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Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW) 2014

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW) is held every year in May throughout Australia.  

The week is run in a partnership between government, community and industry and aims to raise awareness of the importance of responsible gambling practices as well as highlighting the support services and strategies available to people who may be experiencing difficulties.

Stay On Track Responsible Gambling App

Stay On Track is a mobile phone application developed by the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries and designed to make it easy for consumers to set and track a gambling budget.

The iPhone Stay On Track app is available on the App Store and the Android Stay On Track app is available on the Google Play Store.

More information on the app and its functionality is available from the NSW Gambling Help Website

AGRC Survey of Gambling Research and Resources

The Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) is undergoing a process of review and consultation to better understand the information needs of professionals interested in gambling research and policy in Australia.

Have your say by completing a 10 minute online survey.

Click here to be re-directed to the AGRC survey.

The survey will help the AGRC in developing national research priorities and improving information exchange between professionals and the public.

National Association for Gambling Studies 23rd Annual Conference (2013)

The National Association for Gambling Studies (NAGS) 23rd Annual Conference will be held this year at the Crowne Plaza Coogee (Sydney) from 20-22 November 2013.

Further information about the conference is available from the NAGS website:  www.nags.org.au.

Journal of Gambling and Commercial Gaming Research

The Journal of Gambling and Commercial Gaming Research (temporary title) is the official journal of the Asia Pacific Association for Gambling Studies (APAGS).

The journal is an international interdisciplinary forum and reference source for gambling and commercial gaming research, focusing on issues surrounding, and research concerning, gambling and the gaming industry.

The journal’s readership is international in scope and includes gaming researchers and practitioners from both academia and the industry. 

National Consumer Fraud Week 17-23 June 2013

The Australasian Gaming Council is proud to support the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce and the ACCC's SCAMwatch for National Consumer Fraud Week 2013. 

For further information about the week - and to learn more about how consumers can protect themselves online - please follow this link to http://www.scamwatch.gov.au

Australian Gambling Research Centre - Expert Advisory Group Appointed

The Australian Institute of Family Studies has announced the appointment of an expert advisory group for the new Australian Gambling Research Centre. 

The Expert Advisory Group will help guide the Institute as it establishes Australia's new independent research centre on gambling. 

The group will be chaired by Professor Richard Chisholm AM and counts the AGC's CEO, Cheryl Vardon, amongst its members.

National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 2013 - Call for Papers

The Organising Committee of the National Association for Gambling Studies (NAGS) Inc. Annual Conference, Coogee, 20-22 November 2013 invites presenters to contribute to this year’s conference program. 

Many forms of presentation are invited, including 30 minute presentations; symposia and longer workshop-style activities.

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week

Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW) is held every year in May across Australia to raise awareness of the importance of responsible gambling practices.

RGAW is a partnership between government, industry and community.

100 Day Challenge - Fight for the Real You

The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation has unveiled a new campaign called 'Fight for the Real You'. 

The campaign promotes the 100 Day Challenge which is a new problem gambling website (fightforyou.com.au) where people can learn more about counselling options, find tips and tools for controlling their gambling and keep their own private diary.

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