Anglicare Australia has been producing a flagship annual research project since 2000. This was previously called the State of the Family report, and was renamed the Australia Fair series in 2020.
Projects released as part of the Australia Fair series are evidence-based, reflect the voices of Anglicare Australia clients, and are designed to set the policy agenda.
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.
Ageing in Place is a landmark study on older renters, based on a survey of 500 older people across Australia and in-depth interviews.
Australians overwhelmingly back a basic income for Australia. That is the key finding of a landmark new study from Anglicare Australia. The Valuing Every Contribution study surveyed 1,000 Australians.
Released as part of the National Day of Action on JobSeeker, the survey of over 2,000 clients was conducted across Australia before rates were increased. The research is the first edition in Anglicare Australia’s Australia Fair series.
Our Better Selves: Appreciating and Re-Imagining Our Work to Create Change has been the culmination of an eighteen month project. It was made up of five separate teams from across the Anglicare Australia Network.
The 2010 State of the Family report, In from the Edge, features five strong and engaging essays that explore the barriers leading to social exclusion. They are the personal views of key contributors to the work of the Anglicare Australia network.