Caring Fairly has invested in leading edge research and produced evidence based policies in eight key domains. We believe that these policies can sustainably advance the economic, social and cultural rights of unpaid carers in Australia, and should be implemented by the Commonwealth Government.
Caring Fairly believes that the Government has primary responsibility for bringing fairness to care, and for advancing the long-term economic, social and cultural rights of unpaid carers across Australia.
To do so, it must look beyond short term policies, and invest in long term solutions. It must drive a cultural change in how we as Australians, value the unpaid carers in all our communities.
You can download our long-form policy agenda here.
Caring Fairly recently made a submission to the Productivity Commissions Inquiry into Mental Health. You can read our submission here.