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NATSEM contributes regularly to mainstream news, public affairs and social media. Our expert insight spans a range of social policy and issues. These include:
- The Federal Budget
- Disability and Mental Health
- Education and Childcare
- Health and Ageing
- Labour Force
- Regional, Rural and Remote Communities
- Tax and Transfer
- Disadvantage, Welfare and Wellbeing
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University of Canberra research finds income inequity declined during coronavirus pandemic (Canberra Times, September 2020)
- Canberra's steep household rates increase to end, as two reviews find the ACT's tax overhaul benefited economy (ABC News, August 2020)
- I went to grandparenting school and some of it was confronting (Sydney Morning Herald)
- 880000 living in poverty in 'wealthiest state in one of the wealthiest countries’ (SBS)
- Calls for reform as Australians on disability support struggle to make ends meet (SBS)
- Disabled Australians over $100 worse off a week, report finds (Canberra Times)
- How many people in your suburb live in poverty? (Sydney Morning Herald)
- Increasing Newstart benefits would reduce inequality (ABC News)
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