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This study contributes to understanding of why people move. Commissioner Alison McClelland said: "For individuals, life events and family circumstances appear to be the most important factors in decisions whether to relocate for work. Factors related to housing, employment, local infrastructure and a person's level...
The Productivity Commission has been asked to undertake a 12-month inquiry into the competitiveness and efficiency of Australia's superannuation system. This paper was released to assist participants in preparing a submission.
The education outcomes of Indigenous Australians have been a focus of policy attention for many years, but there has been no sustained improvement in Indigenous primary school students’ literacy and numeracy achievement. This suggests that current policies are not working, and that...
This issues paper is intended to assist people preparing a submission to the Productivity Commission's new inquiry examining the current costs of accessing justice services and securing legal representation, and the impact of these costs on access to, and quality of justice.
There is a need for wide-ranging reforms and a reduction in compliance costs faced by the not-for-profit sector, according to this draft research report.
The Commission's proposed reforms would bring together the multiplicity of governance, taxation, and fundraising regulatory requirements to create a...
This Report has been prepared at the request of the Council of Australian Governments. Its key task is to provide indicators of Indigenous disadvantage 'that are of relevance to all governments and Indigenous stakeholders, and that can demonstrate the impact of programme and policy interventions'....
Includes population growth, fertility and mortality, overseas migration, geography of population growth, future population growth etc.
This review considers what works to support carers of older people with dementia to prevent or delay entry into residential aged care. It adopts a rigorous and systematic approach to identify and appraise the evidence, aiming to inform dementia policy.
The key message of this draft report is that the current veterans’ compensation and rehabilitation system is not ‘fit-for-purpose’ – it requires fundamental reform. The system is out-of-date and is not working in the interest of veterans and their families or the Australian community.
This chapter reports on the performance of governments in providing child protection, out-of-home care, family support services and intensive family support services.