AHURI Research Seminar: Housing and social inclusion
Hal Pawson AHURI Research Centre—University of New South Wale
Sharon Rose Housing Policy Branch—FaHCSIA
Wendy Stone AHURI Research Centre—Swinburne University of Technology
Selina Tually University of Adelaide
1:30pm to 4:15pm November 15 2012 – Cliftons Level 2 10 Moore Street Canberra
Register at Cvent
The Melbourne Institute’s Economic and Social Outlook Conference (November 1-2) presentations are now up on their website. Here’s the links for the health, schools and homelessness sessions, the rest can be found here. You can get a .pdf of the slides for many of the presentations and I’ve included links for mp3 downloads. Enjoy.
|Will health reform work? This year has seen major changes to hospital funding and performance management. How will these reforms affect service delivery and deal with the costs? Is there more that needs to be done?
Professor James Angus AO, Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne
Professor Stephen Leeder AO, Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine, School of Public Health and Director, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, The University of Sydney – View presentation
Professor Anthony Scott, Professorial Research Fellow, Melbourne Institute – View presentation
Dr Tony Sherbon, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Independent Hospital Pricing Authority – View presentation
|David Gonski had reported, Julia Gillard has replied and the coalition is up in arms. What is the way forward for school reform?
Adjunct Professor Alison McClelland, Commissioner, Productivity Commission
Ms Lisa Paul AO PSM, Secretary, Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Mr Richard Bolt, Victorian Secretary, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Associate Professor Chris Ryan, Director, Economics of Education and Child Development, Melbourne Institute – View presentation
|We were the last rich nation standing during what the rest of the world called the Great Recession. But our macro success masks deep-seated social problems. Has there been any progress in reducing homelessness? What more can be done to assist our most vulnerable citizens?Chair:
Mr Robert Fitzgerald AM, Commissioner, Productivity Commission
The Hon Mary Wooldridge MP, Minister for Mental Health, Women’s Affairs and Community Services
Dr Rosanna Scutella, Senior Research Fellow, Melbourne Institute – View presentation
Mr Tony Nicholson, Executive Director, Brotherhood of St Laurence
In The Weekend Australian we have George Magalogenis on mothers’ return to work and family payments, Chris Bantick on the Chinese school system and teacher quality and Ian Mackie on a novel approach to improving indigenous childrens’ school attendance. Middle-class welfare and the GST got a bit of a run in the The Age courtesy of Jessica Wright.