The report was launched today at the National Press Club in Canberra to coincide with Anti-Poverty Week.
Forty years after his landmark work on the law and poverty in this country, Justice Ronald Sackville will address researchers, practitioners and advocates as part of Anti-Poverty week.
UNSW is joining hundreds of partners around Australia to host events to mark Anti-Poverty Week, aimed at helping the world's poorest and most disadvantaged.
Is child sponsorship exploitation? Can fair trade products make a difference? What can we do to alleviate poverty in Australia and abroad? Find out more at Anti-Poverty Week at UNSW.
The plight of an estimated 5.2 billion people who live in poverty, including 2.2 million Australians, will be the focus of Anti-Poverty Week at UNSW from October 13-17.