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By John van Kooy and Agathe Randrianarisoa 2017
What is needed to overcome the disadvantage faced by asylum seekers when competing in the labour market?
By Damian Sullivan with others 2016
Installing an efficient hot water system might reduce energy usage costs and greenhouse gas emissions, but may be too expensive or too daunting for low-income households.
ACOSS, Brotherhood of St Laurence and The Climate Institute 2017
Action is needed to provide all Australians with access to affordable, reliable and clean energy – dubbed the ‘energy trilemma’.
By Simon Biggs and Ashley Carr 2017
A new study explores organisational responses to regulation in dementia care, in terms of their strategies, management levels and facility design.
By Aaron Hart, Joseph Borlagdan and Shelley Mallett, 2017
This study examined stage 1 of a pilot program to help prepare young people in out-of-home care to navigate the transitions to an independent young adulthood.
By George Myconos and Angela McKenna, 2017
School retention and attainment rates in regional and rural Australia tend to be lower than in metropolitan areas. Our small study in Colac Otway Shire in western Victoria aimed to explore local assumptions that poorer educational outcomes are related to the ways that communities value or undervalue education.
By Seuwandi Wickramasinghe and Helen Kimberley, 2016
This pilot research project used network mapping to gain understanding of the utility and value of social capital, in the form of networks and links, to community aged care service provision.
By Simon Biggs and Ashley Carr, 2016
Aged and dementia care services are required to conform to multiple regulatory frameworks. Mapping these reveals regulatory clusters.
Aged and dementia care services are required to conform to multiple regulatory frameworks. How do these regulations enhance or constrain services?
By George Myconos. Kira Clarke and Kitty te Riele 2016
How do private providers respond to the challenge of delivering training to a particular cohort of learners, 15 to 19-year-olds who have left school early?
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Acknowledgement of country
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.