How can evaluation better recognise Indigenous self-determination?
The right of Indigenous peoples to self-determination has significant implications for evaluating policies and programs that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
How ‘help seekers’ are informing Lifeline’s digital service innovation
The story of how Lifeline Australia brought the beneficiaries’ voice and experience into developing a text-based, crisis support service.
Where to next for SDA?
How can improvements to the Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) landscape be made to deliver high quality housing options for people with disability? +Audio
Social impact bonds: a letter from the frontline – part 2
After seven years ‘in the trenches’ as part of Australia’s foray into social impact bonds, Elyse Sainty outlines her ‘thoughts and prayers’ for the future of social impact bonds. +Audio
Improving the outcomes for older women at risk of homelessness
Older single women are the fastest growing cohort of people experiencing homelessness in Australia. Why is this? And what are the drivers for better outcomes for these women?
Social impact bonds: a letter from the frontline
After seven years ‘in the trenches’ working on social impact bonds (SIBs), Elyse Sainty shares her insights around SIB myths and legends. +Audio