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20 Mar 2017

Senior police, prison officers and lawyers are standing side-by-side with drug users calling for law reform, to bring an end to killing and criminalising young Australians.

Drug-related deaths, diseases, injuries, crimes and social costs continue to rise despite more than 80,000 consumer...

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05 Nov 2014

Now that the acute phase of boat arrivals appears over, this paper urges all parties to use this opportunity to construct an overarching national asylum and refugee policy for the long term.

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Forced migration is an age-old phenomenon. It cannot be...

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15 Nov 2012

Australia21 used a recent visit to Canberra by futurists, Professor Jorgen Randers and Paul Gilding to bring together 14 Australian experts to discuss this issue with them. Randers, one of the authors of the 1972 Club of Rome “Limits to Growth” report, in his recent book, “2052” has concluded...

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11 Jul 2012

This report follows from a Roundtable discussion held in July 2012 to consider new approaches to public policy about illicit drugs in Australia.

An earlier Australia21 report launched in April 2012 had concluded that attempts to control drug use through the criminal justice system have...

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03 Apr 2012

Asking 'What are the likely costs and benefits of a change in Australia's current policy on illicit drugs?', this is the report of a high level roundtable held at the University of Sydney on 31 January 2012.

The group also included two young student leaders, a former senior prosecutor, a...

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18 Mar 2009

Australian states have seen a recent upsurge in antisocial behaviour, including violence, in public places. Victoria Police commissioned Australia 21 to conduct a roundtable and prepare a report on the issue. The roundtable participants came from a range of relevant scientific disciplines and...

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05 Dec 2008

The health and wellbeing of young people, an important indicator of Australia's future population health, is declining. This development is of immense social significance. It has implications not only for how we deal with specific current concerns such as child abuse and neglect, obesity, media...

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20 Mar 2017

Senior police, prison officers and lawyers are standing side-by-side with drug users calling for law reform, to bring an end to killing and criminalising young Australians.

Drug-related deaths, diseases, injuries, crimes and social costs continue to rise despite more than 80,000 consumer...

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15 Nov 2012

Australia21 used a recent visit to Canberra by futurists, Professor Jorgen Randers and Paul Gilding to bring together 14 Australian experts to discuss this issue with them. Randers, one of the authors of the 1972 Club of Rome “Limits to Growth” report, in his recent book, “2052” has concluded...

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