The Centre for Welfare Reform publishes research to identify problems and good solutions.
We work with innovators to provide original research and evaluations.
We research social problems and share our analysis.
We publish important research by others that is connected to our work.
We provide support and mentoring to independent researchers who want to share their work.
Examples of our research include:
Returning Home - bringing people back home from institutional placements
A Fair Society? - how government cuts target disabled people
Better Nights - how technology can be used to give people more independence
Travelling Hopefully - best practice in self-directed support
Designing NDIS - strengths and weaknesses in Australia's funding reforms
Women at the Centre - cutting edge innovation for women and families
If you would like to get involved in our research work then please contact Simon Duffy, Director of The Centre for Welfare Reform.