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This topic provides links to a selection of Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) reports. Wherever possible, the link provided is to the report's location on the DVA website.
Please note that some of the older titles are only available in printed versions. If so, the link is to the publication's listing on the National Library of Australia catalogue.
|Title and Link||Year||Description|
The Review of Military Compensation Arrangements commenced in 2009 and was completed in 2011. The Steering Committee's report was released by the then Minister for Veterans' Affairs on 18 March 2011.
The then Government responded to the report of the Review on 8 May 2012, accepting 96 of the 108 recommendations.
Status report on the implementation of recommendations.
The former Government made a commitment to further consider the recommendations of the Clarke Review that were not acted upon. An independent review was conducted of the historical evidence and its interpretation by DVA and Defence, and a noted expert in veterans’ entitlements law was engaged.
The committee was asked to consider perceived anomalies in access to veterans' entitlements and levels of benefits and support provided to veteran disability pensioners.
The Committee will review and make recommendations on the adequacy of the current Repatriation legislation for establishing entitlement to disability pension and war widows' pension, and associated policy and practice.
|The Last Shilling - A history of repatriation in Australia||1994|
In a series of chronological and thematic chapters the authors explore the many functions and practices of 'Repat' - from hospitals to scholarships, training programmes to home loans - culminating in an examination of the Department of Veterans' Affairs in the 1980s.
An inquiry into the needs of Australian mariners, Commonwealth and allied veterans and allied mariners.
The Committee's primary role has been an examination of the extent to which the Government's stated intentions on the VEA have been achieved in practice.
A comprehensive review of the Repatriation legislation to provide simplified legislation covering all Repatriation entitlements.
Examination of welfare services and benefits for ex-servicemen & medical services for ex-servicemen by Mr. Justice P.B. Toose.