Disrupting disadvantage: share your feedback


Share your feedback on CEDA's latest report.
CEDA’s report Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene provides initial thinking and research into solving the problem of disadvantage in Australia.

The report outlines programs that have been underway in Australia to alleviate disadvantage and identifies reasons for their limited success.
It proposes a new way to address persistent disadvantage in Australia by using government held administrative data to identify predictors of risk, and to direct and target support to those individuals by using navigators. It also highlights the important role of a stronger safety net, getting serious about evidence and implementation, and a national champion to drive change.
This report is the first of three reports looking at disadvantage in Australia and we welcome further feedback from our members and interested stakeholders.

Share your feedback

Below, you will find text boxes where you can enter in your feedback on specific areas relating to this research and your ideas on how we can improve the policy landscape as it pertains to disadvantage. Please push submit after answering each question.

1. What areas of policy do you think will most need to be adjusted to improve the circumstances of those who are either stuck in disadvantage or are at risk of becoming stuck disadvantage?

2. What is your view about the effectiveness and feasibility of the proposal to have skilled navigators to provide better and more integrated access to services for those in need?

3. What do you think about governments more effectively linking their data on citizens and utilising it to provide better services and support for the most disadvantaged in our community?

Thank you for taking the time to share your views. If you have any queries or would like to discuss further, please contact info@ceda.com.au.
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