The TJ Ryan Foundation produces reports and commentary on a range of current issues in Queensland public policy. It will generate major reports on select topics of particular interest for the people of Queensland, as well as provide commentary on current events and papers published elsewhere.
Amy Remeikis reports in the Brisbane Times (6.8.16) on planned changes to Queensland’s adoption laws to allow same-sex couples the right to adopt children, bringing the
Rick Sarre writes in The Conversation (19.7.16) about legislative options available to bolster the defence of civil freedoms, in the face of continued racial and, especially,
Amy Remeikis resports in the Brisbane Times (20.5.16) on the progress being made by the state government to redress entrenched inequality and discrimination against Queensland’s lesbian
Mark Humphrey-Jenner writes in The Conversation (17.5.16) about the issue of marriage equality, and what part it might play in the federal election campaign. He argues
Hobbs and Trotter examine the Newman Government’s legislative agenda, and illustrate that ‘each reform is a step backward that unravels centuries of gradually calculated reform aimed
Professor Graeme Orr writes in Policy Briefing Online (12.8.14) that the recent debate over freedom of speech ‘has mostly been self-serving. Much of it has been
Mark Lauchs examines the claim that Queensland bikie laws will infringe civil liberties. ‘The legislation specifically targets people who are associated with named outlaw motorcycle gangs.
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