As the year comes to a close, Australia21 is proud to release our 2016-17 Annual Report. We did a lot with very little over the period, running nationally significant projects, boosting our profile and calibrating the goals that will keep us powering on through 2017-2018.
The final Australia21 Board meeting of 2017 was a rare opportunity to meet face-to-face. The time together sowed the seeds for new approaches and themes, while revealing fresh sources of energy and providing a strong foundation for the work to come in 2018.
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‘Growing concern over rising inequality has renewed interest in the effects of inequality on health’ says Richard Eckersley, Australia21 Director, ‘But the science is not as straightforward as many think.’ […]
A21 Director Alex Wodak links illicit drug demand with inequality:
If we in Australia want lower levels of illicit drugs use and problems, we will have to reduce our high level of inequality. This may seem counter-intuitive to some but there are many examples of dangerous health conditions being conquered as much by improved social conditions as by powerful medical treatments.
We’d like to announce the launch of our new Australia21 inequality mobile application. Through this app, you can learn more about inequality in Australia by reading our report, discussion paper, recommendations and browsing the gallery for our short videos, infographics and quotes. The application free and is available now through iTunes and Google Play.
At Parliament House on 11 June Dr John Hewson AM launched the report Advance Australia Fair? What to do about growing inequality in Australia, written by Bob Douglas, Sharon Friel, […]
Australia21 and The Australia Institute convened a roundtable at Parliament House on January 31 to consider the question “What should be done about growing Australian inequality?” The meeting had before it a discussion paper prepared by Professor Sharon Friel from ANU and Dr Richard Denniss from The Australia Institute entitled “Unfair economic arrangements make us sick”. It is planned to release the report of the roundtable in April 2014