The report, written by Professor Edward Santow, Sophie Farthing and Lauren Perry of the Human Technology Institute (HTI) at UTS, is the culmination of a major collaboration between HTI and the NSW Government, supported through a JMI Policy Challenge Grant. The report sets out how the Government can use law, governance and training to make its new digital identity system trustworthy.
This report looks at the impact that floods, drought, bushfires, animal plagues and other major disruptions, including COVID-19, have had on these schools and what can be done to build their resilience going forward.
The sustainability impact of government financial activities is of intensifying interest to financial market participants, regulators and communities. This ‘At a Glance’ report considers in brief, and a full accompanying report examines in depth, whether sovereigns should report on and disclose sustainability-related actions and if so, how.
Domestic and family violence continues to be a problem of epidemic proportions in Australia. It affects people of all ages and backgrounds, but especially women and children. Against this backdrop, the James Martin Institute for Public Policy published a summary report on ‘Reducing domestic violence reoffending’ – the result of a collaborative project with the NSW Government in 2022.
Disadvantaged women face a range of economic challenges. One specific challenge, that can be addressed, is the gap in capital available for women who own a viable small business. This policy brief canvasses a proposal for the NSW Government to create a NSW Women’s Opportunity Fund.
This policy brief considers innovate ways that existing government data can be unlocked, leveraged, and mobilised to enhance the performance of private sector employers towards closing the gender pay gap in New South Wales.
In August 2021, the James Martin Institute for Public Policy provided independent advice to the NSW Government, recommending a set of stimulus initiatives to restore confidence in the NSW economy after an extended period of lockdown. This is a summary of the full report provided to the NSW Government.
JMI acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nationupon whose ancestral lands our Institute stands. We pay respect to Elders both past and present, acknowledging them as the traditional custodians of knowledge for these lands. We celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal peoples and their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters of NSW.