Monica Wilkie

Policy Analyst

Monica Wilkie

Monica has a Bachelor of Arts in English and History from the University of Newcastle and a Master of Media Practice from the University of Sydney. She has worked as a media analyst where she was responsible for providing analysis to a variety of government and private sector clients. While studying her Masters Monica was a part of a university initiative to cover the 2016 federal election. Monica has a passion for modern history and political philosophy.


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Media & Commentary

  • No basis in bias science 13 September 2018 | The Spectator
    News that the Australian Taxation Office has been running unconscious bias training courses raises the question: why are taxpayers footing the bill for a potentially flawed psychological test? The course uses the Harvard Implicit Association Test, which employs image and word association…
    News that the Australian Taxation Office has been running unconscious bias training courses raises the question: why are taxpayers footing the bill for a potentially flawed psychological test? The course uses the Harvard Implicit Association Test, which employs image and word association…
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  • No basis in bias science 07 September 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    News that the Australian Taxation Office has been running unconscious bias training (UBT) courses raises the question: why are taxpayers footing the bill for a potentially flawed psychological test? The course uses the Harvard Implicit Association Test (IAT), which employs…
    News that the Australian Taxation Office has been running unconscious bias training (UBT) courses raises the question: why are taxpayers footing the bill for a potentially flawed psychological test? The course uses the Harvard Implicit Association Test (IAT), which employs…
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  • Straw bans and straw men 27 July 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    Decisions should be made with the best available evidence. From our elected representatives to faceless bureaucrats, to corporations — whose political leanings are increasingly effecting our lives — even if we don’t like the decisions, we like to believe they…
    Decisions should be made with the best available evidence. From our elected representatives to faceless bureaucrats, to corporations — whose political leanings are increasingly effecting our lives — even if we don’t like the decisions, we like to believe they…
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