Who cares? Supported accommodation for unaccompanied children
This review builds on recent research about the experiences and needs of highly vulnerable teens (aged 10-17) in Tasmania. The review examines how the accommodation needs of unaccompanied children aged under 16 have been articulated and addressed in a number of jurisdictions in Australia.
Removing poker machines from hotels and clubs in Tasmania: Economic considerationsA new research report by Professor John Mangan
Anglicare Tasmania is seeking to have poker machines removed from hotels and clubs in Tasmania and restricted to licenced casinos, the model currently in place in Western Australia. This in the belief that the social harm (and its quantifiable economic costs to the most vulnerable in Tasmanian society) associated with the widespread and easily accessible poker machines in Tasmania outweighs any economic benefits that may accrue. This report examines the likely economic impacts of such a shift in poker machine location. The three economic scenarios modelled for this report all show increases in Gross State Product and employment with the removal of poker machines from all hotels and clubs.
Too Hard? Highly vulnerable teens in TasmaniaA new research report by Dr Catherine Robinson
This report explores young people’s high vulnerability as a key social justice facing Tasmania. Foregrounding the voices of highly vulnerable teens whose needs for care have fallen outside of families and between government agencies and non-government services, this report offers insights into the needed shape of immediate and long-term responses.
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