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For over 50 years, BSL has produced a wide range of research examining how poverty impacts people’s lives at every stage.
Search below for BSL-authored reports, policy submissions, summaries, working papers, etc. dating back to 2000. For earlier publications, please see note below the search results.
The aim of this study is to evaluate how well the Personal Support Programme (PSP) enables people with multiple non-vocational barriers to achieve economic and/or social outcomes.
This Brotherhood of St Laurence study, commissioned by Camcare, the Rotary Club of Hawthorn and Foundation Boroondara, is an attempt to quantify the problem of children growing up in poverty in Boroondara, a local government area in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.
Jobs Australia and the Brotherhood of St. Laurence commissioned AC Nielsen to undertake a survey of frontline staff working in the Job Network in order to gather information about the current operation of the Job Network system.
This report presents the findings of an exploratory study of the settlement experiences of two recent refugee groups (Iraqi and Sudanese) in regional Victoria (Shepparton, Colac and Warrnambool) and the factors that promote successful settlement.
BSL undertook an evaluation for the Office of Housing analysing changes made in March 2003 to better support public housing tenants with complex needs and people who were struggling to pay their rent.
Note on earlier works
In addition to our current research topics, BSL has previously undertaken research on the following concepts. We recommend you visit our library catalogue by clicking on these keywords, ; ; ; ; ; ; ; and .