Balancing work and family life is essential - This piece was sourced from the Australian Council of Trade Unions
Temporary Staff Services - Australia Market Research Report - https://www.ibisworld.com.au/industry-trends/market-research-reports/administrative-support-services/temporary-staff-services.html
This was sourced through IBIS World Database. Published May 2019
Getting a Fair Go not Child's Play - News article identifying that the lower wage of child care workers reflects that gender pay gap in Australia. Sourced through EBSCO Host
Using Adaptive Governance to Rethink the Way Science Supports Australian Drought Policy
Sourced from Australia/New Zealand Points of View Database
Drought Policy - Sourced from the Australian Government Website
ABARES: Farm performance: broadacre and dairy farms, 2016–17 to 2018–19
ABARES: Analysis of 2018 Drought
North Queensland Register: Drought Slashes Queensland Farmer Incomes by Half
Employment Conditions and Health Inequalities - Use a Control + F search to find "foreign workers"
A Report from Monash University https://www2.monash.edu/impact/articles/how-the-gender-gap-hits-australian-womens-superannuation-early/
Equal Pay Day
https://www.equalpayday.com.au/ A website to explore how this day is marked and evidence to work with.
Minimum Wage Earners - Sourced from Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU). Discusses the current trends and issues in relations to minimum wage earners.
Bridging our growing divide: inequality in Australia The extent of income inequality in Australia - Report of the Parliament of Australia
Child Poverty Crisis Hits Single Parent Families - Australian Council of Social Service
The Extent of Income Inequality in Australia - The Australian Psychological Society
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According to The Australian newspaper's Noel Pearson and William Mitchell (2020), "Before the pandemic, the employment rate for indigenous Australians was 49 per cent while for other Australians it was 75 per cent'.
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Prime Minister Morrison has stated that the results of the Closing the Gap initiative were not good enough, and that the disadvantage suffered by indigenous children was a national shame (BBC News 2020).
BBC News 2020, ' Closing the gap: Australia's indigenous inequality not good enough', BBC News, 12 February, viewed 20 August 2020, <https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-51469708>.