26 April 2017

This audit examines how well Queensland’s criminal justice entities capture, report and use data, ensuring its reliability and integration across the justice system.

Discussion paper
20 April 2017

The purpose of this paper is to highlight key themes and issues for developing revised guidelines to define reasonable and practicable measures to avoid or minimise harm to Aboriginal cultural...

Audio interview
29 March 2017

Australian cyclone specialist, Professor Jonathan Nott, says he's frustrated that Australian policy makers are not making decisions about where to build homes based on the available data about the...

Audio interview
28 March 2017

How is Western Australia's 15% gas reserve policy working, and should it be considered by other states?

27 March 2017

Uses evidence from the Indigenous Futures Collaboration to examine the extent to which online delivery can help overcome barriers to education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people living...

1 March 2017

The Parentline service provides benefits to both parents and to children living in Queensland and the Northern Territory. Parents report that the service assists them in developing confidence in...

14 February 2017

This book provides an assessment of the second year in office of the Palaszczuk Government in Queensland.

Discussion paper
16 January 2017

With the old Executive Building in Brisbane's CBD soon to be demolished, the city is set to lose a distinctive landmark and a divisive emblem of political symbolism.

15 December 2016

Revisits Queensland's political history, arguing that the state has a long-standing tradition of accommodating ultra-conservative views within the political process.