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This report presents the final findings of the evaluation into the trial of a Cashless Debit Card (CDC) for income support payments (ISPs) in two remote communities.
This research draws on the experience of collective giving groups located across Australia and includes perspectives of organisations that host giving groups as well as charities which received grants from the giving groups.
The Australian Government is undertaking a Cashless Debit Card Trial (CDCT) to deliver and manage income support payments (ISPs), with the aim of reducing levels of community harm related to alcohol consumption, drug use and gambling.
In the CDCT, a proportion of an individual’s...
With support from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C), and developed in close consultation with local community leaders, local and state government agencies and other Australian Government agencies, the Department of Social Services (DSS) is conducting a 12-month trial of a Cashless...
Aims to understand more about the prevalence of different types of family environments in society and to explore the influence of these environments on different child outcomes.
Families are the mainstay of safety and support for children. While most children live...
This is the final action plan in a series of four about a national child protection framework.
This policy statement outlines the agreed commitments to provide a national consumer protection framework for interactive wagering in Australia, between the Commonwealth of Australia and state and territory governments.
There is strong community support for the cessation of extreme violence against women. A significant barrier to achieving this change is low recognition of the heart of the issue and where it begins. There is a clear link between violence towards women, and attitudes of...
The Third Action Plan is part of a long term commitment by governments to work together to change Australia’s attitudes to, and tolerance for violence against women and their children.