Bringing together sectors and systems to form a powerful network that can drive significant change.
In 2017, the Collaborative Partnership established a national collaboration between the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to give more Australians with a health condition or disability the chance to engage in good work.
An Australia where people with a physical or mental health injury, illness or disability have a greater opportunity to work so that people, communities and business can enjoy the health and economic benefits of increased work participation.
This is a complex issue that requires cross-sector and system-wide collaboration from a network of leading organisations. We use the collective impact approach to unite our partners and deliver on our vision.
Our governance framework
With more than 250 interested stakeholders and 10 partner organisations along with many project contributors, advisors and experts, we rely on a strong governance framework.
The partnership includes leading organisations from the private, not-for-profit and government sectors that work together to find new ways and fresh approaches to improve work participation.
21 Apr 2022 11:53am
The Collaborative Partnership will be presenting an overview of the work completed under the 2020-2022 strategy, results achieved to date and insights and learnings from across the multiple income benefits systems throughout Australia.
31 Mar 2022 9:48am
Please see the March edition of the Collaborative Partnership Newsletter for the latest information and recent achievements of the Collaborative Partnership.
30 Mar 2022 10:50am
‘How and why people transition between Australia’s income support systems?’ was the question researchers at Monash University sought to answer in their recent study into the movement of people between systems.