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Delivered on 23 March by Malcolm Turnbull, this was the Prime Minister’s first major address on Australia’s role in the world.
The new and more complex economic landscape emerging in China and across the rest of Asia will require more focus...
The United Nations Association of Australia has released its position statement on Australia's Candidacy for the Human Rights Council. The position statement reflects positively on Australia’s former contribution to human rights, noting with concern the recent and serious decline in Australia’s human rights standing. Highlighting...
Introduction: In September 2013, the Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) published a report of an investigation it had conducted into alleged misconduct at the University of Queensland. The misconduct concerned a decision in December 2010 that a school leaver who did not satisfy the...
The purpose of this Resource Sheet is to outline the different approaches used to assess whether children are at risk of maltreatment, as well as to explore some of the issues and criticisms surrounding the use of standardised risk assessment instruments in child protection.
Mark Scott makes some observations about the 2010 Australian federal election campaign and how it was handled by the fourth estate and then make some tentative suggestions about implications for the media and the nature of news coverage.
The 2010 election...
AS I LOOK at how the media ecosystem is evolving in communities large and small across the United States, I am much more optimistic than pessimistic that citizens will get their information needs met. However, I also think that traditional journalists will play a smaller...
The primary purpose of this project is to produce a set of guidelines on how to deliver adult literacy and numeracy education and training using a social capital approach.
Social capital in this project refers to the networks that operate during resourcing, course design,...
John Howard’s comments on history are a good point of departure, writes KLAUS NEUMANN.
WHO still remembers the leaders’ debate in the first week of a long and uninspiring election campaign? In his concluding remarks, John Howard didn’t talk about his vision for...
Issue 21 features ACMA's industry reception in Hobart and a recently published report about communications services and infrastructure. It also highlights ACMA's review of the Children's Television Standards, and reports on industry compliance with TV quotas, the extension of a community television trail in Adelaide...