Advanced Indigenous Development Approaches

19 March 2018 to 23 March 2018

This five day short course will support staff working in Indigenous Affairs to build their proficiency to work developmentally. What will you learn? Participants will develop skills in place-based approaches, locally-led decision making, frontline leadership, institutional brokering, and adapting to complexity. Topics covered in the course include... read more

An Unsettled Bargain? Mothers` Perception of Justice and Fairness in Paid Work

30 April 2014

Mothers’ return to work following childbirth is widely recognised as a key moment in establishing employment arrangements that disadvantage many women in the long-run. But why do mothers accept arrangements that are likely to disadvantage them? Do they see these arrangements as fair? This paper investigates these issues using data from a qualitative... read more

Policy brief: Stakeholder perspectives on sleep, rest and relaxation in ECEC

10 October 2017

  Sleep, rest and relaxation are an essential part of the ECEC day, providing both learning opportunities and support for healthy bodies and minds. The Early Years Learning Framework includes sleep, rest and relaxation as part of the curriculum and  early childhood curriculum and commencing October 1 2017, the requirement to have policies and... read more