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To mark Anti-Poverty Week 2014, the Don Dunstan Foundation spoke to three people working against poverty in the Playford area to gain a better understanding of the issues people in Adelaide's north face with regard to the Commonwealth budget and the looming closure of Holden....
Presents a detailed regional profile of the City of Brimbank, covering a range of health, education and other social and demographic characteristics.
This atlas, prepared by the Public Health Information Development Unit at The University of Adelaide for the Mitchell Institute,...
The primary aim of the Energy Efficiency Program for Low Income Households is to reduce financial hardship faced by low-income households as a result of rising energy costs. The program seeks to achieve its objectives through the delivery of energy efficiency services in collaboration with...
Social impact bond projects are the latest new ‘buy-now, pay later’, off-balance sheet schemes to increase private finance of public services and the welfare state, driven by austerity policies and neoliberal ideology.
They are a complex venture capitalist model applied to...
Anecdotal evidence strongly suggests that internships and other forms of unpaid work experience (UWE) are becoming increasingly common in Australia.
Well-designed work experience programs can clearly play an important role in the transition from education to work, helping to develop valuable work-based skills, enhancing...
Managing Two Worlds Together: Improving the Aboriginal Patient Journey
Health care is delivered in specialised segments, but mostly succeeds or fails as a package. Tracking patients’ experience, or journey, through the system is an effective way to evaluate how and why the package...
This report on Rural and Remote Sites Case Studies is complemented by reports on four others: Renal, Cardiac, Maternity, and City Sites. It is published as part of the Improving Aboriginal Patient Journeys study, Stage 3 of the Managing Two Worlds Together (MTWT) project. This...
South Australia's University of Adelaide is researching the social structure of Eyre Peninsula communities to determine potential impacts from oil and gas exploration in the Great Australian Bight.
It is part of a four-year, $20 million collaborative science program between oil giant BP, the...
For industries to adopt innovations and for research to have an impact, there must be significant shifts in people’s behaviours, their perceptions, and the ways communities engage with research. These activities are the research focus of the humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS) disciplines.
This draws conclusions about the relative costs of infrastructure provision in different locations and reinforces previous studies that have demonstrated the higher costs of infrastructure on the fringe in greenfield locations as opposed to infill.