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The following are some reputable sources of research within the social service sector:

Department of Communities Reports and Services

  • COMSIS - Community Services Information System
    COMSIS provides a single comprehensive source of local, regional and state-wide data for over 200 datasets. Data topics in COMSIS include: demography, education, employment, family, housing, income, remoteness and disadvantage.

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Deaf Services Queensland has this week launched its new website which can be viewed at www.deafservicesqld.org.au . The purpose of the redesign is to ensure clear and simple access to information for the Deaf and hard of hearing community in Queensland. The site is focused on providing a visual and...
Australia’s 600,000 charities and not-for-profits, from international aid groups right down to the local tennis club, are about to get a major boost, as Justice Connect’s Not-for-profit Law service this week launches the acclaimed Information Hub for a national audience. The Hub is a free, online...
The Service Providers Accessibility Guide has been designed by Media Access Australia to provide you with a practical, hands-on, step-by-step way to effectively prepare and deliver content and communications to people with disabilities via computing and mobile devices. The original version of this...
The Health and Community Services Workforce Council (H&CSWC) has partnered with the Queensland Family and Child Commission (QFCC) to develop a baseline profile of Queensland’s child protection and family support workforce in 2016. Organisations delivering services to vulnerable children and...
The ABC has produced an interactive Fact File , based on the latest research in Australia, to reveal how the patterns of homelessness in Australia have changed over 15 years. Some 105,200 Australians are without a home. Indigenous Australians and single parents are over-represented in the numbers,...
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is now inviting applications for its 2016 grants program. The ACCAN Grants Scheme funds projects which either undertake research on telecommunications issues, represent consumers or create educational tools which empower consumers to...
This paper presents the current state of knowledge on parenting in the context of DFV by examining the following four research questions: What is the prevalence of DFV among parents? How does DFV impact on parenting capacity? What are the methods and behaviours that perpetrators use to disrupt the...
Over one-third of adults and children seeking help from specialist homelessness services in Australia did so for domestic and family violence reasons, according to a new report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW). The report, Domestic and family violence and...
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It has been a very busy six months for the social benefit bonds program team. Between June and November the program was established, the team has grown from three to nine, they conducted 233 discrete market engagement activities, targeting 436 individuals from a cross section of stakeholders. Over...
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Mission Australia’s 2015 youth survey has revealed that more than half of young people believe there are barriers which will prevent them reaching their goals when they leave school. The focus of this year’s survey was to uncover what young people perceive to be the main barriers to success. The...

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