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This paper focuses on the outsourcing of public services to private organisations and the mechanisms that government puts in place to control these organisations.
This paper examines the outsourcing of employment services in Australia in 1998 to non government entities and...
Employees who telework one to three days per week – so-called ‘hybrid teleworkers’ - are more productive than workers who do little or no telework, according to a new study jointly undertaken between the Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES) and AUT University's Work...
Consorting laws have piqued the attention of Australian legislatures. In the last year alone, two states have re-enacted these offences, which criminalise repeated association with criminals. Such measures, though, have a pedigree stretching over seven centuries. This article offers an historical analysis...
Since Europeans first settled in the region, Australian policy-makers have understood that Australia has security, commercial and humanitarian interests in the Pacific islands. Despite this stable set of interests, Australian engagement has fluctuated greatly; its underlying approach has changed regularly while Australian governments have found...
Throughout the world, large numbers of older persons face challenges such as discrimination, poverty and abuse that severely restrict their human rights and their contribution to society.
The world has not been quick to respond: a lack of political will and the prioritisation of...