Social policy and the challenges of social change: australian 1995 national social policy conference



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SOCIAL POLICY AND THE CHALLENGES OF SOCIAL CHANGE:
AUSTRALIAN 1995 NATIONAL SOCIAL POLICY CONFERENCE

Vasantha Krishnan

Peter Kennedy

Neela Dayal

Social Policy Agency



The Australian National Social Policy Conference is an annual event organised by the University of New South Wales Social Policy Research Centre. The 1995 conference, held in July, attracted over 500 participants, many of whom were academics. Approximately 20 made the trip from New Zealand. The these of the conference, Social Policy and the Challenges of Social Change, provided an opportunity to think about the meaning of the complex and profound changes which have occurred in Australia social and economic life in recent decades and their implications for social policy in the years to come. These issues were addressed in the selected papers summarised below:

Directory: documents -> about-msd-and-our-work -> publications-resources -> journals-and-magazines -> social-policy-journal -> spj05
social-policy-journal -> Results from a longitudinal study
social-policy-journal -> New zealand youth gangs: key findings and recommendations from an urban ethnography
social-policy-journal -> The meaning of family and home for young pasifika people involved in gangs in the suburbs of south auckland
social-policy-journal -> Aboriginal people – addressing dependency in australia
social-policy-journal -> Putting the Kids First: Caring for Children After Separation
spj05 -> Employee drug testing: implications for policy
social-policy-journal -> Changes in structural design in the new zealand social services sector
social-policy-journal -> Simple, effective and (relatively) inexpensive: New Zealand retirement provision in the international context
social-policy-journal -> Ethnicity, identity and public policy: critical perspectives on multiculturalism by david bromell

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