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New Minimum Income for Healthy Living Budget Standards for Low-Paid and Unemployed Australians

PG Saunders & M Bedford
The project was funded by the Australian Research Council under Linkage Project grant LP120200481, with additional cash and in-kind support provided by Catholic Social Services, Australia; United Voice (National Office); and the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS). A budget standard indicates how much income a particular family living in a particular place at a particular time needs to achieve a particular standard of living. It is derived by specifying every item that is needed...

Evaluation of the Supported Decision Making Phase 2 (SDM2) project: Final report

C Purcal, T Hill, K Johnson & R Kayess
This report presents the findings of an independent evaluation of the Supported Decision Making Phase 2 (SDM2) project. It was an 18-month pilot program funded by the NSW Government Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) and undertaken by the NSW Public Guardian (PG). The SDM2 project was based on recommendations from an earlier SDM pilot project in NSW, run by FACS with PG and the NSW Trustee & Guardian (NSWTG) as partners. The SDM2...

Australian Charities Involved Overseas 2014

N Cortis, I Lee, R Reeve & R Simnett
This report provides aggregate level information about the characteristics, activities and resources of Australian charities which had some involvement overseas in 2014. Most information has been drawn from the 2014 Annual Information Statements (AIS) collected by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). The report provides information for three nested groups of charities with international involvement and compares these to the wider charity sector. The three groups are: - Charities with some international involvement; -...

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Queensland 2017

E Lee, Mao, T Lea, G Williams, M Scott, J Heywood, S O'Connor, G Prestage, I Zablotska, J De Wit & M Holt
The Queensland Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited at a range of gay community sites around Queensland and online. From its start in 1997, the project has been funded by the Queensland Department of Health. 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....

Victorian Drug Trends 2016: Findings from the Illicit Drug Reporting System (IDRS)

Campbell Aitken, Belinda Lloyd & Paul Dietze
Australian Drug Trends Series No. 166

Urban space interventions, appropriation and the creation of differential space: an analysis of Berlin

Tinalee Gallico
This thesis considers the implications of do-­it-­yourself spatial practices for progressive urban and social futures. Emergent methods of space creation and adaptation by the users of space are viewed as an alternative means by which individuals and groups can become an agent of urban change. They provide a self-­construed way to shape space as opposed to acting with or against current normative processes of urban development. Henri Lefebvres concepts of appropriation and differential space are...

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Melbourne 2019

T Broady, L Mao, B Bavinton, T McKenzie, C Batrouney, C Burnett, M West, G Prestage & M Holt

A cognitive approach to improving young novice drivers' risk management

Prasannah Prabhakharan
Every day, just over 1,000 young people under the age of 25 years lose their lives as a result of road crashes around the world. One theme that has gained significant attention to address this young novice driver problem is that its resolution does not lie solely in developing the physical skill of driving but through the development of the cognitive skills necessary to drive. As such, the present research aimed to investigate the utility...

The Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, Migrant Grandparents and Transnational Family Life

M Hamilton, A Kintominas & D Brennan
In Australia, reliance on grandparents for childcare is widespread. But with more than 1 in 4 Australian residents born overseas, grandparent care is not always readily available. Policy shifts have seen a tightening of visa pathways available for migrant grandparents. Permanent parent visas now involve a wait-time of 30+ years, unless a grandparent (or their sponsor) can afford a very expensive contributory parent visa. This has constrained many migrants’ means of maintaining intergenerational relationships in...

Gay and bisexual men and hepatitis C: research summary

M Hopwood, T Lea & P Aggleton

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Sydney 2019

T Broady, C Power, L Mao, B Bavinton, C Chan, C Bambridge, B Mackie, N Fraser, G Prestage & M Holt

Improved techniques to estimate mean sea level, velocity and acceleration from long ocean water level time series to augment sea level (and climate change) research

Phillip Watson
The prominence of the climate change issue has placed more emphasis on examination of the extensive global repository of mean sea level records, which along with temperature and carbon dioxide, remain the key proxy data sets used to monitor and quantify changes in the global climate system. Over the past decade, the scientific literature is replete with conflicting conclusions regarding the detection (or otherwise) of a measurable acceleration in mean sea level attributable to climate...

Attitudes to biomedical HIV prevention among Australian gay and bisexual men: Key findings from the PrEPARE Project 2019

J MacGibbon, T Lea, J Ellard, D Murphy, B Bear, J Kolstee, D Crawford, C Power, J de Wit & M Holt

An empirical assessment of the TALK TEST ENJOY sexual health promotion campaign conducted among young people aged 18-29 years as part of the Trending Sexual Health initiative.

PCG Adam, JBF de Wit, TA Montoya, I Ketsuwan, DS Hamilton & R Hardy
Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are prevalent among young people in Australia and the strengthening of sexual health promotion targeting young people is a national public health priority. As part of these efforts, the FRANK – TALK TEST ENJOY (TTE) campaign was conducted in 2018 to promote talking about STIs, using condoms and testing for STIs among young people aged 18-29 years old. An evaluation study was conducted among 744 young people to assess the level...

Estimating the coverage of the FRANK sexual health promotion initiative and its contribution to strengthening sexual health-related attitudes and behaviours among respondents of the 2018 Warming Up survey.

PCG Adam, JBF de Wit, TA Montana, I Ketsuwan, DS Hamilton & R Hardy
A sexual health promotion initiative called Frank was conducted in 2018 to promote a range of sexual health-related behaviours among young people aged 18-29 years in Australia. A survey was conducted among 1, 147 participants to estimate the level of awareness of the Frank initiative and assess its potential impact on attitudes, intentions and behaviours of young people in Australia. Of the participants, 8.4% reported having heard of the Frank website, including 4.0% who had...

Towards an online periodic survey of sexual health among young people in Australia

PC Adam, JBF de Wit, C Treloar, B Shepherd, T Duck, P Byron, C Bourne, C Murray, D Welsby & J Holden

‘Sunshine on a rainy day’: Crystal methamphetamine use among gay and bisexual men in Perth

M Hopwood, K Drysdale & C Treloar

OCHRE Local Decision Making Accords: Illawarra Wingecarribee Alliance Aboriginal Corporation

C Smyth & I Katz

OCHRE Stage 1 Evaluation: Gumbaynggirr Nest Summary Report

I Katz, J Idle, S Bates, W Jopson & M Barnes

OCHRE Stage 1 Evaluation: Gumbaynggirr Nest Report

I Katz, J Idle, S Bates, W Jopson & M Barnes

OCHRE Stage 1 Evaluation: Tamworth Opportunity Hub Report

I Katz, J Idle, S Bates, W Jopson & M Barnes

OCHRE Stage 1 Evaluation: Tamworth Opportunity Hub Summary Report

I Katz, S Bates, J Idle, W Jopson & M Barnes

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