Immigration

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Migration Levels Too High
9 November 2023

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Migration Levels Too High

See below for show notes: Former Prime Minister and Distinguished Fellow of the IPA, Tony Abbott, and the IPA’s Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild discuss Australia’s record high migration intake, and why it must be cut, and Tony shares his unique perspective on the international situation regarding the Middle East and Ukraine. Find out more at australia.ipa.org.au
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Daniel Wild On 5AA Mornings Discussing IPA Migration Analysis – 30 October 2023
30 October 2023

Daniel Wild On 5AA Mornings Discussing IPA Migration Analysis – 30 October 2023

On October 30, the Institute of Public Affairs’ Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild joined Matthew Pantelis on FiveAA Mornings to discuss IPA analysis on immigration, which shows how record migration levels are exacerbating Australia’s housing shortage. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research Below is a transcript of
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Employment White paper Must Focus On Getting More Australians Into Work Over Lazy Migration-only Approach
20 September 2023

Employment White paper Must Focus On Getting More Australians Into Work Over Lazy Migration-only Approach

“The failure to remove tax and red tape barriers stopping pensioners, veterans and students from working must be addressed as a priority in the federal government’s Employment White Paper to be released next week,” said Saxon Davidson, Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. IPA research has shown that $32 billion in wages is foregone each year as tax
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Record Numbers Arrive To Severe Lack of Housing
20 September 2023

Record Numbers Arrive To Severe Lack of Housing

In this article, Kevin You contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australia’s housing shortage and how that affects Australia’s economic freedom and prosperity. The IPA has been dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic freedom through research and analysis since its inception in 1943. You know there is a problem when even the most
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The Astonishingly Woke Australian Academy Of Science
30 August 2023

The Astonishingly Woke Australian Academy Of Science

In this article, Dr Peter Ridd contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into the Great Barrier Reef, conducted as part of the IPA’s Project for Real Science Program. The Project for Real Science is an initiative of the Institute of Public Affairs to rebuild the integrity of scientific research in Australia. The Australian Academy of Science (AAS)
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Labor’s ‘same job, same pay’ reforms would wreck Australia’s ‘boom and bust’ economy, and leave the rest of us to pick up the pieces
24 August 2023

Labor’s ‘same job, same pay’ reforms would wreck Australia’s ‘boom and bust’ economy, and leave the rest of us to pick up the pieces

In this article, Saxon Davdson contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into immigration and its effect on housing shortages, and how this affects Australia’s economic freedom and prosperity. The IPA has been dedicated to preserving and strengthening the foundations of economic freedom through research and analysis since its inception in 1943. National Cabinet was a missed opportunity
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Nearly Half Of Melbourne’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Nearly Half Of Melbourne’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Melburnians already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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Almost One-Third Of Brisbane’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost One-Third Of Brisbane’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Queenslanders already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

Almost Half Of Hobart’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Hobartians already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028
18 July 2023

79% Of Sydney’s New Housing Supply Needed For International Students To 2028

“Sydneysiders already face rising rents, more costly mortgages, and ever deteriorating services and infrastructure that will only be made worse by the announced unplanned jump in its international student intake,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director at the Institute of Public Affairs. New research released today from the IPA shows the impact the federal government’s unplanned rise in net international
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