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Walkley Award winning journalist Sarah Ferguson, whose 2015 documentary series The Killing Season explored the Rudd/Gillard years, presents the 2015 A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism.
The Hon Julie Bishop MP discusses the importance of academic discourse in public policy formulation and Australia's engagement in the region.
Australian Productivity Commission Chairman Peter Harris presents a talk about the draft recommendations from the Workplace Relations Framework public inquiry.
Showing real-life stories from people who have experienced suicidal thoughts, this short film aims to increase empathy and understanding.
As the number of refugees and displaced peoples increases around the world, Australia's policies will gain increasing international attention.
What would be the symbolic and practical implications of constitutional recognition – and who is leading the push for a referendum?
What does ‘normal’ look like – and is there such a thing, or have we subconsciously agreed on an ideal that doesn’t actually fit the majority?
Joanne McCarthy and Peter Fox discuss how they overcame the odds to force a government to finally address the scourge of institutionalised abuse.
Investigates what a real, practical change in Australia’s relationship to family violence might look like.
It’s estimated that as many as 10,000 babies worldwide may have been born with deformities because their mothers had taken the ‘wonder drug’ Thalidomide.
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