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This report by the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet identifies the need for the Australian public serice to adance capability in the management of public data.
This report argues that section 35P of the ASIO Act is not justified, and that it does not contain adequate safeguards for protecting the rights of outsiders and is not proportionate to the threat of terrorism or the threat to national security.
This review analysed the events that led up to the Martin Place siege and the range of interactions the gunman had with agencies including the criminal justice system, beginning with his arrival in Australia.
At around 8.33 am on 15 December...
This review chaired by Andrew Forrest, Chairman of Fortescue Metals Group and the Minderoo Foundation, presents recommendations intended to help end the disparity between first Australians and other Australians.
My report is a call to all Australians. It is time...
This white paper sets out the Australia government’s counter-terrorism objectives and the means by which it will pursue them.
It explains the nature of the terrorist threat to Australia within Australia’s broader national security context; sets out the Australian Government’s strategy for countering terrorism;...
This publication updates and builds on the 2004 edition to provide a comprehensive overview of Australia’s domestic and international counter-terrorism strategy, policy and arrangements. It explains the steps the Australian government has taken to protect Australians and Australian interests against the threat of terrorism, and...
The 2008 National Rural Women's Summit, convened by the Federal Government, addressed many of the issues that affect women living in rural areas, including: climate change, environment and water; representation of women in decision making; health; education; young people; infrastructure, transport and telecommunications; community building,...
To support the development of the second National Action Plan, the Australian Government is seeking input from a wide range of stakeholders, both through national roundtables and through the online consultation website. The purpose of this paper is to prompt discussion and raise issues for...
Hundreds of survivors of child sexual abuse, and politicians past and present, came together for this national apology from the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison.
The first Australian National Action Plan has been assessed as a sound document ‘for its time’, keeping key stakeholders to account and ‘on track’. But there are clear indications from both the literature and this review of areas in which the next plan could be...