Relative income poverty
This fact sheet outlines the ways in which Australian young people with disability (aged 15 to 24 years) experience disadvantage in many areas of their lives.
The purpose of this report is to capture the dynamic state of poverty in Australia, using data from three waves of the Australian Census (2006, 2011, and 2016).
This Child Poverty Monitor is the seventh consecutive annual report on implications of child poverty in New Zealand, and updates the progress made toward a society where every child can flourish and achieve their potential.
Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT (APO NT) submission to the Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee Social Security (Administration) Amendment (Income Management to Cashless Debit Card Transition) Bill 2019
Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory's (APO NT) submission regarding the effectiveness of the Cashless Debit Card (CDC).
A fair go? Measuring Australia's progress in reducing disadvantage for people with disabilities, 2001-2016
The aim of this report is to build on this work by examining trends in the extent of disadvantage and inequality experienced by working age adults with disability in Australia between 2001 and 2016.
This report examines the adequacy of the Age Pension both qualitatively, through focus groups and town meetings, and quantitatively, through analysis of social survey data. Methodology included quantitative analysis provided by the HILDA (Household Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia) survey which included 9,000 households...