Carla Treloar

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A UNSW Sydney and ACOSS partnership report has analysed the changing distribution of wealth in Australia.

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Most people leaving prison face an uphill battle navigating services focused on individual failures and punitive responses.

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A new report highlights who is most at risk of poverty in Australia, showing that payments and supplements don’t go far enough.

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A UNSW Sydney and ACOSS partnership report explores the lived experiences of poverty among the most vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Robert Robert Monaghan, Carla Treloar and Gail Matthews

Three major projects, focusing on reducing stigma, community-led models and assessment of people living with chronic hepatitis B, have received funding.

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UNSW and ACOSS partnership research report finds a widening gap between those who bought homes when they were affordable and those shut out of home ownership.

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UNSW and ACOSS partnership releases research showing more people are now locked into poverty than before the pandemic.

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A UNSW and ACOSS study shows sole parents and the unemployed have been left behind in the economic growth of the last two decades.

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Research from the UNSW Sydney and ACOSS Poverty and Inequality Partnership looks at income support payments pre-pandemic to the present.

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UNSW Sydney and ACOSS release a report identifying the direct causes of inequality and where groups fit on income and wealth scales.

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