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Australia's federal system of government has served it well, but improvements are in order.
On 17 June 2010 the Senate established a Select Committee on the Reform of the Australian Federation. On 29 September 2010, the committee was re-established by the Senate, to:...
Citizen participation in policymaking and service design has been debated or attempted, but too infrequently realised.
The theory and practice of public administration is increasingly concerned with placing the citizen at the centre of policymakers’ considerations, not just as target, but also as agent....
From the Chair's forward
When considering electoral reforms, our priority must be: enfranchisement, not disenfranchisement. It is this philosophy that has guided this inquiry and is reflected in many of the Committee’s recommendations.
This report continues the tradition of examining and reporting...