Partners, sponsors and clients

At Australia21, we believe that big ideas matter – and our role is to harness those ideas into coherent policy directions. Through a collaborative interdisciplinary approach designed to expand the scope of public discourse, we act as a conduit between ground-breaking, evidence-based research and the formation of effective policy.

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We cannot do this alone. We rely on the support of our partners, sponsors and clients to bring the results of our work to the public arena.


Recent and current corporate partners include:

          • Price Waterhouse Coopers
          • Mecu Bank
          • Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Adelaide
          • Health Law Research Centre at the Queensland University of Technology
          • National Climate Change Adaptation Resource Network
          • Natural Resources Conservation League of Australia
          • Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU
          • The Australia Institute

To find out more about becoming a partner in Australia21’s work download our Corporate Partnership Brochure (coming soon) and our Corporate Partnership Prospectus. (coming soon)


Sponsors provide funds to support our work. Current and recent sponsors include:

                • The University of Melbourne
                • The Australian National University
                • Australian Unity
                • Public Health Association of Australia
                • Oikoumene Foundation
                • Parents and Friends of Drug Law Reform
                • Quakers Canberra
                • Ian Potter Foundation
                • Scully Foundation
                • Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department
                • ACT Government



While the majority of our work is generated from our own analysis of the big issues facing Australia we do accept commissions to research and recommend on behalf of a client, where the project is in line with Australia21’s purpose.

Our recent clients include:

                    • Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
                    • Victoria Police
                    • South Australian Department of Health


More information

To discuss the best way for your organisation to connect with Australia21’s work contact Anne Quinn at or on 02 6288 0823.


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