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11 January 2017

This blog post announcing the Facebook Journalism Project outlines how it is designed to support journalism and news literacy, and to serve as a hub for journalists and publishers to learn and...

Blog post
11 January 2017

The latest Digital Finance Analytics Household Finance Confidence Index, to end December 2016 has been released.

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20 December 2016

Some of the houses that burned in the Wye River fire had been built to bushfire regulations. There is a misconception that this makes them bushfire-proof, and this reveals a basic flaw in our...

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15 December 2016

A recent Australia Institute Centre for Future Work report highlights three threats to the place of paid holidays in Australian life.

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5 December 2016

Many of the world’s liberal democracies are staring down deep divisions over the future of their open societies. Robert Ayson argues that this is not the case for New Zealand, and Key’s leadership...

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2 December 2016

This blog post discusses some of the key challenges facing public broadcasting in the United Kingdom including Brexit and  attacks on the independence of broadcasters across Europe.

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21 November 2016

This blog post discusses the importance of standards, rules and norms and the need to re-engineer these for the digital age, as explored at the UK's recent Internet Governance Forum.

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15 November 2016

Trump's impact will be greatest on Americans, but a substantial shift away from liberal internationalism would cause structural change in the global economy, writes Tom Conley.

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25 October 2016

This article explains the important implications of the UK Press Regulation Panel this week granting media regulator status to Impress under the Royal Charter.

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13 October 2016

The financialisation of the Australian economy has led to a cascading series of vulnerabilities in the Australian financial system.