About our current projects

Our dedicated research team is committed to exploring and understanding various ‘access to justice’ issues through impactful social research projects. We delve into a wide range of topics to uncover valuable insights that contribute to the betterment of our communities.

We are currently undertaking a program of research aimed at understanding the legal needs arising from natural disasters. This program of research has a number of sub-studies. See below.

Disaster Preparedness

This project focuses on the experiences of Community Legal Centres and other providers who undertake preparedness and resilience work in the natural disaster context. We will collect information on the landscape of disaster preparedness by the legal assistance sector to better understand the barriers and enablers affecting the delivery of these services.

Disaster Stories

This project focuses on the stories of people who have been impacted by a natural disaster. We invite you to click through to the project page to explore more about this important initiative.

Find out more about the Disaster Stories project here.

While Disaster Preparedness and Disasater Stories are our current spotlight, our team is actively engaged in numerous other research endeavors, each addressing different aspects of ‘access to justice’.  We are constantly expanding our portfolio to cover a diverse array of subjects, and we encourage you to stay tuned for updates on upcoming projects.

If you would like further details on any of our current research, or simply to have a chat about your research questions, please feel free to contact the Research team on [email protected].