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Australian federal election 2022

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Focussing on recent Australian Federal elections, this Collection hosts published policies by registered political parties as well as relevant content by the Australian Electoral Commission, Parliament and other statutory bodies. It also includes election-focussed position papers, submissions and policy proposals from think tanks, not for...
Discussion paper

Australians’ views on gender equity and the political parties

This paper focuses on the views of Australians about gender equality, on Australians’ attitudes to gender issues, confidence in the different parties on issues related to gender equity and how this relates to voting intentions. It is based on data from the April 2022 ANUpoll.
Policy report

Research note: modelling of the 2022 Coalition and Labor child care policies

This paper provides results of modelling of the distributional impacts of Labor's proposed child care policy and the Coalition's recently legislated child care policy. Both policies are compared to the previous child care subsidy policy.
Discussion paper

Indigenous electoral power in the 2022 federal election: a geographic snapshot of latent potential

The authors of this paper suggest that Indigenous communities around Australia could wield significant electoral power if they mobilised the large cohort of non-participating eligible Indigenous vote.
Position paper

Super for housing inflationary and contrary to retirement income objective

The proposal announced by the federal Coalition to bust open super for first home buyers housing deposits would add tens of thousands of dollars to housing prices and would undermine the retirement savings of all Australians, asserts Industry Super Australia.
Position paper

Mitchell Institute election 2022 education policy brief: early childhood education and care

This position paper outlines a number of policy initiatives the Mitchell Institute would like to see the next Australian government take action on.
Article

How do the major parties rate on climate policies? We asked 5 experts

Strong national policies on climate change will help us be better prepared, bring global emissions down, and provide strong leadership in this time of crisis. In this article, five experts analyse and grade different aspects of this enormous portfolio.
Report

The 2022 Australian federal election: themes, challenges and issues

This publication has two key aims. First, it seeks to underline the issues which are dominating this year's campaign, as well as those issues which have generally attracted less attention by the parties and media. Second, it aims to showcase the strength of Monash University’s...
Discussion paper

Views on policy and politics on the eve of the 2022 federal election

This paper focuses on the views of Australians on politics and policy, just as the 2022 federal election campaign got underway. The authors use data from the April 2022 ANUpoll, which collected data from 3,587 Australians aged 18 years and over.
Article

Clive Palmer, his money and his billboards are back. What does this mean for the 2022 federal election?

As it contests the 2022 federal election, is the United Australia Party also on a downward trajectory or will it tap into populist sentiment reacting against vaccine mandates and climate change? Susan Harris Rimmer shares her analysis in this article.
Article

How do the major parties rate on Medicare? We asked 5 experts

Medicare has been mentioned a lot this election campaign. But what have the major parties actually promised? Five experts grade their policies.
Policy

The Nationals: getting it done for regional Australia

This webpage provides access to a range of policy initiatives that the Nationals are taking to the 2022 federal election.
Briefing paper

Ending homelessness in Australia

The authors of this paper argue that homelessness can be ended in Australia through investment in social and affordable housing, long-term support to those who need it, and targeted programs addressing the underlying drivers of homelessness.
Policy

Our plan for a better future for all Australians: Labor’s policies

This webpage provides access to a range of policy initiatives that the ALP is taking to the 2022 federal election.
Policy

Liberal Party of Australia: our plan

This webpage provides access to a range of policy initiatives that the Liberal Party is taking to the 2022 federal election.
Policy report

Building mentally healthy futures: Australian youth recovery plan

This policy paper focuses on actionable, evidence-based steps a newly elected federal government can take to address the current youth mental health crisis.
Report

Structural reform of the Reserve Bank of Australia

Both major political parties support an external review of monetary policy after the 2022 election. This paper discusses some of the main issues a review should cover.
Position paper

Statement on Labor's economic plan and budget strategy

This paper outlines's the ALP's policies surrounding the overall Australian economy and Labor's federal budgetary position.
Position paper

World Vision Australia's policy platform: election 2022

In this publication, World Vision Australia calls on all political parties to raise the level of ambition for Australia’s aid program.
Briefing paper

Economic records don’t match the election rhetoric: data brief

Economic management is a feature of all election campaigns, but key claims made to date do not stack up. This paper explores claims about wages growth and tax by the Morrison Government, finding inconsistencies between its arguments and its record.