Harnessing academic, advocacy, policy and industry partnerships to improve outcomes for people with disability
Across the world, people with disability were left behind in COVID-19 reflecting the lack of pandemic planning and existing problems in health care for people with disability.
This paper presents a digital system for controlling and assessing partnering relations during the carrying out of construction projects, called “B-rel”. The study shows that developing partnering relations in construction projects has the greatest carryover to benefits concerning their time and cost.
Developing and implementing an approach to regional innovation and development in Gippsland, Victoria (2018-2020)
The rationale for this project was to explore a novel approach to regional development in Australia, based on an approach developed by the European Union.
This paper is designed to aid cities, as well as utilities, in exploring the opportunity to develop a partnership agreement and, if pursued, consider key factors relevant to successfully enable long-lasting and productive engagements.
What will motivate corporate Australia to step up to systems change in its cross-sector partnerships? Five questions provide a road map.
A joint research project of the Australia Council for the Arts and the Australia Business Arts Foundation (AbaF) this report provides a 2010 update on arts partnerships and the corporate processes behind arts-business relationships.