Australia21 supports the call for leaders around the world to recognise and reinforce independent research, free of political interference. Below is an open letter published by eminent Australian scientists and their […]
Paul Barratt AO, Chair of Australia21: Whatever the policy, it needs to be coherent. The whole raison d’etre of Australia21, our core purpose, is to contribute to the development […]
2017 is shaping up to be a big year for Australia21. More than ever we need think tanks working for the public good, developing and promoting public policy based on […]
Our 2015-16 Annual Report is now available. Did you know we mobilised 1,317 hours of pro bono contributions to contribute to three major projects and three smaller projects, as well as to advise and help to develop five other projects. And that’s just in 2015-16.
With a near dead heat in the race to form government, why does there have to be only one winner? Why can’t we all be winners drawing on the strengths of all our politicians, not just half of them? In the wake of the federal election, Australia21 Directors, Ian Dunlop and Bob Douglas argue for a new style of politics in the public interest.