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.
Rebecca Ananian-Welsh writes in The Conversation (5.6.19) about the recent series of raids by Australian Federal Police on journalists and the ABC, arguing that these actions
In the wake of the 2019 federal election, at which Queensland voters swung to the Coalition and Labor’s standing took a hit, Jason Wilson writes in
Throughout the 2019 federal election campaign, The Conversation is running a series of articles examining the key political issues and policy debates arising each day, with analysis from
In the first of a new series examining the Coalition government’s record on key policy issues, Rob Manwaring writes in The Conversation (8.4.19) that, in terms
The ABC’s Brett Worthington reports (26.3.19) on revelations that Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Party sought millions of dollars in political donations from US gun lobby groups, including the
Anne Twomey writes in The Conversation (12.2.19) about the passage of the so-called asylum seeker ‘medevac’ bill through the House of Representatives, suggesting that the federal government’s
Vanessa Whittaker and colleagues comment on the ABC’s website (8.2.19) about the aversion in Australian politics – predominantly on the conservative side – to promote women
The ABC’s Allyson Horn reports (1.1.19) on the release by the Queensland State Archives of the 1988 Cabinet papers of the Ahern government. The documents show
Katharine Murphy reports in The Guardian (26.12.18) that, while Australia has not succumbed to the populism shaking other western democracies, the major parties here – and especially
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