IPA Facts

The Institute of Public Affairs is pleased to announce the relaunch of Facts.

Facts is a great legacy publication of our organisation, first published in 1952 and running through to the mid-1990s. At its peak, 60,000 copies were distributed to members, supporters, civic leaders, businesses, schools and libraries throughout the country.

The relaunched publication will offer members and supporters of the IPA the tools to reasonably argue the views that they hold. We are relaunching the Facts because we understand how important this is.

Beyond this objective, the IPA also intends to share the publication with the wider community and, in particular, key decision, makers. This will be achieved by way of social media and by directly emailing the publication to targeted recipients. In this way, the IPA will perform one of its key roles-promoting and facilitating informed debate.
IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.4 – 2023
5 December 2023

IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.4 – 2023

The fourth and final edition of IPA Facts for 2023 provides a snapshot of our worsening cost-of-living crisis, and the debilitating effect of red and green tape on Australia’s resources and agriculture sectors. There are also facts on the October 14 referendum result, in which Australians resoundingly rejected a proposal to insert a race-based Voice to Parliament in our Constitution.
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IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.3 – 2023
9 October 2023

IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.3 – 2023

Knowing the facts is key to winning the debate! I am pleased therefore to present the latest issue of IPA Facts. The latest issue looks at:
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IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.2 – 2023
31 July 2023

IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.2 – 2023

The Institute of Public Affairs is pleased to release the July-August issue of Facts, an eclectic and easy-to-read guide to aspects of Australian economics, society and culture. The latest issue looks at:
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IPA Facts: Volume 1 No.1 – 1952
14 June 2023

IPA Facts: Volume 1 No.1 – 1952

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Facts is a great legacy publication of our organisation, first published in 1952 and running through to the mid-1990s. At its peak, 60,000 copies were distributed to members, supporters, civic leaders, businesses, schools and libraries throughout the country. The IPA is pleased to be relaunching Facts, an easy-to-read booklet that provides a snapshot of the
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IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.1 – 2023
13 June 2023

IPA Facts: Volume 48 No.1 – 2023

The Institute of Public Affairs is pleased to be relaunching Facts, an easy-to-read booklet first published in 1952 that provided a snapshot of the nation’s economic health and an insight into Australian society and culture. The latest issue looks at:
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