The full submission from the SEED project can be accessed here at the Department site.
In summary, a number of these recommendations were obviously regarded very highly as they were included in the new model as outlined in the Exposure Draft issued last month. Things such as rejigging the Job Seeker Classification Instrument, more emphasis on the initial assessments/interviews, relocation assistance and wage subsidies for young people will now be adopted.
We have recently been commissioned by the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria to also complete a submission for them in response the the ES2015 Exposure Draft. The Council believes strongly that migrants and refugees (and some ethnic communities in general) have not been afforded the same new concessions in the new model as young people and mature aged job seekers. In fact, the ES2015, at this stage, does not even allow for specialist providers as it has in all other previous editions.
We have highlighted these shortcomings in the submission which you can download here.