Going solar: renewing Australia’s electricity options Australian Policy Online (APO) is a research database and alert service from Swinburne University, which provides free access to research reports, statistics and other resources. APO captured the latest landmark report from CPD research director Laura… more
New CPD online media resource addresses misinformation. Experts in this complex field of refugee and immigration policy, CPD fellows John Menadue, Arja Keski-Nummi and Kate Gauthier collaborated on a unique online media resource, which seeks to clarify some of the… more
ABC Radio ‘AM’ program features new CPD report on ABC RN and ABC Local stations CPD Sustainable Economy Research Director Laura Eadie joined Tony Eastley, Sarah Clarke and beef farmer Rod Hoare on ABC Radio to speak about CPD’s new report,… more
ABC Religion and Ethics published an original opinion piece by Dr James Whelan to mark the release of the new CPD report, Big Society and Australia. Entitled From Big Society to good society: Are there lessons for Australia? the article… more
Tony Moore provides a credible option for ending the terms of partisan appointments to the ABC board, and shows how we can rescue the public broadcasting debate from the culture wars.
CPD Director Miriam Lyons and fellow Emma Dawson will join international researchers to present a workshop titled Narratives of Inclusion: Multiculturalism versus Plural Monoculturalism in Liberal Democracies at the 12th International Metropolis Conference on Migration, Economic Growth and Social Cohesion… more
The only media owners capable of putting the public interest above their own are those who can afford to', argues Leonard McDonnell, so supporters of quality journalism should give up on diversity of media ownership.
The 2004 Tsunami exposed a deep rift between our scientists and our communicators, writes Leonard McDonnell. We need to find new ways of getting information out of the journals and into the broadsheets if we are to reap the benefits… more
In this draft discussion paper Emma Dawson and Miriam Lyons outline the basic principles that should underpin our public broadcasting policy, and suggest some ways to better equip the ABC and SBS to meet the needs of Australian citizens.