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2010 Reports & Submissions

Statements for the Federal Election 2010

The Salvation Army has developed key election statements which we believe will assist policy makers redress structural inequalities that continue to contribute to hundreds of thousands of people living in poverty and experiencing homelessness or inadequate housing, poor health, limited education options and few employment opportunities.

2010 | the Salvation Army | 3 mb.

The 2010 Annual Report

A look at The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory year.

December 2010 | the Salvation Army | 3 mb.

Perceptions of Poverty

An Insight into the Nature and Impact of Poverty in Australia

October 2010 | the Salvation Army | 9 mb.

The 'regulation and growth of the not-for-profit housing section' discussion paper

The Australia Southern Territory has submitted a response to the federal government regarding the current housing crisis. The territory's submission addresses the discussion paper 'The regulation and growth of the not-for-profit housing sector' and points out that low income community members face a challenging housing landscape that grows ever more difficult to navigate.

June 2010 | the Salvation Army | 194 kb.

Perceptions of welfare research 2010

In April 2010, Roy Morgan Research was commissioned by the Salvation Army to conduct research into perceptions of welfare and community services in the Australian community.

April 2010 | Roy Morgan Research | 91 kb.

Inquiry into Social Security and Other Legislation Amendment

This submission relates to the Inquiry by The Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee into the impact of the introduction of the Welfare Reform Bill, the 2009 Measures Bill and the Greens Bill.

February 2010 | the Salvation Army | 154 kb.

Alcohol Awareness study 2010

In August 2010, Roy Morgan Research was commissioned by the Salvation Army to conduct its annual research into alcohol awareness amongst the Australian community.

September 2010 | Roy Morgan Research | 189 kb.