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)

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 2014: 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

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