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Australian Bureau of Statistics

Australia's national statistical agency providing trusted official statistics on a wide range of economic, social, population and environmental matters.

HSC Community and Family Studies Study Guide via SMH

HSC: PDHPE and Community and Family Studies

Personal Development, Health and Physical Education examines issues that affect our wellbeing as individuals, groups and society as well as ways to improve performance. The HSC CAFS course is all about exploring life. issues.

<HSC CAFS - Individuals & Work> - examine the extent to which the workplace can provide equal access to work entitlements for females and males. A new study by Ernst & Young has found women working part-time are the most productive in the workforce.

Working mothers are the most productive people in the workforce

<HSC CAFS - Individuals & Work> - examine the extent to which the workplace can provide equal access to work entitlements for females and males. A new study by Ernst & Young has found women working part-time are the most productive in the workforce.

Groups in Context - Young disability people in nursing homes - needs, equity

Still 7,000 young disabled people living in aged care homes

Its one of those problems that just keeps coming back - young disabled Australians forced to live in aged care homes As far back as 1990 a parliamentary committee found it was inappropriate for you

Media and women... Miss Representation Extended Trailer - "In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the collective message that our young women and men overwhelmingly receive is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality, and not in her capacity as a leader."

Miss Representation Extended Trailer

An overlook at the Hegemonic society that utilizes the media as a tool to dictate gender expression. This sets into motion the subordination of womyn in our ...

What happens when you mix a nursing home with childcare? The Sunday Night program - 12th July

What happens when you mix a nursing home with childcare?

Elderly residents suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's disease are experiencing emotional and mental 'transformations' at a nursing home in the US which has been combined with a childcare centre.

A woman's job: who cares about unpaid carers?

A woman's job: who cares about unpaid carers?

Endless cycle of cooking, cleaning and caregiving can adversely affect a woman's health, studies show. How can women be better supported? Tell us what you think

Adam Goodes interview with Stan Grant (AWAKEN SBS) highlighting his story - racism as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and domestic violence.

Adam Goodes A Good Man Stands Up - Awaken, Season 2015 Episode 3

Award winning journalist Stan Grant hosts a one hour panel show, putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues under the microscope.

Amazing Video of Conception to Birth Is Worth Watching Again - NRL News Today

By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation No matter how many times

The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is the Australian Government's key research body in the area of family wellbeing. This is a report "Families working together - getting the balance right". It draws attention to the sometimes difficult task of achieving balance in our lives. Achieving balance can be helped by working together in our immediate and extended families, as well as with friends, neighbours and the wider community.

Families working together

The National Families Week theme for 2013 draws attention to the sometimes difficult task of achieving balance in our lives

The National Employment Standards (NES) are 10 minimum employment entitlements that have to be provided to all employees.

Welcome to the Fair Work Ombudsman website

What are the National Employment Standards and who do they apply to? Find out more about these 10 minimum entitlements.

SMH May, 2014 - Case Study - teenager Jack Coleman has a bleak employment future, having left his public high school early with limited skills to offer potential bosses.

Federal budget cuts will force young people into ghettos of poverty

Central Coast teenager Jack Coleman faced a bleak employment future, having left his public high school early with limited skills to offer potential bosses.

ABC 7.30 Report - More than a quarter of Australian workers over the age of 50 feel they've been discriminated against because of their age but how do you convince employers to choose experience over youth?

Discrimination felt by 25 per cent over 50 so how do you sell experience over youth?

More than a quarter of Australian workers over the age of 50 feel they've been discriminated against because of their age but how do you convince employers to choose experience over youth?

The Age (2014) states that an alarming number of older women in Victoria are becoming homeless. Many are middle-class and reluctant to seek help.

Middle class, hard working and homeless

It was hot water Joan Lansbury missed the most. If she felt some warmth in the kitchen tap she'd strip off and race to the shower, no matter the hour. 'It didn't last long and you didn't know when the hot water was going to come on again,' says Lansbury, 71.