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Ken Maher suggests that the architecture profession is well equipped to help government address one of the most critical challenges of our time: delivering affordable, amenable and sustainable housing that underpins strong communities.
There are three important economic goals that Australians aspire to. To have a job to support and care for your family, to be independent in your retirement and to own your own home.
As a Government we share and want to facilitate Australians being...
In this speech, Malcolm Turnbull talks about balancing security and individual liberty.
Tonight I am going to talk about balancing security and individual liberty.
It is a balance our Government has, I believe, got right.
But in order to...
Australia does need new anti-terror laws, but many of the measures being proposed by the Abbott government go far beyond what is required, according to this speech presented at the Lionel Murphy Memorial Lecture 2014.
My topic today is one of...
This paper looks back at a 1963 United Nations seminar on police and human rights to consider the hopes that were held for the event, the course of its deliberations, and observe the scope of debate around its outcomes at that time.
Cindy Tarczon, a Research Officer at ACSSA, interviews Helen Kambouridis from the Royal Children's Hopsital, Gatehouse Centre.
In recent years, therapy in the sexual assault sector has expanded to include working with the perpetrators of sexual violence. The proclamation of the...
The potentially looming 'digital participation gap' in Australia requires concerted efforts to ensure that poor, remote and vulnerable communities in Australia are not actively included in the fast internet roll-out.
This paper discusses the potentially looming 'digital participation gap' in Australia, if concerted efforts...
Major party leaders not only seem to influence public opinion on global warming, argues this conference paper, but also have an impact upon Green voting in federal elections.
As the Australian environmental movement has routinised and become increasingly institutionalised, its representative aspect – the...
Population growth has been the subject of much public discussion in recent times. However, widespread misconceptions about the pace, characteristics and implications of population growth means that much of this debate has not been as well informed by the facts as the topic...
Australian cities rate highly internationally on liveability and well-being indices. State and metropolitan governments are keen to promote the liveability of their cities as a means of attracting mobile capital, skilled labour and tourists.
An examination of the liveability-environmental sustainability nexus, however, suggests that...