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    Rosemount shows the way with engaging research

    Published on 01/05/2013 by in Uncategorized

    In 2013, Rosemount has been leading the way in action research, engaging with a diversity of great tertiary students on placement with us. Chief Executive Officer Lyn Harrison says:  “This level of engagement is wonderful to see and a real breath of fresh air into our thinking process and program development.  We feel very fortunate

     
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    Connecting on forced and servile marriage

    Published on 18/10/2012 by in Uncategorized

    A key learning from our recent forum on forced and servile marriage in Australia is the cases may come to light through a real diversity of means – through schools, family violence services, health services, legal advisers and many others To connect those who need ongoing updates on this important topic, Rosemount Good Shepherd has

     
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    Report launched: GSANZ CEO & Australia’s Global Ambassador for Women and Girls focus on forced marriage

    Published on 30/04/2012 by in Uncategorized

    Forced and servile marriage in Australia among migrant women and girls is a major emerging and alarming issue for the nation, according to research released in April by Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand. Hidden Exploitation: Women in forced labour, marriage and migration, is the first Australian study to identify gaps and emerging issues in labour

     
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    Switching on possibilities

    Published on 30/03/2012 by in Uncategorized

    The Rosemount Good Shepherd research team has recently completed “Switching on the Possibilities of ICT Use in Alternative Education Programs”. This literature review suggests that information and communications technology has the potential to enhance social connectedness, wellbeing and educational engagement among students in alternative education settings.   Read the literature review

     
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