diversity

The ‘Anti-discrimination’ Bandwagon – Coming To A School Near You
6 March 2023

The ‘Anti-discrimination’ Bandwagon – Coming To A School Near You

In this article, Brianna McKee contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into religious freedom, conducted as part of the IPA’s Foundations of Western Civilisation Program. The Foundations of Western Civilisation Program was established in 2011 to defend and extend Australians’ understanding of the influential, historical role of the West in establishing many of the liberties enjoyed by
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Checked Out: When Activism Quarantines Common Sense
13 August 2020

Checked Out: When Activism Quarantines Common Sense

If you want to know what is going wrong in Victoria, all you need do is look at a job being advertised on Seek by the state’s Department of Justice and Community Safety. The department wishes to hire a “director, inclusion and intersectionality”, for which it is offering a generous salary of $192,800-$249,700 plus superannuation. According to the ad, the
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13 September 2019

Rule Of Law Gets Lost In Commissions

If you were to ask the average CEO of the average ASX 100 company to talk for 10 minutes about climate change or Indigenous recognition they would easily be able to do so. If you asked them to talk about ‘diversity’ those 10 minutes would likely stretch to 20 minutes or even half an hour. That is of course unless
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Diversity Dangers In The Boardroom
18 May 2018

Diversity Dangers In The Boardroom

The ideology of identity politics, the theory that individuals should be judged not on their personal merits but according to their gender, race, and class, has escaped from university lecture theatres and hit corporate boardrooms. The Australian Stock Exchange wants at least 30 per cent of company directors of each of our 300 largest listed companies to be women. The Labor
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