Transforming Lives and Institutions: The Structural Inclusion and Institutional Engagement of Refugee Migrants in Australia – SSRN

ABSTRACT Successful resettlement of refugees depends both on individual resources and strategies of refugees and on the foundational principle to have the same rights as host communities. Stating the equality of rights is fundamental for the normative framework that determines refugee resettlement policy, and the state has an important responsibility in the clear articulation of … [Read More] Transforming Lives and Institutions: The Structural Inclusion and Institutional Engagement of Refugee Migrants in Australia – SSRN

Brotherhood in the News: Towards Improved Care for People with Dementia – Research and Policy Centre

Aged and dementia care services are required to conform to multiple regulatory frameworks. Mapping these reveals regulatory clusters. The Brotherhood of St Laurence is involved in two research projects designed to support improved care for older people with dementia and their carers. These two projects are funded through the NHMRC Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre and … [Read More] Brotherhood in the News: Towards Improved Care for People with Dementia – Research and Policy Centre

Brotherhood in the News: Regulation in Aged Care ‘Should Leave Room for Innovation’ – Australian Ageing Agenda

As our study into the role and effects of regulation in aged and dementia care enters its final stages, some interesting findings are emerging, write Ashley Carr* and Professor Simon Biggs**. Amid concerns that the regulation of care stifles creativity and innovation or that recipients of aged care require greater levels of protection, a more in-depth … [Read More] Brotherhood in the News: Regulation in Aged Care ‘Should Leave Room for Innovation’ – Australian Ageing Agenda

‘Stewardship’: Buzzword, inkblot, or a new way to deliver human services? – FlagPost

Extract from an article by Philip Hamilton At least since the 1990s, governments have been stepping back from direct delivery of services and ‘block funding’ of mainly not-for-profit (NFP) service providers. Instead, they have been using market-based arrangements that are expected to result in greater choice for clients, competition between NFP and for-profit (FP) organisations to … [Read More] ‘Stewardship’: Buzzword, inkblot, or a new way to deliver human services? – FlagPost

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