Colac

Report

3 Apr 2016
209

Governments have spent unprecedented sums on transport infrastructure in the last decade. But mostly, they have not spent it wisely.

Some of the additional spending can be attributed to unusual events such as the mining boom, the Global Financial Crisis and the Queensland floods....

Report

1 Aug 2014
842

This paper examines the extent of an independent Australian foreign policy prior to World War I, why Britain’s declaration of war was considered to automatically include Australia, and the role of the parliament in committing Australia to war.

Introduction

On 31 July...

Report

12 Apr 2007
64

Balancing work and family responsibilities is an increasingly significant concern not only for individual employees, their families and the broader community, but also for government and local communities.

However little attention has been paid to the different ways in which constraints and opportunities for...

Report

24 Aug 2005
51

Settling refugees in country towns is not the answer to dwindling regional populations unless support services are improved, according to Janet Taylor and Dayane Stanovic. In this report they look at the settlement experiences of two recent refugee groups (Iraqi and Sudanese) in the Victorian...

Report

18 Jul 2005
92

The debate about the regional settlement of refugees takes place within a number of important and at times conflicting policy arenas: humanitarian goals and obligations, population strategy and economic development of regional areas. In a paper for the Australian Social Policy Conference 2005, Janet Taylor...

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