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A scan of disadvantage in Queensland 2010 : from analysis to innovation in place-based practice

Angkana Praphakorn Whiley, Pam Bourke, Fiona Caniglia,

Academic Literature

2010

The report demonstrates that disadvantage persists in Queensland and that responses to disadvantage need to address the spatial patterns that are evident. Some people experiencing multiple indicators of disadvantage live in areas where this experience is more widespread. This in turn may impact on their capacity to address entrenched community problems and issues.;;The report aims to create momentum for a proactive, coordinated and targeted approach to reducing entrenched disadvantage in Queensland. It shows the continuing locational nature of disadvantage and recommends place-based partnerships across community, government and business as critical response.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : UnitingCare Queensland Centre for Social Justice research report

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Economic participation

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