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Research & Evidence Base
The Abbott government’s tough stance on border protection doesn’t only apply to asylum seekers arriving by boat
Michael Mori’s intense account of David Hicks’ case is a story that reveals and warns in equal measure.
Are unexpected preference flows making Australian elections harder to predict?
Campbell Newman’s premiership was an object lesson in the dangers of untrammelled power. Queensland needs an upper house to keep governments out of trouble
Christopher Pyne’s teacher education review wants serious reform, but it may serve to protect the monopoly that produced the problems.
The creation of a single childcare subsidy which prioritises lower income families would be a welcome step forward, but more needs to be done when it comes to deregulation and childcare availability.
Around 372,000 people drown each year, mostly children in low-income countries. So why has there been such a lack of attention paid to the problem?
The body of evidence on climate change is not contained in one paper, one set of observations, or by one person.
Neoliberals who prided themselves in the free market have been happy to use the instruments of government to quell dissent, but have they succeeded?
The pantomime being played out in Canberra has only served to divert attention from the grim reality facing the economy and the absence of any cogent plan to restore the nation's finances.
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