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A basic income proposal directly addresses the problem of people falling through the cracks of a complex welfare system. AAP/Julian Smith

Could a new ‘basic income’ protect Australia’s most vulnerable?

Might the lessons of Australia’s super-efficient welfare system offer a potential way forward for the development of a basic income – a universal, low but adequate payment?
The government has promised increased funding for services to gain community consent for its welfare card trials. AAP/Dan Peled

Why the ‘cashless welfare card’ trial will leave us none the wiser

How can it be determined whether any improvements that may occur as part of the 12-month "cashless debit card" trial are the result of the card or increased funding for services, or a mix of both?
The loss represents a setback for Social Services Minister Scott Morrison, whose negotiations with the crossbench failed. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Senate knocks out youth wait for benefits

The Senate has defeated the government's budget measure to make job seekers under 25 wait four weeks for income support.
Hands up. Iain Duncan Smith leads the Department for Work and Pensions, which fabricated testimonials in a leaflet praising benefits sanctions. Reuters/Toby Melville

Two real-life accounts of the effect of benefits sanctions

Real case studies offer important insights into the varied impact of policy and practice on people's day to day lives. They shouldn't be made up.
Australians are living and working longer, marrying later and earning more that past generations. Hamed Masoumi/Flickr

Australia’s changing profile: fewer divorces, higher incomes, more rental stress

Divorce rates are on the decline in Australia, people are marrying and having children later in life, and more of us live alone. Our experts respond to the new report on Australia's welfare.

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