The Voice To Parliament

Undemocratic, Unfair, Complex And Divisive – An Analysis Of The Calma-Langton Report
16 June 2023

Undemocratic, Unfair, Complex And Divisive – An Analysis Of The Calma-Langton Report

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has provided little detail about how his proposed Indigenous-only Voice to Parliament will work in practice. When pressed for more detail about this proposed amendment to the Australian Constitution, the Prime Minister’s only response has been frequent, direct, and explicit references to the model developed through a Voice Co-design process (‘the Calma-Langton Model Voice’) and published
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Analysis Of The Calma-langton Report Shows How Radical And Divisive Voice Will Be
16 June 2023

Analysis Of The Calma-langton Report Shows How Radical And Divisive Voice Will Be

“It is becoming clearer by the day that Australians are sick and tired of being treated like fools by Voice to Parliament advocates who simply refuse to explain what changing our Constitution will mean for our nation,” said John Storey, Director of the Institute of Public Affairs’ Legal Rights Program. It has become a hallmark of the referendum campaign that
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It’s The Constitution, It’s The Vibe… It’s Water Justice
15 June 2023

It’s The Constitution, It’s The Vibe… It’s Water Justice

In this article, Brianna McKee 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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‘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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Scott Hargreaves On Credlin – How Politics Has No Place In Sport Sky News Australia
2 June 2023

Scott Hargreaves On Credlin – How Politics Has No Place In Sport Sky News Australia

On June 2, IPA Executive Director Scott Hargreaves discusses with Steve Price on Sky News Australia how Australians are sick and tired of politics being injected into their favourite sports. Sport is a critical part of Australia’s social fabric, which for generations has brought our nation together, yet is now being used by a privileged elite as a weapon of
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Daniel Wild On The Rita Panahi Show – How Australians Do Not Want Politics Being In Sport Sky News Australia
2 June 2023

Daniel Wild On The Rita Panahi Show – How Australians Do Not Want Politics Being In Sport Sky News Australia

On June 2, IPA Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild discusses with Rita Panahi on Sky News Australia how Australians are sick and tired of politics being injected into their favourite sports. All media appearances posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Rita Panahi: Welcome
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Response To Incorrect And Highly Misleading AAP Fact Check Article
1 May 2023

Response To Incorrect And Highly Misleading AAP Fact Check Article

Dear Ms Atkinson Response to incorrect and highly misleading AAP Fact Check article. This letter is to respond to an article published by the AAP on April 19, 2023. The article is entitled “Voice comparisons with NZ tribunal are just wrong” and was published on the “Fact Check” page of the AAP’s website. The article makes serious allegations that the
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Response To Incorrect RMIT ABC Fact Check Article
28 April 2023

Response To Incorrect RMIT ABC Fact Check Article

Dear Mr Skelton and Professor Cameron Response to incorrect RMIT ABC Fact Check article This letter is in response to an article entitled “Does New Zealand’s parliament really play second fiddle to a ‘Māori Voice’?” which appeared in the RMIT ABC Fact Check weekly newsletter “Check Mate” on 14 April 2023 and published on the ABC website. The article makes
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Scott Hargreaves Discusses The Voice on Credlin
27 April 2023

Scott Hargreaves Discusses The Voice on Credlin

On April 21, IPA Executive Director Scott Hargreaves discussed The Voice to Parliament on Credlin. Below is a transcript of the interview. Corey: It’s been a busy end to the business week. And joining me now to talk about the news is James Ashby, chief of staff to Pauline Hanson, and Scott Hargreaves, the executive director of the Institute of
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Voice To Parliament Research Report Provided To The Parliamentary Joint Committee Into The Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Voice Referendum
1 April 2023

Voice To Parliament Research Report Provided To The Parliamentary Joint Committee Into The Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Voice Referendum

Later in 2023 Australians will be asked to make a permanent change to the nation’s Constitution. The change will insert into the Constitution an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to represent and be comprised solely of Indigenous Australians. The social, political and legal consequences of this permanent change are explored in this submission. On 23 March 2023 Prime Minister
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