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Summary WEstjustice Sunshine Youth Office client data and anecdotal reports show significant problems with public transport fares and fines for young people aged 14 to 17 years travelling to and from school.
The right to education for every young person is...
Busking has been a feature of public spaces and cityscapes for centuries. For much of the 19th and 20th centuries, street performance occupied an ambiguous status in many cities: highly visible, but vulnerable to the harsh enforcement of public order offences and...
Assesses the Archdiocese of Melbourne’s process for responding to those who have been sexually abused by priests, religious and lay persons within the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
The report of Case Study 16 follows a public hearing into the Melbourne Response held...
Argues that racial discrimination by Victoria Police continues throughout Metropolitan Melbourne despite recent efforts to curb racial profiling.
Racialised policing has again made international headlines after recent multiple murders of young black men in the United States. This has led to...
This study finds that HIV testing by gay and bisexual men in Melbourne continues to increase.
The Melbourne Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited at a range of gay community sites...
This publication presents key trends in the City of Melbourne's retail and hospitality sectors, and outlines a strategy intended to support these sectors.
The Melbourne Retail and Hospitality Strategy 2013-2017 is a joint initiative of the City of Melbourne and...
Executive summary: This report analyses processes of social change affecting two multicultural suburbs in Melbourne’s north, Coburg and Fawkner, focusing on factors that impact on community cohesion. The Moreland Council (2006, 2011) has identified that national trends of rising housing costs and spikes in unemployment...
This report documents the scale of the Melbourne’s recent inner-city high rise apartment boom and the scale of its likely further expansion.
It shows that it is an investor led boom, which is disconnected from any underlying increased preference for apartment living. It is...
Recently released as open access, this 2012 article examines gentrification processes in the context of a policy-induced housing crisis. It describes the effects of the crisis on Melbourne's inner western suburbs and documents the consequences for low-income residents.
Sufficient access to needles, syringes and opioid replacement therapies (ORTs) across the western suburbs of Melbourne is an important health issue for the people who require these services, the organisations that support their health and welfare and the communities they live in.