Towards new indicators of disadvantage: deprivation and social exclusion

24 October 2007

By Peter Saunders, Yuvisthi Naidoo and Megan Griffiths (SPRC); with Peter Davidson, Anne Hampshire, Janet Taylor, John Bellamy and Sue King, 2007

This is the final report from stage 2 of a major project assisted by an Australian Research Council Linkage grant, and led by Professor Peter Saunders from the Social Policy Research Centre of the University of New South Wales, with Janet Taylor (Brotherhood of St Laurence) and Peter Davidson (ACOSS) as partner investigators.

Mission Australia and Anglicare NSW are other industry partners.

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