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Social Justice Research Centre

The Social Justice Research Centre was established in 1997 and has acquired a national reputation for applied social research for a diverse range of government and non-government partners.

Largely externally funded, the current projects include:

  • an analysis of the needs of homeless young people;
  • cross-sectoral planning for community development;
  • treatment outcome indicators for young people in drug and alcohol services;
  • wellness approaches in allied health;
  • a biographical project on Patricia Giles;
  • evaluations of early interventions for marginalised communities; and
  • a number of projects examining Indigenous health and wellbeing.
The Social Justice Research Centre also hosts a weekly seminar series.
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