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.
Australia21 Directors, Paul Barratt (Chair) and Ian Dunlop, are two initial signatories amongst more than 20 prominent Australians and others who have signed the Climate Emergency Declaration calling on Parliament […]
It’s on! Australians will head to the polling booths to elect a national government on 2 July 2016. Let’s make sure we know what we’re voting for. Here, in one-page […]
You are invited to a special one hour briefing and experiential workshop on the Australia21 Empathy Project by the project leader, Lynne Reeder, PhD on Thursday 12 May at 1.00pm. […]
Meet four Australia21 Directors as they explain who we are and what we do in this short video.
Voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide are important yet ethically challenging issues in contemporary Australian society. ABC’s ‘Australian Story’ featured Dr Rodney Syme, a medical practitioner who has campaigned to legalise […]
Newly appointed Australia21 Honorary Youth Advisor, Rebecca Bunn, provides a young person’s perspective on the Four Corners’ story, Dying to Dance, and the illicit drugs debate. Read on below or […]