Brotherhood Comment April 2012

29 April 2012

From social inclusion to inclusive growth, and a worthwhile investment: findings from the national evaluation of HIPPY.

Other articles include:

  • Has economic growth in Australia been pro-poor? Analysing income changes 2001 to 2008
  • Decent sustainable work for all in a global economy
  • Making it happen! Learning and work for women in public housing
  • Growing together or continuing to grow apart? Why inclusive growth needs a new social contract
  • ‘One size does not fit all’ findings from the Youth Employment Project
  • Financial life in a new setting: Afghan, Chin and Karen insights
  • Energy efficiency measures: how are the benefits shared?
  • Online and in touch: how can new technology contribute to increased social inclusion for senior Australians?
  • Strategic Australian Postgraduate Awards

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