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This paper considers the policy environment which has surrounded federal government sports funding decisions since federation, concentrating on the period from the 1970s from which time the federal government has become increasingly involved in funding sport at the elite and participation or grassroots levels....
This audit assessed the effectiveness of selected government agencies’ administration in developing advertising campaigns and implementing key processes, and the ongoing administration of the campaign advertising framework.
Audit objectives, criteria and scope
The audit objectives were to:assess the effectiveness of...
This snapshot examines the nearly 30 review and reform initiatives taking place in jurisdictions across Australasia between February and March 2013, continuing a period of change and reform in local government which dates back at least two decades.
The research report, Review of Current...
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the globally-recognised reference body for climate-related research, describes warming of the climate system as ‘unequivocal’. The changing climate is likely to result in the occurrence of more frequent and intense extreme weather events. This demands...
Reviewing the 160‐year history of Australian mineral development indicates that local and international factors have all been influential in constraining or sustaining mining, including economics, geology and social forces. Research undertaken through the Mineral Futures Collaboration Cluster indicates that, in future, environmental and social factors...
New research published by ACELG explores how local governments can foster a culture of learning in their communities to achieve positive long term outcomes.
The report Learning as a Driver for Change explores how learning partnerships between councils, their communities and learning organisations can...