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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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Dutton Needs His Own Version Of Fightback
15 February 2024

Dutton Needs His Own Version Of Fightback

This article was originally published in Australian Financial Review on or about 15 February 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. As the Coalition tries to work out a way forward on tax, the
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Canberra Isn’t Listening To Indigenous Voices On Remote Education
17 August 2023

Canberra Isn’t Listening To Indigenous Voices On Remote Education

Hypocrisy within government undermines the credibility of policymakers, erodes public trust, wastes precious time, and squanders taxpayer funds. An example of this is the federal government’s decision to spend upwards of $380 million to conduct the referendum for the Voice to Parliament proposal, while simultaneously cutting funding to remote schools serving Indigenous communities, and cancelling plans to build two much
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Plan To Further Regulate The Casual Economy Will Exacerbate Australia’s $32 Billion Worker Shortage Crisis
22 July 2023

Plan To Further Regulate The Casual Economy Will Exacerbate Australia’s $32 Billion Worker Shortage Crisis

In this article, Saxon Davidson contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into Australia’s worker shortage crisis 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. The crackdown on casual work touted as part of
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‘Tricks’ Used To Silence Debate On The Voice
6 June 2023

‘Tricks’ Used To Silence Debate On The Voice

In this article, John Storey contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into the similarities between the Waitangi Tribunal and the proposed Voice to Parliament, conducted as part of the IPA’s analysis of the Voice to Parliament. The IPA has been researching the consequences a potential Voice to Parliament would have to the political freedom, liberty, and equality
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New Zealand Shows Us How The Voice Will Work
27 March 2023

New Zealand Shows Us How The Voice Will Work

In this article, John Storey contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into the similarities between the Waitangi Tribunal and the proposed Voice to Parliament, conducted as part of the IPA’s analysis of the Voice to Parliament. The IPA has been researching the consequences a potential Voice to Parliament would have to the political freedom, liberty, and equality
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Voice Activists Speaking Out Of Both Sides Of Their Mouth
10 March 2023

Voice Activists Speaking Out Of Both Sides Of Their Mouth

In this article, Morgan  Begg contextualises and disseminates the findings of the IPA’s research into the similarities between the Waitangi Tribunal and the proposed Voice to Parliament, conducted as part of the IPA’s analysis of the Voice to Parliament. The IPA has been researching the consequences a potential Voice to Parliament would have to the political freedom, liberty, and equality
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Letter to the Prime Minister On The Interference Of Big Tech In ‘The Voice’ Debate
1 March 2023

Letter to the Prime Minister On The Interference Of Big Tech In ‘The Voice’ Debate

Dear Prime Minister The Federal government must ensure the Voice to Parliament debate is free and fair The Institute of Public Affairs was founded in 1943 as a non-profit educational research organisation with the objectives: to further the individual, social, political, and economic freedom of the Australian people; and to maintain and enhance the Australian way of life. A central
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Prime Minister Must Be Transparent On Superannuation
24 February 2023

Prime Minister Must Be Transparent On Superannuation

“The Prime Minister’s silence was deafening when he refused on several occasions to be transparent with Australians about the generous pension provisions for politicians who are set to change superannuation rules for the rest of us,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. This morning, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, under sustained questioning, refused to give
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Australians Support A Free And Fair Debate On The Voice
10 February 2023

Australians Support A Free And Fair Debate On The Voice

“Opposition Leader Peter Dutton was right to pressure the Prime Minister into distributing critical information on the proposed Voice to Parliament to all households, ensuring there is a free and fair debate,” said John Storey, Research Fellow of the Institute of Public Affairs. The Federal Government’s backflip on its plan to prohibit the distribution of a pamphlet setting out the
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