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Population growth and population distribution affect most areas of public policy. This paper examines the benefits that population growth and migration bring to Australia, whilst remaining aware of the challenges created by having a larger population.
On 4 March 2004, the Prime Minister appointed Mr Philip Flood to inquire into the Australian intelligence agencies, consistent with a recommendation of the earlier report of the Parliamentary Joint Committee into ASIO, ASIS and DSD (PJCAAD) inquiry into intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass...
On International Women’s Day, 8 March 2012, the Government launched the Australian National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2012-2018 , at Garden Island, Sydney.
This National Action Plan is a whole of government effort, coordinated by the Office for Women. It will...
The National Action Plan has been extended to mid-2019. The National Action Plan sets out what Australia will do, at home and overseas, to integrate a gender perspective into its peace and security efforts, to protect women and girls’ human rights, and promote their participation...
The Australian Government reports on progress made under the National Action Plan every two years. This is the third Progress Report covering the period from 1 January 2016 to 31 December 2017.
This guide was released to coincide with a speech from Prime Minister Scott Morrison on progress towards the Fourth Action Plan as part of the National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and Children.
This report on Australia’s implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, covering the period 1 May 2014 – 1 May 2019, has been finalised during a caretaker period of the Commonwealth Government of Australia.
This publication provides an overview of trends in the Australian labour market to support job seekers and providers, career advisers, those considering future training and work and people interested in labour market issues.
In this speech to the 2015 Australian Council of Social Service congress, social security minister Scott Morrison outlined a series of initatives consistent with the government’s view that it should reduce its role on social welfare provision, including via social impact bonds.