The Voice To Parliament

Voice To Parliament Referendum Must Be Free And Fair For Everyone
27 October 2022

Voice To Parliament Referendum Must Be Free And Fair For Everyone

“The revelation the Albanese Government hid special financial support for the ‘yes’ campaign for the Voice to Parliament in the Budget is further evidence that the deck is being stacked by Australia’s governing class on the referendum,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. Page 17 of Budget Paper Number No. 2 shows the Federal
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Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Big Tech’s Challenge to Australian Democracy
10 October 2022

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: Big Tech’s Challenge to Australian Democracy

See below for show notes: Former Prime Minister and Distinguished Fellow of the IPA Tony Abbott and Deputy Executive Director Daniel Wild discuss the recent events surrounding Andrew Thorburn and his resignation as CEO of the Essendon Football Club, and how this is emblematic of contemporary society’s hostility towards Christianity and religion in general. Tony and Daniel reflect on their
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IPA Sends Research Video To Federal MP’s On Indigenous Voice
29 September 2022

IPA Sends Research Video To Federal MP’s On Indigenous Voice

“An indigenous-only voice to parliament will do nothing but permanently divide Australians by race,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs. This week, the Institute of Public Affairs sent to all Federal MPs a new research video about the social consequences of an indigenous-only voice to parliament. “It is incumbent on Federal MPs to oppose
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IPA Poll: Australians Want Race Taken Out Of The Constitution Not Put Back In
2 September 2022

IPA Poll: Australians Want Race Taken Out Of The Constitution Not Put Back In

“A growing majority of Australians share the egalitarian belief, fundamental to the Australian way of life, that we are all equal and that race has no place in our constitution,” said Morgan Begg, the Director of the Legal Rights Program at the Institute of Public Affairs. A poll undertaken in July, by marketing research firm Dynata, asked Australians to agree
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The Question Of Simplicity
10 August 2022

The Question Of Simplicity

The vote for an indigenous voice has been made easy but what powers it eventually has are still unclear Anthony Albanese should be commended for keeping the referendum question that would establish a permanent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice  simple. As the PM said, it is a “momentous change but it is also a very simple one”. Because it
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Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: The Australian Flag is for All Australians
28 June 2022

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: The Australian Flag is for All Australians

See below for show notes: Former prime minister and Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Public Affairs Tony Abbott, and director of research at the IPA Daniel Wild discuss the divisive move by Adam Bandt to refuse to stand in front of the Australian flag at a recent press conference; why a ‘treaty’ between the Victorian government and indigenous Victorians
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The Indigenous Voice To Parliament Has the Potential To Be Divisive
12 June 2022

The Indigenous Voice To Parliament Has the Potential To Be Divisive

Indigenous Australians are Australians Voice. Treaty. Truth. These are the words used to describe the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP) main policy for Indigenous Australians. Now that the ALP has claimed power in Canberra after nine years in opposition, it is time to consider what these words mean genuinely. The Labor party policy platform notes a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament is
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Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: An Indigenous Voice Will Divide Australians by Race Forever
8 June 2022

Australia’s Future with Tony Abbott: An Indigenous Voice Will Divide Australians by Race Forever

See below for show notes: Former prime minister and Distinguished Fellow of the IPA Tony Abbott and IPA director of research Daniel Wild discuss how an Indigenous-only body in parliament would divide Australians by race forever and would become a third chamber of parliament; Australia’s emerging energy crisis which is the product of net zero and red tape; why Australians
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Climate Accord An Undemocratic Stitch-Up
9 May 2022

Climate Accord An Undemocratic Stitch-Up

“Jim Chalmers’ proposed ‘accord’ on climate policy is an elitist stitch-up between the big end of town which is getting wealthy off green subsidies at the expense of the jobs of mainstream Australians,” said Daniel Wild, Director of Research at the Institute of Public Affairs. Today the Australian Financial Review reported that should Labor win government, Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers
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Voice Referendum A Betrayal Of 1967 Legacy
12 April 2022

Voice Referendum A Betrayal Of 1967 Legacy

“Holding a referendum on an Indigenous voice to parliament on the anniversary of the 1967 referendum is a backwards and retrograde step which will destroy the progress to racial equality started in 1967 and divide Australians by race forever,” said Morgan Begg, Director of the Legal Rights Program at the Institute of Public Affairs. It was reported today that a
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