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May 2016: Work, Care and Family Policies: Election Benchmarks 2016

February 2016: Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (Jobs for Families Child Care Package) Bill 2015. Joint submission with the Women and Work Research Group at the University of Sydney.

May 2015: Budget 2015 Press release

March 2015: Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Framework.
Joint submission with the Women and Work Research Group at the University of Sydney.

Productivity Commission’s Inquiry into Childcare and Early Childhood Learning

September 2014: Work and Family Policy Roundtable Response to the Draft Report

April 2014: Work and Family Policy Roundtable Submission

Work and Family Policy Roundtable Benchmarks

August 2013: Work + Family Policy Roundtable Election Evaluation, August 2013

March 2013: Work, Care and Family Policies: Election Benchmarks 2013

Fair Work Act Submissions

2012 Fair Work Act (2009) Post Implementation Review Submission

2012 Fair Work Act Better Work/Life Balance Bill Submission

Work and Family Policy Roundtable Books

Kids Count: Better early childhood education and care in Australia

Edited by Elizabeth Hill, Barbara Pocock and Alison Elliott

Demand for childcare has soared over the past decade as Australian families seek to reconcile work and care responsibilities. But the cost of care keeps rising, waiting lists in many metropolitan centres are long, and high quality services are not always available.

Australia’s system of early childhood education and care is fragmented, and the major political parties have failed to take a comprehensive approach to policy development. So what would a good system of early childhood education and care in Australia look like?

To purchase a hard copy of this book please visit the Sydney University Press web site.

Sydney University Press
ISBN: 9781920898700

 

 

Earlier Benchmarks

Benchmarks 2010 Benchmarks-2007WFPR-WWRG-PC-2015

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