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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research WIN News Orange – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research WIN News Orange – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild was on WIN News Orange to discuss the IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Lincoln Humphries: Experts raising the alarm about the rising amount of
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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research Sky News Australia – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research Sky News Australia – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild on the Bolt Report to the discuss IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Andrew Bolt: Before I get to the news of the day, honestly,
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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research 2GB Mornings – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research 2GB Mornings – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild joined Luke Grant on 2GB Mornings to discuss IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Luke Grant: As I mentioned just a moment or two ago,
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Growing Welfare Dependency Requires Honest Debate And Urgent Action
8 April 2024

Growing Welfare Dependency Requires Honest Debate And Urgent Action

“The rapid growth of welfare dependency, often concentrated in certain geographic sections of the community post-Covid, is an urgent wake-up call for our political leaders that the Australian culture of hard work is at risk,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs Today, the IPA released new research which analyses the growth in the proportion
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The Growth And Distribution Of Welfare In Australia
8 April 2024

The Growth And Distribution Of Welfare In Australia

Table 1: Percentage of total population on welfare—including NDIS, DSP, Jobseeker, or Youth Allowance (does not include age pension)
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Building Approvals Crash To 1980’s Levels
5 April 2024

Building Approvals Crash To 1980’s Levels

“ABS data confirms yet again the economic and social disaster awaiting Australia, due to out-of-control and record migration intakes and plummeting building approvals, which have crashed to 1980s levels,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. New data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on building approvals in February 2024 reveals: (charts over page) “Yesterday’s
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A Governor-general From The Chairman’s Lounge
4 April 2024

A Governor-general From The Chairman’s Lounge

This article was originally published in Australian Financial Review on or about 4 April 2024 and was written by the author in their capacity as a contributor for that publication.  It has been republished on the IPA website with permission. The views expressed are those of the author alone. The PM is truer than he knows when he says Sam Mostyn represents
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IPA Research: Internet Censorship Laws Must be Abandoned Due To Fact Checking Bias
1 April 2024

IPA Research: Internet Censorship Laws Must be Abandoned Due To Fact Checking Bias

“The federal government’s deeply flawed, anti-free speech misinformation laws must be shelved as new research has uncovered the entrenched bias of Australia’s main fact checking organisations,” said John Storey, Director of Law and Policy at the Institute of Public Affairs. Today, the IPA released a new report analysing the fact checking investigations undertaken by the three main fact checking organisations
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Fact Check Or Stacked Deck?
1 April 2024

Fact Check Or Stacked Deck?

Analysis of Australian fact checking organisations from 2019 to 2024 Under the federal government’s proposed Communications Legislation Amendment (Combatting Misinformation and Disinformation) Bill 2023, social media companies can be penalised by the Australian Communications and Media Authority for failing to remove “misinformation” and “disinformation” from their platforms. It is expected that the social media companies will outsource to fact checking
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Analysis Of Regional Population, Migration, And Housing Data
31 March 2024

Analysis Of Regional Population, Migration, And Housing Data

Institute of Public Affairs analysis of regional population data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics today reveal that in the 2023 financial year, demand for housing from net overseas migration alone exceeded the net new supply of housing nationwide. Nationwide housing supply data is provided by the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation’s (NHFIC) State of the Housing Report
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