This report aims to understand whether existing Government approaches to employment, training and mutual obligation are achieving their goals. It also seeks to understand the true purpose of mutual obligation programs in Australia, and how approaches are shaped by biases in the areas of social security and employment policy.
Trickle Up: Living costs and the Stage 3 Tax Cuts is a paper showing that the planned Stage 3 Tax Cuts will go to the highest income earners in the country and leave behind people who need cost of living relief.
Accessing the internet is no longer a luxury. It is an essential service. Australians now rely on internet access for work, education, paying bills and managing their money, healthcare, information in an emergency, social and community connection.
The Poverty Premium looks at six key living costs and finds that people are penalised if they can’t afford to buy groceries in bulk, pay costs annually instead of monthly, or upgrade to a more efficient car.
Anglicare Australia has released the Living Costs Index, an analysis which compares the incomes for three household types against essential living costs such as rent, food, and transport. This edition covers households on the minimum wage.
Anglicare Australia has released A Costly Choice, a report showing that Australia loses billions of dollars each year on tax breaks and concessions that benefit people on the highest incomes.
Anglicare Australia has released Left Behind, a paper showing that the planned Stage 3 Tax Cuts will go to highest income earners in the country and leave behind regional, rural, and disadvantaged areas.
This paper explores how and whether Commonwealth Rent Assistance is delivering on its aim, which is to alleviate rental stress for people on the lowest incomes. The paper is released in the wake of the 2023 Report on Government Services, which shows that the cost of rent assistance has grown to $4.9 billion per year.
Creating Jobs, Creating Opportunity: Tackling long-term unemployment in Australia lays out a plan to support people who have been out of work long-term.
As part of Anti-Poverty Week, Anglicare Australia has released a report showing that demand is surging for help with food, rent and bills. Nothing Left to Give surveyed Anglicare Australia’s Emergency Relief services.