body bg

Inform-Banner

Constructive compassion

  • Year: 2000
  • Author: Abbott, T
  • Publisher: H.R. Nicholls Society Conference
  • Country: Australia

A profile of rural Australia is provided in this paper which makes comparisons between urban and rural living in terms of average incomes, access to services and unemployment problems. The federal government's Job Network and Work for the Dole policies are discussed along with the Regional Assistance Program, arguing that they have been successful in contributing to economic prosperity and promoting greater access to services and opportunities for country people.

Related Items

Does regionalization of local public health services influence public spending levels and allocative efficiency?

This paper uses a panel data set of Connecticut communities to offer several empirical insights...

More Than Implementing an Electronic Health Record - Innovation in Tasmanian Community Health

The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) commenced a business initiative project called...

Videoconferencing could reduce the number of mental health patients transferred from outlying facilities to a regional mental health unit

To determine if the addition of a video link to the existing phone connection, enabling patients...

Share this with your friends

Footer Logo

Contact Us

Level 2, 53 Blackall Street
Barton ACT 2600
AUSTRALIA
Telephone: 02 6260 3733
or email us