Millions of children now rely on support from Chinese child welfare nongovernment organisations. The government is reforming NGO policy in response to public demands about service quality, but it lacks relevant research.
The action research project is about how disability support organisations provide culturally responsive supports to enhance the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) experience of Australian Chinese people with disability, their families, and communities in Sydney.
This collaborative research analyses the opportunities of social economy and digital technologies for facilitating social participation of people with disabilities in Australia and China. It examines networked strategies to address issues of social inclusion and exclusion.
The project is building on earlier ARC-funded research and the important research partnership that has been developed with the China Research Centre on Ageing (CRCA) to investigate how the aged are faring in terms of their economic status (as measured by income and access to resources), their soc
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is a worldwide public health problem. The aim of this project is to better understand how the Chinese state and civil society act to prevent, respond and provide support to the victims of CSA. Findings will underpin the development of a more effective system.
Research on social exclusion of vulnerable children is undertaken mainly in OECD countries, in both discourse and policy. The project aimed to apply the concept to young people with disability who have experienced institutional or foster care in China.
Theory on social exclusion of vulnerable children is applied mainly in OECD countries, in both discourse and policy. The project aims to extend the concept by applying it to young people with disability who have experienced institutional or foster care in China.