Journal article

‘There’s a wall there—and that wall is higher from our side’: drawing on qualitative interviews to improve Indigenous Australians’ experiences of dental health services

The aim of this study is to obtain a greater understanding of people’s perceptions, experiences of oral health, and the barriers and enablers that prevent Indigenous Australians from seeking timely and preventive dental care, using qualitative methodology.
Evaluation

Unleashing the power of the collective in education

The SVA Bright Spots Schools Connection is a Collaborative Leadership Development Network (CLDN) launched in 2014 by Social Ventures Australia. A review of international literature, presented in this report, shows that in recent decades, collaboration has become a priority in schooling and education reform across...
Discussion paper

People and neighbourhoods: policy discussion paper

This discussion paper outlines and explores the proposed new Planning and Design Code policy framework that will best support the future development of the homes and neighbourhoods where South Australians will choose to live, work and play.
Report

Ombudsman's own initiative investigation in relation to issues surrounding the death in custody of Mr Wayne Fella Morrison

The Ombudsman conducted an ‘own initiative’ investigation of the Department for Correctional Services’ handling of various issues before and after the 2016 death of an Aboriginal prisoner, Mr Morrison.
Report

Institutional racism: audit of South Australia’s Local Health Networks

The consequences of institutional racism can have a serious effect and has been widely recognised as needing to be addressed. This report summarises the outcome of the Health Performance Council’s work in this area in South Australia.
Report

Institutional racism matrix audit of South Australia's ten Local Health Networks

The purpose of the report is to assess the levels of institutional racism that Aboriginal people are subject to in South Australia’s local health networks (LHN).
Journal article

Working together in Aboriginal health: a framework to guide health professional practice

This paper presents a framework to guide health professional practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.

South Australia praised for supporting the homeless during coronavirus pandemic but long-term solution

Nearly 400 people have been housed across Adelaide since the pandemic beganInitiative: Hotel/Motel Program

Public housing maintenance stimulus to boost jobs, economy

Renovations and home upgrades for more than 1400 public housing properties across SA will continue to be fast-tracked over the next few months as part of the Marshall Liberal Government's $1 billion economic stimulus package.Initiative: Renovations and home upgrades for more than 1400 public housing...

No social housing rent increases due to coronavirus stimulus

If you're soon to receive additional income support payments through the coronavirus stimulus, you will not have to pay more rent.Initiative: No social housing rent increases due to coronavirus stimulus