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Education, Training and Employment for Prisoners with Cognitive Disabilities: A Case Study

LM Dowse, S Rowe, J McGillivray & D Newton
This report, compiled as part of the ‘A Future Beyond the Wall’ ARC Linkage Project, presents findings from research conducted in 2016 on the specialist education, training and employment programs provided at the Additional Support Units (ASUs), which are administered by Corrective Services New South Wales. It describes the organisational and operational context of the ASUs and identifies key principles and challenges associated with the ASUs practice model.

Working in new disability markets: A survey of Australia's disability workforce

N Cortis & G Van Toorn
This report provides information about the workforce delivering disability services and supports in the context of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in early 2020. The information comes from a national survey of disability workers (n=2341) which was designed to capture information from disability workers about the nature of their work and how it is changing, their experiences of working to support people with disability, and perceptions of the NDIS. The results provide comprehensive, contemporary...

Rural landholder engagement under the NSW Land Management (Native Vegetation) Code 2018: Social aspects and impact: One year on

S Bates, T Broady & L Mao

Drug driving laws in Australia: What are they and why do they matter?

V Moxham-Hall & C Hughes

Tapentadol use and harms in Australia: Analysis of opioid sales data and sentinel survey data from people who inject drugs

A Chrzanowska, N Gisev, O Price, R Sutherland, S Memedovic, L Degenhardt, M Farrell & A Peacock

Evaluation of Settlement Grants - Final report

CA Smyth, S Gendera, G Giuntoli, T Hill, I Katz & D Asante

Uniting by cause to impact at scale: A shared outcomes measurement blueprint for Australia

K Muir, S Bennett, R Reeve, A Powell & A Young

Trends in HIV and HIV prevention indicators in gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in NSW, 2015-2019: implications for new interventions and for monitoring and evaluation in a new NSW HIV strategy

A Grulich, S Nigro, C Chan, P Patel, B Bavinton, M Holt, G Prestage, D Callander, C Murray, C Power, A Pinto, L Mao, T Broady & P Keen

Evaluation of a Blockchain Based Nuclear Materials Accounting Platform in Australia

E Yu, E Obbard & L Le
Symposium on International Safeguards: Building Future Safeguards Capabilities; Vienna, Austria; Start: 2019-11-05; End: 2019-11-09

Process Evaluation of the NSW Involuntary Drug and Alcohol Treatment (IDAT) Program

T Vuong, A Ritter & M Shanahan

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the non-government alcohol and other drug sector: future implications

K Van De Ven, A Ritter & R Stirling

Annual Report of Trends in Behaviour 2018: Viral Hepatitis in Australia

J Bryant, J Rance, L Lafferty & C Treloar

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Adelaide 2020

T Broady, C Chan, B Bavinton, L Mao, D Jeffries, S Bartlett, C Batrouney, H Skene, G Prestage & M Holt

Evaluation of SA Home Detention Research Report 1 (baseline analysis)

J Cale, F Hilferty, L Lafferty, F Zmudzki & K valentine
In December 2016, the South Australian Department for Correctional Services (DCS) commissioned a team of researchers from the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC) and the School of Social Sciences (SoSS) at UNSW Sydney (the University of New South Wales) to undertake an evaluation of Home Detention (HD) in South Australia (SA). The evaluation aims to examine the impact that recent legislative and program changes have had on: • Offender return to custody rates; • Forecast...

Monograph No. 26: Reducing stigma and discrimination for people experiencing problematic alcohol and other drug use

K Lancaster, K Seear & A Ritter

Background report on young people’s economic engagement

A Powell, F Salignac, A Meltzer, K Muir & M Weier

2018 Sydney Gay Asian Men Survey

L Mao, T Wong, T Chen, M Sparks, T Wark, SH Kao, S Wong, B Dailey, M Azizul Haque, N Gonzalez, P Prihaswan, G Stackpool, M Brooks, J Dabbhadatta, E Aung, D Lewis & D Halliday
The 2018 Sydney Gay Asian Men Survey was a part of a national research project designed to provide a comprehensive assessment of key HIV- and STI-related practices and health needs amongst gay and other men who have sex with men of Asian background in Australia. It was led and sponsored by the Sydney-based Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Gay Men Action Group—a partnership between ACON, the Multicultural HIV and Hepatitis Service, South Eastern Sydney LHD,...

Evaluation of Housing & Accommodation Support Initiative Plus (HASI Plus) – Literature Review

H Blunden

Understanding barriers to STI testing among young people: results from the online survey ‘Getting Down to it'

PCG Adam, JBF de Wit, J Herman, L Story, B Edwards, C Murray & C Bourne

Establishing a Child Development Fund in Australia: A review of international models

H Blunden & I Katz

Financial security and the influence of economic resources

M Weier, A Marjolin, A Powell & K Muir

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Tasmania 2018

T Broady, L Mao, E Lee, B Bavinton, F Howes, C Brown, L Owen, G Prestage & M Holt
The Tasmania Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited online throughout Tasmania. The major aim of the survey is to provide data on sexual, drug use and testing practices related to the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmissible infections (STIs) among gay men. The most recent survey, the third to be conducted in Tasmania, was conducted in November 2018.

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