Publications & Articles
Disaster and Emergencies
- Being Prepared – Pandemic Planning Tools for Non-Government Organisations
- National Principles for Disaster Recovery
- Spontaneous Volunteer Management Resource Kit
Community organisations and projects
- Relationship matters: not-for-profit community organisations and corporate community investment
- Community Business Partnership Resources
- 'Token participation' to 'engaged partnerships': Lessons learnt and challenges ahead for Australian not-for-profits
- Impact of the Economic Downturn on Not-for-Profit Organisation Management
- Impact of the Economic Downturn on Corporate Community Investment
- Where to from here: Options for growing a Community Development Financial Institutions sector in Australia
- Community Development Financial Institutions Pilot Evaluation
Young people and transition
- The transition from care: Avoidable costs to governments of alternative pathways of young people exiting the formal child protection care system in Australia.
- Wealth of All Nations: Identification of Strategies to Assist Refugee Young People in Transition to Independence
Financial Management Program
- Trial of Dynamic Warning Messages on Electronic Gaming Machines
The Australian Government, with the assistance of industry and the Queensland Government, conducted the first live trial of dynamic warning messages on electronic gaming machines. The trial tested a suite of messages in five venues across South-East Queensland.
- Gambling Research Australia (GRA)
Established by the former Ministerial Council on Gambling in 2003, Gambling Research Australia (GRA) is a national research program responsible for managing and implementing a national research agenda which will better provide understanding of problem gambling at a national level. The focus of GRA is to undertake research that will lead to the development of a range of measures to address problem gambling, and can be implemented by the States and Territories. The GRA website lists all of the commissioned research reports.
- Australian Gambling Research Centre
The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) was established on 1 July 2013 and operates under the Gambling Measures Act 2012. The AGRC will undertake or commission research, and produce data and statistics, about:
- problem gambling and its effect on gamblers, those at risk of problem gambling and their families and communities;
- measures to reduce the harm from problem gambling; and
- recreational gambling in the Australian community.