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We are here today, the 9th of June 2016, in Redfern where in 1992 Prime Minister Paul Keating spoke truth about this nation – that the disadvantage faced by First Peoples affects and is the responsibility of all Australians.
In the past 25 years...
What are politicians saying at this Federal election in relation to seniors from multicultural backgrounds?
As part of The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria’s (ECCV) policy advocacy on behalf of seniors from non-English speaking backgrounds, ECCV wrote letters to the Greens, Australian Labor Party,...
Property touches the lives of all Australians. As the nation's biggest industry, property creates prosperity, jobs and strong communities.
Property is both a major part of the household balance sheet and the Australian economy - and one of the few industries enjoying sustained growth....
Public opinion polls indicate that voters regularly rank economic issues at the top of their list of concerns and priorities when electing their governments. In response, it is not surprising that political candidates emphasize their economic credentials in appealing for voter support. The current federal...
The Australian Computer Society, – the professional association for Australia’s ICT sector – has released its Federal Election Manifesto, identifying five key policy areas that must be addressed if Australia is to secure its economic future in the information age.
1. Digital skills...
The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) is the peak national body representing the interests of doctors working in rural and remote communities and their patients.
People living in rural and remote areas have significantly higher rates of disease and injury, worse health outcomes...
By any measure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disabilities are amongst some of the most disadvantaged of all Australians. This is often because they face multiple barriers to their meaningful participation within their own communities and the wider community.
This election policy...
Australia deserves a safe, fair, efficient transport system Australia’s economy and quality of life rely on safe, efficient and affordable transport. But all data suggests that our national land transport system has failed to keep up with growing demand and technological change, and our living...
Proposed policies include withdrawing from the Paris Agreement, reducing the corporate tax rate, privatising the ABC, and legalising nuclear power.
This election year NAVA is calling on all parties to invest in 'artistic courage' by developing an arts policy that puts First Nations first, investing in artists’ time, leadership and self-organisation, increasing Australia Council’s funding, making fair pay at industry standards a condition of public...