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Mapping the hidden voices in rural mental health: a pilot study of online community data
This report summarises insights from research undertaken to include the ‘hidden voices’ of people living in rural Australia that experience mental ill-health.
Mapping humanitarian action on Instagram
Humanitarianism is changing with the digital age and with new modes of networked communication and interaction. The research presented in this report offers new insights into the way people engage with humanitarian activities in their local contexts and everyday lives.
Possibility and risk in encounter between people with and without intellectual disability
This article draws on risk literature, encounter literature, and examples from the authors’ previously published studies on encounter and work integrated social enterprises involving people with and without intellectual disability.
Overview of results - Informing investment design: ILC research activity
Between June and November 2021, the Centre for Social Impact (CSI), Swinburne University of Technology, undertook this research project to assist the Department of Social Services (DSS) to build an evidence base for the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Program and inform the future...
Infrastructure for social connection: researching the existing assets for creating social connectedness and identifying interventions
Social connection is a critical outcome of community-based planning and activity given its ability to positively affect health and wellbeing at the individual and community level. This report informs a deeper understanding of key foundations, assets and optimal conditions for social connection within communities from...
Mapping the impact of social enterprise on disadvantaged individuals and communities in Australia’s regional cities
This report aims to explore how social enterprises realise wellbeing. It is aimed at practitioners, and provides useful tools for understanding wellbeing in social enterprise contexts. Results are derived from four case studies of social enterprises in two regional cities in Australia.
Everyday humanitarianism during the 2019/2020 Australian bushfire crisis
The specific purpose of this rapid scoping project is to identify, describe and, where possible, map the location of the humanitarian behaviours enacted by individuals and community groups in response to the bushfire crisis. This focus of this study is on the activities and initiatives...