Universities: The Governance Trap And What To Do About It

Author: Margaret Thornton is Professor of Law at the Australian National University Continue reading

Creative Cities

Author: Mary Delahunty is the Victorian Planning Minister Continue reading

Modern Labor: A Tradition of Change

Author: Mark Latham is Federal Leader of the Opposition. This address was delivered to the Australian Fabian Society Rememberance Day Dinner, 19 November 2004, Melbourne. Continue reading

Taxing Federalism: The Australian Federation in its Second Century

Author: The Hon David Hamill served as Treasurer in the Beattie Government Continue reading

The Loss of Democracy in Tasmania

Richard Flanagan, Lindsay Tuffin and Peter Hay Continue reading

Diversifying the ABC

Author: Tony Moore is Commissioning Editor of Pluto Press and currently completing a University of Sydney doctorate in Australian cultural history. He was member of the ABC National Advisory Council between 1986 and 1988 and a program maker in ABC Television from 1988 to 1997, working in documentaries and current affairs) Continue reading

Future Broadcasting

Author: The Hon. Lindsay Tanner, MP, Shadow Minister for Communications. This addressed was delivered as part of the Autumn Lectures Series, 5 April 2004. Continue reading

At Arm's Length? The ABC as a Statutory Authority.

Author: Ken Inglis is Visiting Fellow, Australian National University. His book 'This is the ABC. The Australian Broadcasting Commission 1932-1983' was commissioned by the ABC, and he is now writing off his own bat a book on the years since 1983 - preferred title: 'At arm's length? The ABC as a statutory authority' - to be published by Black Ink Inc in 2005. Continue reading

Catching the Wave: The Why and How of Social-Democratic Renewal

Author: Fred Argy. Paper Presented at the Australian Fabian Society Conversazione on 'Catching the Wave: The Why and How of Social-Democratic Renewal', Melbourne, 9 December, 2003 Continue reading

A Certain Maritime Incident - the aftermath

Author: Senator John Faulkner is Shadow Special Minister of State and Home Affairs Continue reading