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Technical report

Parenting today in Victoria: technical report

This report sets out the background, methodology and findings from the 2016 administration of the Parenting Today in Victoria survey involving 2600 parents of children aged zero through 18 years, residing in the state of Victoria.

Inquiry into education, training and communications initiatives of Victorian oversight agencies

This report examines the education, training and communications initiatives undertaken by the three agencies the committee oversees: the newly created Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner, the Victorian Ombudsman and the Victorian Inspectorate.

Victorian Cladding Taskforce: interim report

This investigation has found combustible cladding is widely used on buildings throughout Victoria. This report sets out interim recommendations to ensure Victorians are safe in their homes, their property is protected and buildings comply with the law.

Victoria's social enterprise strategy

The Victorian Government's Social Enterprise Strategy, the first-of-its-kind in Australia, has been developed to improve and expand on existing support for the sector and to position Victoria to lead the country in driving employment participation and inclusive economic growth through social enterprise. Social enterprises already...

Perceptions of corruption: survey of Victoria Police employees

This research reveals that almost half of Victoria Police employees who responded to a survey say they fear that reporting internal corruption will result in personal repercussions, with 18% fearing losing their job if they report police corruption.
Journal article

New ways of seeing regional issues: using information to move beyond stereotypes

This article examines a number of regional issues using information from a range of fields of research and using broad timeframes.

Earthquake in Northcote: where next?

A shock by-election in Victoria has boosted optimism among Greens. But does electoral geography support their wider hopes?

The social cost of gambling to Victoria

It is well recognised that gambling can result in diverse negative consequences for many gamblers, as well as those around them and the broader community. This study aimed only to assess the costs associated with gambling.

Corruption risks associated with the corrections sector

This report analyses the major corruption issues associated with the corrections sector, drawing on research and case studies in Victoria, and from across Australia and internationally.

Community interest and engagement with science and technology in Victoria

The Victorian Government Department of State Development, Business and Innovation has been tracking community attitudes and engagement with science and technology since its benchmarking survey in 2007, Community Interest and Engagement with Science and Technology in Victoria Research Report. An interactive data tool is available...