The Social Policy Research Centre conducted an evaluation of the Elizabeth Street Common Ground Supportive Housing Project, which aims to provide affordable housing and on-site services to people with a history of chronic homelessness.
This project will explore what is known about the labour and skills requirements of employers within Australia’s six major employing industries for entry level and low to moderate skill level positions.
Families today face insecure labour markets and multiple challenges in accessing early childhood education and care for their children. This project will shed light on what is required in everyday life for families most challenged by these conditions and develop understandings of how to deliver early childhood education and care services accordingly.
This project looks at the costs to the Australian community of the economic exclusion of people with disabilities. It sharpens the evidence base about the need to direct community resources to this area and provide information about the opportunity costs in a broader context.