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'I have a future now': evaluation of the Career Readiness for Young Parents Project

Mariana Atkins, Duc Dau & Alina Evans

The funding of Western Australian homelessness services

Paul Flatau, Leanne Lester, Zoe Callis &

Intersectional complexities of coercive control

Anwyn Hocking
Through investigating the existing data and literature around those groups disproportionately represented as victim-survivors of coercive control and those who experience specific controlling behaviours, this paper explores the intersectional complexities of coercive control experiences and the potential barriers to seeking support in Australia.

Climate justice in practice: addressing social inequity and climate resilience through place-based capacity building with community service organisations and local governments

Susie Moloney, Kevin M. Dunn, &
This paper outlines a place-based approach to enabling climate adaptation and resilience across community service organisations (CSOs) and local governments in Melbourne particularly in areas experiencing socio-ecological disadvantage.

Australia’s social venture ecosystem: understanding the support and development landscape

Libby Ward-Christie, Amber Earles & Michael Moran
This research report focuses on Australia’s social venture ecosystem – the entrepreneurial ecosystem that grows and sustains social ventures across Australia.

City of Greater Bendigo data co-op: a place-based data collaboration focused on community resilience

Jane Farmer, Amir Aryani, Julie Tucker &

Mapping the digital gap - background paper: project objectives, context and methods

Daniel Featherstone, Julian Thomas & Indigo Holcombe-James

Mapping the digital gap: Wujal Wujal, Queensland community outcomes report 2022

Daniel Featherstone, Indigo Holcombe-James & Lyndon Ormond-Parker
Based on 41 surveys and 21 interviews with residents and stakeholders, this report outlines the findings from our initial visit and highlights the current access and use of media, communications and online services and the digital inclusion challenges in Wujal Wujal and surrounding communities.

High net wealth giving in Australia: a review of the evidence

Paul Flatau, Leanne Lester, Jeremiah Brown &
This report examines trends in high net wealth (HNW) and ultra high net wealth (UHNW) in Australia, the philanthropic giving of these individuals and their potential to have a greater positive social impact.

Integrating shared care teams into cancer follow-up care models

Fiona Crawford-Williams & Rebecca Haddock
This paper highlights the gaps in knowledge relating to the implementation of shared care cancer follow-up models in Australia. It focuses on some of the key considerations for implementing shared care, including the need to collect primary care data and link this to patient health outcomes data.

Pre-election pulse check: an analysis of Victorian state government leadership

Sam Wilson, Vladimir Demsar & Melissa Wheeler

The benefits and challenges of Australian government investment in infrastructure in outer suburban growth areas: final report

Annette Kroen, Jago Dodson & Andrew Butt

Towards a thriving healthcare workforce

Kate Huggins, Anna Peeters, Sara Holton &
Healthcare workers are the cornerstone of health service delivery and quality of patient care. This brief identifies and discusses four areas where policy action should be taken to protect healthcare worker safety and wellbeing now and into the future.

Islamophobia in the digital age: a study of anti-Muslim tweets

Umar Butler
Relying on intensive community consultation, as well as independent research, this report provides a series of recommendations for Twitter and policy-makers, aimed at ensuring that users are adequately protected against anti-Muslim content on social media.

Two decades of representation in the Victorian Parliament

Caleb Triscari
This paper provides a social and demographic breakdown of Members of the Victorian Parliament for the five most recent parliaments (2002-2018) with respect to age, gender, education level, region of birth and occupation before entering Parliament.

Mapping the digital gap: Yuelamu, Northern Territory community outcomes report 2022

Daniel Featherstone, Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Indigo Holcombe-James &
Based on 37 surveys and 12 stakeholder interviews, this report outlines the initial findings from the researchers' initial 2022 visit, and highlights the current access and use of media, telecommunications and online services, as well as the digital inclusion and service delivery challenges in Yuelamu and across the Central Desert region.

Ending homelessness in Australia: an evidence and policy deep dive

Paul Flatau, Leanne Lester, Ami Seivwright &
This report contributes to the research and evidence base for ending homelessness using an ending homelessness model built around addressing drivers of homelessness, meeting the direct needs of those experiencing homelessness, increasing the supply of social and affordable housing and supporting the enabling environment.

'An oasis of integration in our country': evaluation of the Multicultural Enterprise Development Project

Mariana Atkins, Duc Dau & Alina Evans

Australian search experience project: background paper

Axel Bruns
This background paper outlines the motivations and context for a study that takes a citizen science approach to investigating the recommendations made by leading search engines for a wide range of search topics.

Veggies in verges: a policy inventory for footpath food gardens across Greater Sydney

Kristina Ulm & Maria Jose Zegarra Ayllon
This case study examines attitudes of councils towards verge gardening in Greater Sydney. The research questions include: What are council attitudes towards edible plants in verge gardening? Are the policy approaches cautious and risk averse or explicitly aiming to reduce barriers?

Shared or brokered care: a paradigm shift for clinical governance frameworks

Sandy Thomson
Clinical governance is an essential component of a health service’s broader organisational governance system and ensures that there is a clear understanding of accountabilities for care outcomes. This paper identifies that care for individual consumers is being increasingly shared amongst multiple providers.

Hospital treated self-harm: improved care through improved data

Katie McGill & Rebecca Haddock
The authors of this paper argue that ensuring patients have a positive treatment experience and are connected, the first time they present to hospital, with the supports they need to stay well, across community, outpatient and private health and psychosocial services, is essential to effectively managing self-harm and

Place identity and economic significance of urban forms of ethnic precincts in Melbourne, Australia

Ha Minh Hai Thai
This paper examines place identity of neighbourhoods characterised by a large number of Vietnamese and their ethnic businesses in metropolitan Melbourne, Australia. The paper responds to urgent demands for knowledge, tools and strategies to better design and manage Australian cities, neighbourhoods, and public spaces for an increasingly diverse multicultural society.

Detour from the Great Ocean Road: spreading visitor load in the region

Andrew Haig
This paper argues that overtourism is posing a threat to the Great Ocean Road and the surrounding environment, impacting the region’s ecosystems, infrastructure, culture and the livelihoods of local communities.

Australian Ad Observatory: background paper

Jean Burgess, Mark Andrejevic, Daniel Angus &
This paper is designed to provide background information on the aims and methods of the Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) Australian Ad Observatory research project.

Registration Year

  • 2022

Resource Types

  • Text


  • Swinburne University of Technology