Refereed publications

Howe, J. M., Charlesworth, S., & Brennan, D. (2019). Migration Pathways for Frontline Care Workers in Australia and New Zealand: Front Doors, Side Doors, Back Doors and Trap Doors. University of New South Wales Law Journal, 42(1), 1-30.

Howe, J., Berg, L., & Farbenblum, B. (2018). Unfair Dismissal Law and Temporary Migrant Labour in Australia. Federal Law Review, 46(1), 19-47.

Reilly, A., Howe, J., van den Broek, D., & Wright, C. (2018). Working holiday makers in Australian horticulture: labour market effect, exploitation and avenues for reform. Griffith Law Review, 27(1), 99-130.

Howe, J., Stewart, A., & Owens, R. (2018). Temporary Migrant Labour and Unpaid Work in Australia. Sydney Law Review, 40(2), 183-211.

Withers, Matt. 2019. ‘Decent Care for Migrant Households: Policy Alternatives to Sri Lanka’s Family Background Report’. Social Politics.

Charlesworth, S. and Malone, J. (2017). Re-Imagining Decent Work for Home Care Workers in Australia. Labour & Industry, 3, 1 – 18.

Brennan, D., Charlesworth, S., Adamson, E. and Cortis, N. (forthcoming, accepted 23.10.16). Out of Kilter: Changing Care, Migration and Employment Regimes in Australia, Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: A Multi-Scalar Approach to the Pacific Rim, Editors: Sonya Michel and Ito Peng.

Adamson, E., Cortis, N., Brennan, D. and Charlesworth, S. (2017). Social care and migration policy in Australia: Emerging intersections? Australian Journal of Social Issues 52(1): 78-94

Adamson, E. (2017) ‘Crossing Boundaries: In-home childcare and migration in Canada’, in R. Langford, P. Albaneze, and S. Prentice (Eds) (Chapter 8). Caring for Children: Social movements and public policy. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Adamson, E. and Brennan, D. (2016). ‘Return of the Nanny: Public Policy towards In-home Childcare in the UK, Canada and Australia’, Social Policy and Administration, Early view, DOI: 10.1111/spol.12250.

Non-refereed publications

Hill, Elizabeth and Matt Withers. (8 November 2018). If Australia cares about Pacific nations, we should also invest in their care givers. Feature Article. The Conversation.

Hill, E. (19 March 2019) ‘Investing in care key to boosting economic growth, East Asia Forum Quarterly’.

Kintominas, A., Hamilton, M. (16 January 2019) Migrant grandparents to fill childcare gap, but at what cost?, The Conversation.

Howe, Joanna (2016). ‘Di Natale’s au pair hypocrisy exposes flawed policy’, The Australian, 24 May.

Hill, E. (2018). The Informal Economy in Theory and Policy: Prospects for Well-being. In Tae-Hee Jo, Lynne Chester and Carlo DIppoliti (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Heterodox Economics: Theorizing, Analyzing, and Transforming Capitalism, (pp. 276-289). Abingdon: Routledge.Adamson E; Brennan D. (2018) ‘Care and Migration’, in Handbook on gender and social policy, Edward Elgar, pp. 253 – 266, http://dx.doi.org/10.4337/9781785367168

Brennan, D. and Adamson, E. (2018, forthcoming) ‘Migration and Care’, Sheila Shaver (ed), Social Policy Handbook, Edward Elgar.

Adamson, E. (2017) Nannies, Migration and Early Childhood Education and Care: An international comparison of in-home policy and practice, Bristol: Policy Press.

*Baird, M., Ford, M. and Hill, E. (eds)  (2017). Women, Work and Care in the Asia-Pacific. Abingdon and New York: Routledge

 

Brennan, D., Charlesworth, S., Adamson, E. and Cortis, N. (forthcoming, accepted 23.10.16). Out of Kilter: Changing Care, Migration and Employment Regimes in Australia, Gender, Migration and the Work of Care: A Multi-Scalar Approach to the Pacific Rim, Editors: Sonya Michel and Ito Peng

Adamson, E. (2017) ‘Crossing Boundaries: In-home childcare and migration in Canada’, in R. Langford, P. Albaneze, and S. Prentice (Eds) (Chapter 8). Caring for Children: Social movements and public policy. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Brennan, D., Kintominas, A., Hamilton, M. (2018). The Temporary Sponsored Parent Visa, Migrant Grandparents and Transnational Family Life. 

Hill, E., Jayasuriya, R., Withers, M. (2018). The Pacific Labour Scheme and Transnational Family Life: Policy Brief.

  • Parvazian, S.,Charlesworth, S.,King, D.,Skinner, N. (2014). Developing job quality benchmarks: Work related injuries and illnesses In: Department of Social Services, Australian Government Adelaide, Australia
  • Adamson, E. and Brennan, D. (2014). Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into ‘Early Childhood Learning and Child Care [With particular reference to nannies and in-home child care], 7pp.
  • Brennan, D. and Adamson, E. (2014). Submission to Productivity Commission Inquiry into ‘Early Childhood Learning and Child Care’ [With particular reference to financing models and mechanisms], 70 pp., Available as Submission # 420
  • Brennan, D. and Adamson, E. (2014). Submission to the Senate Education and Employment Committees, Inquiry into Family Assistance Legislation Amendment (Child Care Measures) Bill (No. 2), 68pp.
  • Brennan, D. and Adamson, E. (2014). Submission to Senate Education and Employment Committees, Inquiry into ‘The delivery of quality and affordable early childhood education and care services’, 68pp.
  • Brennan, D. and Adamson, E. (2014). Submission to Senate Inquiry into ‘The immediate future of the childcare sector in Australia’, 68pp.
  • Adamson, Elizabeth (October 2014). Nannies, au pairs and in-home child care: learning from international experience , Australian Policy Online, 16 October, Retrieved from http://apo.org.au/node/41779
  • Adamson, Elizabeth (4 May 2015). ‘Nanny Pilot doesn’t have to be bad news for childcare workers’, The Conversation, May 2015, https://theconversation.com/nanny-pilot-doesnt-have-to-be-bad-news-for-childcare-workers-41156
  • Adamson, Elizabeth (28 May 2015). Nanny trial offers flexibility, despite quality concerns, Early Learning Review, http://www.earlylearningreview.com.au/nanny-trial-offers-flexibility-despite-quality-concerns/
  • Adamson, Elizabeth (2015).‘Flexible childcare to match our ’24/7′ economy: The Federal nanny trials’, Power to Persuade, http://powertopersuade.org.au/2015/07/01/flexible-childcare-to-match-our-247-economy-the-federal-nanny-trials/
  • Howe, Joanna (2016). ‘Di Natale’s au pair hypocrisy exposes flawed policy’, The Australian, 24 May.

Publications in progress

 

  • Adamson, E. Recognition of what? Nanny agencies’ portrayal of in-home childcare in Australia and Canada (to be submitted June 2016)
  • Adamson, E. “Crossing boundaries: Childcare policy and the Live-In Caregiver Program in Canada”, In R. Langford, P. Albaneze and S. Prentice (Eds), Caring for Children: Social Movements and Public Policy. Vancouver: UBC Press (expected publication December 2016)
  • Adamson, E. and Brennan, D. Return of the Nanny? Public policy towards in-home childcare in the UK, Canada and Australia, Social Policy & Administration ( to resubmit February 2016)
  • Adamson, E. Cultures of in-home childcare: Nannies, migration and early childhood education and care, Bristol: Policy Press. (expected publication November 2016)
  • Adamson, E., Cortis, N., Brennan, D. and Charlesworth, S. ‘Social care and migration policy in Australia: Emerging intersections?’ for Australian Journal of Social Issues (submitted December 2015)
  • Brennan, D., Charlesworth, S.; Adamson, E. and Cortis, N. (in progress) ‘Markets, migration and care: Australia in a global context’, Chapter for I. Peng and S. Michel.
  • Charlesworth, S. and Howe, J. Employment Standards and Enforcement in Australia: Success & Challenges in Aged Care for  Federal Law Review (to be submitted April 2016)
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Leaders

  • Deborah Brennan, University of New South Wales
  • Sara Charlesworth, RMIT University

Collaborators

  • Liz Adamson
  • Liz Hill
  • Joanna Howe
  • Fiona Macdonald

    Partners

  • Centre for Sustainable Organizations and Work (CSOW)
  • United Voice,
  • The Centre for International Research on Care Labour and Equalities, University of Sheffield (CIRCLE)

Students & Associates

  • Myra Hamilton
  • Celestyna Galicki
  • Don Tennakoon
  • Monica O’Dwyer
  • Rasika Jayasuriya
  • Jenny Malone
  • Jyhene Kebsi
  • Sohoon Lee