Almost 50,000 Australian children experience cyberbullying that can lead to humiliation and depression, new research by UNSW’s Social Policy Research Centre shows.
The Productivity Commission has put UNSW research at the centre of its proposed childcare overhaul, adopting key principles from a Social Policy Research Centre submission in its review.
The prospect of increasing private funding for community services raises questions about relationships between governments, markets and communities, write Natasha Cortis and Megan Blaxland.
More than half a million Chinese orphans have been assisted by UNSW research over the past decade. Now the launch of a new program will ensure that work is continued.
Lack of certainty about funding is a key problem affecting the community sector’s ability to deliver crucial services, new research has revealed.
Mid-career policy makers aiming to become leaders in public policy development will benefit from a new professional doctorate.
A national crowdsourcing campaign led by UNSW’s Social Policy Research Centre is giving young Australians the opportunity to share their opinions about cyberbullying.
Research shows Australia has much to learn from China’s high quality and sustainable foster care system.
Posting information about our children on social media raises serious questions about their privacy now and in the future, writes Myra Hamilton.
Family support plays a critical role in Australians with spinal cord injuries participating fully in society, new UNSW research has found.