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Events

The Politics of Poverty

Wednesday, 29 October 2014, 5:30 pm
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In-Conversation with Baran Kosari

Saturday, 1 November 2014, 2:00 pm
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Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised Women Speak

Thursday, 20 November 2014, 5:00 pm
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Publications

The reality of poverty in Northern Adelaide

To mark anti poverty week 2014, the Don Dunstan Foundation spoke to three people working against poverty in the Playford area to gain a better understanding of the issues people in Adelaide's north face with regard to the Commonwealth budget and the looming closure of Holden. [view] 

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South Australia's Response: The 2014-15 Commonwealth Budget Cuts

This publication presents an overview of the South Australian Government's response to the Federal Government's budget cuts.
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South Australian Industry Participation Policy

This policy supports the Government's desire to provide opportunities to develop globally competitive local firms.
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Exploring the Teaching Nursing Home Model

This Literature Review forms one component of the national evaluation of the TRACS Program which was commissioned in late 2012 by the then Department of Health and Ageing, now the Department of Social Services.
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A Case Study of Gender Responsive Budgeting in Australia

This case study focuses on gender responsive budgeting at the federal level of government in Australia. Gender responsive budgeting is an analysis of the impact of the budget on gender equality and a process of changing budgetary decision-making and priorities.
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News & Opinion

SA pays in jobs for budget failures

South Australia's job figures have thrust it into a special place - the worst in the nation and with little or no prospect of change.
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Expression of Interest - Fraser Mustard Centre research positions

The Fraser Mustard Centre is seeking expressions of interest to fill two research positions. In addition, there are opportunities for casual work on short term research projects that may be attractive to honours and masters level students.
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Audit a distraction, says Weatherill

South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has likened the commission of audit report to the distraction of a magiciann's wand.
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The Longevity Economy

Lets not mince words - Australian manufacturing is in recession with many more jobs to be lost in our most vulnerable regions as the automotive industry shuts down over the next three years.
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