14 April 2020
Imagine, No Magna Carta
All over the world, millions of people are being subjected by their respective governments to an untested social experiment which is decimating their societies. This experiment involves locking people up in their homes but fining them if they dare to go out for more than one walk or sit down for too long on a park bench. This experiment is
11 July 2017
The Magna Carta; The Journey to Australia
The untold story of how a copy of the 1297 Magna Carta made its way from England to Canberra.
4 July 2017
Volume 2. ‘The Castle’ in 18th Century Australia
Just six months after the arrival of the First Fleet in Botany Bay in 1788, one event in particular demonstrates just how important the concept of the rule of law was to the British founders of the colony of New South Wales. This is the remarkable story of two convicts, a ship’s captain and a missing package.
21 June 2017
The British Heritage Of Our Freedoms: The Untold Stories
As part of the Foundations of Western Civilisation Program, the Institute of Public Affairs has produced a series of short films which explain the important role that British Institutions have played in shaping our nation. “Civil society, liberal democracy, constitutional government, the rule of law and individual rights are all essential features of our free society,“ said Dr Bella d’Abrera,
21 June 2017
Volume 1. The Magna Carta in Australia
The Magna Carta is the founding document of individual liberty, the rule of law, and parliamentary democracy. It is the very document which planted the seeds of political freedom for all and the concept of individual rights which we enjoy in Australia today. To find out more about the Magna Carta, please visit www.ipamagnacarta.org.au