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Adelaide Zero Project welcomes expert from Chicago on ending homelessness

MEDIA RELEASE: Wednesday 19 September 2018 Adelaide Zero Project welcomes expert from Chicago on ending homelessness The Zero Project continues to attract worldwide attention, as it works towards Adelaide becoming the first Australian city to achieve and sustain Functional Zero[1] homelessness in the CBD by 2020. Dr Nonie Brennan, Chief Executive Officer of All Chicago, […]

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Adelaide on target to be first city in Australia to end homelessness as volunteers identify rough sleepers

Adelaide is one step closer to achieving its goal of ending street homelessness, after more than 200 volunteers spent the past week getting to know the people sleeping rough in our city in an effort to better understand their needs. Dubbed ‘Connections Week’, the initiative is a major milestone within the Adelaide Zero Project and […]

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New Research Offers Clearer Pathway for Mental Healthcare Reform in SA

MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday, 19 July 2016 A new report being launched in Adelaide today (Tuesday 19 July) provides a new foundation and direction for the reform of mental health care in South Australia. The report, Mental Health: Exploring Collaborative Community Reform in South Australia, identifies and explores the community mental health sector priorities for reform, […]

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South Australia faces a splendid future: Dunstan’s Vision Unearthed

South Australia faces a splendid future: Dunstan Digitisation Project Unearths Don’s Vision. In 1972, Premier Don Dunstan wrote on his vision for South Australia in an article for the Sunday Mail, titled ‘South Australia faces a splendid future‘. Don envisaged that by the year 2000 the South Australian population would be about 1.3 million and the new […]

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May 28 – History Month Lecture – WW1 Conscription Crisis in the mining towns of Yorke Peninsula

As part of the Dunstan Foundation Labor History Project and the ‘About Time’ History Month Festival, Professor Philip Payton (UK) will present the 2015 Dunstan Foundation History Month Lecture titled WW1 Conscription Crisis in the mining towns of Yorke Peninsula. The conscription crisis in Australia in 1916-17 emphasized existing divisions in Australian society and created new ones, and […]

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Unmasking Austerity: New Report Reveals the Impacts of 2014-15 Federal Budget on SA

A new report released yesterday by Professor John Spoehr and the Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre (WISeR) reveals more than 265,000 (29.4%) of families in South Australia will be worse off in 2017-18 as a result of the 2014-15 Federal Budget. The report shows that proposed health and education spending reductions result in […]

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A year later: How is the Future of Live Music looking in South Australia?

A year later: How is the Future of Live Music looking in South Australia? In November 2013, the Dunstan Foundation launched Martin Elbourne’s report The Future of Live Music in South Australia after 18 months of frenetic consultation and investigative activity. Since that time the South Australian Government has supported many of its recommendations but with some considered variation […]

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State of South Australia Forum Series – information available

Weren’t able to attend the State of South Australia Forum Series, or would like more information?  Visit the Dunstan Foundation website at www.dunstan.org.au/resources/ Sponsored by the Dunstan Foundation, the State of South Australia book series provides analysis and reflection on the major social, economic, cultural and political trends and policy challenges facing South Australia [read […]

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