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All living things are diminished: Breaking the national consensus on the environment was authored by The Honourable Bob Debus AM - lawyer and broadcaster; NGO leader; and longserving politician in the NSW and Federal Parliaments.
"Our history shows that some substantial degree of...
What happens to democracy when the fossil fuel industry collides with global warming?
Democracy is caught in a collision between two forces: the need to respond to global warming by cutting carbon emissions, and the demands of the fossil fuel industry...
Former NZ Attorney General and Labour Minister Professor Margaret Wilson has written a detailed account of the rise of precarious work arrangements in Australia and New Zealand in her paper Precarious Work: The Need for a New Policy Framework. Professor Wilson says Australia and New...
This report examines the contractual relationship between governments and non-for-profit organisations for the provision of services, particularly employment services.
It combines primary and secondary research with detailed legal analysis of a number of key federal government contracts, addressing a critical issue at the...