This project builds on two previous studies conducted for Legal Aid NSW that have set out the conceptual advantages of adopting an exclusion approach to identifying social disadvantage, with empirical illustrations that draw on recent SPRC research on the topic.
This research is an extension of work undertaken with Legal Aid NSW reviewing the ‘at special disadvantage’ test with the aim of developing a test which is more responsive to the needs of those at most disadvantage.
This project developed a workforce indicators framework to inform workforce planning and development in Ageing, Disability and Home Care in NSW, and assist with monitoring workforce change through a period of sectoral expansion and policy change.
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.