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  • When Helping Hurts: PTSD in first responders - Cover detail
    When Helping Hurts: PTSD in first responders
    Posted: June 27, 2018

    The Australian Federal Police (AFP), Australia21 and FearLess Outreach launch Australia’s first report on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among Australia’s front line emergency personnel. ‘When Helping Hurts: PTSD in First Responders’, explores more effective ways of preventing the debilitating consequences of traumatic stress, and improving mental health outcomes.

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  • Matthew Hadfield at MDSC2018
    Medical students explore the science of mindfulness, empathy & compassion
    Posted: June 25, 2018

    Neuroscientific research and expert clinical experience show emotions influence every decision we make, so new doctors need to be mindful of the impacts. Dr Lynne Reeder, Founder of Australia21’s Mindful Futures Network, led a symposium on the subject at Melbourne University’s MD Student Conference.

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  • Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
    Tax cut warning as inequality rises again
    Posted: June 23, 2018

    The Goverment’s planned tax cuts will increase inequality, according to a new report released as part of an Australia21/The Australia Institute roundtable with leading thinkers. Are you also concerned about inequality and other public policy problems? Say ‘yes’ to smarter policy solutions by supporting Australia21.

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  • Graph: Income growth of the top and 5th decile
    Excessive inequality does have solutions
    Posted: June 18, 2018

    Economic inequality in Australia is going from bad to worse, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Bright minds have been working to find smart solutions at a Roundtable discussion at Parliament House in Canberra hosted by Australia21, The Australia Institute and former Treasurer, Hon Wayne Swan MP.

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  • AFP forensics officers on scene
    Inequality, PTSD & doctor training: a record month
    Posted: June 12, 2018

    June 2018 is shaping up to be one of Australia21’s busiest months on record! We’ll be taking a good hard look at inequality in Australia, launching a groundbreaking report on PTSD among first responders, and sharing our work on PTSD and mindfulness with doctors of the future.

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  • Manuel Cardoso photo
    What if police stopped arresting people for drug use? First hand account
    Posted: May 31, 2018

    Manuel Cardoso, the man who reformed Portugal’s drug policy, tells Australians that values including humanism, pragmatism and cooperation were are the heart of the legal change that put a stop to criminal convictions for personal use, reducing direct and indirect drug harms.

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  • AFP photo of helicopter above oil rig
    Senate breaks ice on climate security: now for urgent action
    Posted: May 24, 2018

    Australian politicians have again failed the community by refusing to confront the implications of climate change for Australia’s national security. The immediate threat to our country, our world and our very existence now needs to be met with visionary leadership and urgent action.

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  • Budget 2018: title page of government video
    Budget 2018: lacking vision and values
    Posted: May 15, 2018

    The Federal Budget is a reflection of the vision and values of the government of the day. So what does the 2018 Budget say about Australia’s current leadership and the direction it’s setting for our nation? Australia21 has unpacked the policy decisions and the messages they convey, as well as the post-Budget commentary. Now Chair, Paul Barratt, delivers our verdict.

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