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Coalition ‘Problem Gambling’ Policy: Putting the Fox in Charge of the Henhouse?

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 27th August 2013 -  The Coalition policy (on gambling) is highly risk averse. It poses no threat to the gambling industry and proposes no effective reforms says Dr.Charles Livingstone a Senior Lecturer

Income Management Policy ‘Ineffective’ – Report

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 31st July 2013 -  Income Management policies imposed on local communities are not likely to provide an effective solution to complex social disadvantage, according to a Monash University Report.…

Support for Parents of Special Needs Children

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 21st May 2013 -  Parents and carers of children who have special needs are being urged to have their say as part of a Monash University project aimed at reducing emotional and behavioural problems…

Monash Sustainability Development

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 20th February 2013 -  Melbourne’s Monash university has been named as one of two education institutions to become ‘sustainable development hubs’ by the United Nations. The University…

MBA Students Find Business Solutions for NFPs

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 6th February 2013 -  Business students from Monash University are using their study time to help solve business and management challenges faced by community and non-government organisations (NGOs).…

Reform Needed to Protect Public Housing Tenants

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 18th September 2012 -  The lack of protection of people living in public housing from forced eviction under Australian law, will be the focus of an upcoming lecture by Justice Kevin Bell of the Victorian…

More Age Appropriate Accommodation Needed -Report

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 10th July 2012 -  Not for Profit research funded by the Victorian Government says that without continued investment, a new group of young people with high support needs will again be entering inappropriate…

Obesity Affects Job Prospects for Women

Staff Reporter, Monday, 21st May 2012 -  Obese women are more likely to be discriminated against when applying for jobs and receive lower starting salaries than their non-overweight colleagues, a new study has found. The…

Pokies ‘Losses’ Greater in Disadvantaged Areas – Study

Staff Reporter, Monday, 16th April 2012 -  UnitingCare Australia, the national body for community services in the Uniting Church, has called for “tighter consumer protection measures” on poker machine gambling…
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