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This essay addresses the impacts of electronic tenancy databases upon social relations in the field of private rental tenancy in Australia.
This report sheds light on what existing strategies and programs have been adopted by 17 national sporting organisations, federal and state governments, various non-government sporting agencies and human rights institutions to combat racism within sport. The report also looks at what steps have been taken...
This report highlights the gaps in generalist youth support services in Victoria and the impacts of these gaps on both young people and existing youth and community service providers. The report includes a number of specific recommendations which are aimed at improving the life chances...
In his speech for the Ninth Annual Hawke Lecutre, Greg Combet asks How can we, as Australians, create a democratic consensus around the issues which are important to our present and to our future? Although Australians differ amongst themselves over many issues, our national identity...
his positioning paper explores the implications of loss of a partner for private renters aged 50 years and over. It focuses on renters rather than owners as the housing circumstances of renters are considered more susceptible to financial stress and uncertainty.
This paper reports on a face-to-face survey conducted with 337 small businesses in two communities in Sydney. Chinese businesses were at greater risk of shoplifting and Vietnamese businesses were at greater risk of burglary and vandalism compared with English speaking businesses, while English speaking businesses...
Australia and China negotiated a treaty on mutual assistance in criminal matters in 2006.
Vic Adams considers the treaty and its possible implications in the light of China’s record on the death penalty. The treaty lacks safeguards to ensure Australia is not...
Stronger Together is the NSW Government's 10-year plan to provide greater assistance and long-term practical solutions for people with a disability and their families.
This research report examines the strategies used by Western Australian families with young children for dealing with the transitions in the family as a consequence of choosing a fly-in fly-out lifestyle.
In this lecture Director, Shaista Shameem, Fiji Human Rights Commission argues that there is an apparent disjunction between western and Pacific notions of law and order, which include human rights. "Human rights are regarded suspiciously as that which undermine the established order – an order...