Anglicare

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Anglicare Australia is the national umbrella community services body of agencies associated with each diocese of the Anglican Church of Australia.

Anglicare is also a brand name under which many Australian Anglican community services agencies operate although they may be separate legal entities.

State of the Family Report[edit]

Anglicare Australia has been publishing an annual State of the Family report[1] each year since 2000.

  • Who is being left behind? (2015)[2][3]
  • Being a/part (2014)[4]
  • Paying Attention (2013)[5]
  • When there’s not enough to eat (2012), 2 volumes[6][7][8]
  • Staying Power (2011)[9]
  • In From the Edge (2010)[10]
  • Beyond Economics - families in the forefront (2009)[11][12][13]
  • Creative Tension: Australia's Social Inclusion Agenda (2008)[14]
  • Not produced 2007
  • Life on a Low Income (2006)[15]
  • What do Australian Families look like today? (2005)[16]
  • Missing out: Youth in Australia today, Mark Jeffery, (2004)[17]
  • Children growing up in Poverty, Dr Ann Neville, (2003)[18]
  • Unemployment and Poverty, Dr Ann Nevile, (2002)[19]
  • Economic and Social Exclusion, Dr Ann Nevile, (2001)[20]
  • Families as Carers - Families fighting - Economic state of Families, Dr Ann Nevile (2000)

Rental Affordability Snapshot[edit]

Anglicare Australia have released reports on housing and rental affordability issues since 2009, the 2016 Rental Affordability Snapshot (April 2016)[21] received national media coverage.[22]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anglicare Australia, State of the Family report, ISSN 1832-5564 online ISSN 1822-931X
  2. ^ Anglicare Australia, (12 October 2015), Media release: Do we care who's being left behind?, Anglicare Australia, Canberra, Anglicare Australia. 2015. State of the Family report: Who is being left behind?, Anglicare Australia: Canberra.
  3. ^ Michael Edwards, (12 October 2015), New research shows most welfare recipients living in poverty, AM ABC Radio National
  4. ^ Anglicare Australia, (14 October 2014), Media release: Youth support a circuit breaker, Anglicare Australia, Canberra, Anglicare Australia. 2014. State of the Family report 2014: Being a/part., Anglicare Australia: Canberra.
  5. ^ Anglicare Australia, (13 October 2013), Media release: Paying Attention, Anglicare Australia, Canberra, Australia. 2013. State of the Family report 2013: Paying Attention, Anglicare Australia: Canberra.
  6. ^ State of the Family Report 2012 - When there’s not enough to eat
  7. ^ When there’s not enough to eat Volume 1
  8. ^ State of the Family Report 2012 - When there’s not enough to eat Volume 2
  9. ^ State of the Family Report 2012 - Staying Power
  10. ^ State of the Family Report 2010 - In From the Edge
  11. ^ State of the Family Report 2009 - Beyond Economics - families in the forefront
  12. ^ Stephen Lunn, (12 October 2009), Therese Rein fights for those sideswiped by slump, The Australian
  13. ^ John Ferguson, (12 October 2009), Families struggle with food, bills - seek aid, Herald Sun
  14. ^ State of the Family Report 2008 - Creative Tension: Australia's Social Inclusion Agenda
  15. ^ State of the Family Report 2006 - Life on a Low Income
  16. ^ State of the Family Report 2005 - What do Australian Families look like today?
  17. ^ State of the Family Report 2004 - Missing out: Youth in Australia today, Mark Jeffery
  18. ^ State of the Family Report 2003 - Children growing up in Poverty, Dr Ann Neville
  19. ^ State of the Family Report 2002 - Unemployment and Poverty, Dr Ann Nevile
  20. ^ State of the Family 2001 State of the Family Report 2001 - Economic and Social Exclusion, Dr Ann Nevile
  21. ^ Anglicare Australia, (21 April 2016), Media release Too many still locked out of affordable housing, Anglicare Australia, Canberra, Anglicare Australia, (April 2016), Rental Affordability Snapshot, Anglicare Australia, Canberra
  22. ^ Emily Laurence, (21 April 2016), Rental market in Greater Sydney and Illawarra squeezing out those on government benefits, ABC
    AAP, (21 April 2016), Poor parents 'locked out' of rental market, 9news, South Australia

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