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China and Australia disability and digital economy study In The Media - Posted on 2 August 2018

As one of the top social policy scholars working on and in China, Associate Professor Bingqin Li’s strong international links bring a global element to the Disability Innovation Institute.

UNSW Sydney and ACOSS Inequality in Australia 2018 Report launch live stream Article - Posted on 31 July 2018

Watch the live stream of the Inequality in Australia 2018 Report launch.

Australia's richest 20 percent own almost two thirds of country's wealth, report finds In The Media - Posted on 31 July 2018

Average household wealth in highest 20% is $2.9m, almost 100 times that of the lowest 20%, according to Acoss report.

New UNSW, ACOSS study highlights inequality in our society – and how to fix it In The Media - Posted on 31 July 2018

Beyond the personal effects on individuals, vast disparities in income can erode social cohesion and undermine economic growth, researchers say.

Wealth disparity between old and young Australians grows In The Media - Posted on 31 July 2018

A new report finds that while income disparity between high and low earners in Australia has plateaued since the Global Financial Crisis, there are widening gaps in wealth disparity.

Young Australians increasingly divided as dreams of home-ownership dim In The Media - Posted on 30 July 2018

Young Australians - those aged under 35 – have experienced the sharpest increase in wealth inequality of any age group, a new report reveals.

Ministerial Statement – OCHRE – A Continuing Conversation In The Media - Posted on 9 July 2018

In 2011, the NSW Government and Aboriginal communities started a conversation resulting in OCHRE, our community-focused plan for Aboriginal Affairs. Since then, we have continued the conversation about the issues that matter to Aboriginal people – governance, strengthening language and culture and supporting young people to positively transition from school into further study, training or employment.

The Ticket: Organised crime and drugs in sport In The Media - Posted on 9 July 2018

The Ticket revisits the claim that crime gangs have infiltrated professional sport in Australia.

SPRC-CIKD workshop in Beijing: Corporate social innovation in the context of the new technology revolution Article - Posted on 2 July 2018

As the second part of the project on “Technology and Social Policy”, the Social Policy Research Centre at UNSW Sydney and the China Centre for International Knowledge on Development collaboratively organised a workshop on Wednesday 20 June 2018.

'Shamed' out of day care, companies set their sights on NDIS billions In The Media - Posted on 29 June 2018

Family day-care operators whose businesses were found to be fraudulent or unsafe are now targeting the $22 billion National Disability Insurance Scheme in new ventures.