Image of the cover page of ACOLA's report on ensuring occupations are responsive to people with disability. The top of the image contains a colourful painting with horizontal and vertical lines and circles by Darren Hooper, an artist with disability, titled Untitled

Media Release – Ensuring Occupations are Responsive to People with Disability

Media Release: October 2022 We can do better: training Australian workers to be more responsive to disability With 18 per cent of Australians living with disability, sectors including education, healthcare, justice and social services are being challenged to respond better to their clients and customers. Minister for Social Services, Amanda Rishworth MP said the Albanese…

Image of the cover page of ACOLA's report on ensuring occupations are responsive to people with disability. The top of the image contains a colourful painting with horizontal and vertical lines and circles by Darren Hooper, an artist with disability, titled Untitled

Media Release – ACOLA Response to Ensuring Occupations are Responsive to People with Disability

Media Release: October 2022 ACOLA puts words into action on disability responsiveness Some of Australia’s leading academics have applied their research results closer to home with the adoption of six key principles and five key areas for action on disability inclusiveness. The Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) put four professional sectors under the microscope…

Media Release – Achieving Australia’s Energy Transition: Funding and translating knowledge

Media Release: September 2022 Achieving Australia’s Energy Transition: Funding and translating knowledge The Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) is pleased to release its next set of reports under the Australian Energy Transition Research Plan. The new papers outline the current state of Australia’s funding and translation of Australia’s energy transition research. While recent policy…

Media Release – Data-Enabled Research Future

Media Release: June 2022 A Data-Enabled Research Future for Australia The pandemic and recent natural disasters have reinforced the importance of rapid access to data to inform timely decision making. Coordinated and integrated data infrastructure is vital to making data available when it’s needed for emergencies, and for answering research questions about the world around…