09 May 2013 | PM135
Latest Publications

Changing the Narrative
Jacinta Nampijinpa Price
01 June 2019

Prospectus for the CIS Indigenous Research Program  Despite meaningful intentions by government and NGOs to close the gap, the billions of dollars spent have not achieved their goal. In order to begin to solve the issues faced by Australia’s most marginalised citizens, the narrative must change.  It must become a narrative built on fact, not popular opinion or political correctness.

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The End of Chaos? Global Markets in the Information Era
11 November 1999 | OP72

The Sixteenth Annual John Bonython Lecture delivered by Jerry Jordan The 16th Annual John Bonython Lecturer, Dr Jerry Jordan, argues that markets will be at the heart of a 21st century order – an age of markets.

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Another Look at the Culture Cringe
L.J. Hulme
07 July 1993 | OP45

The notion of the Australian cultural cringe is one of the myths that undermine the vigour of our social and intellectual life. According to legend, Australian colonials were ‘inert, deferential and passive’ before the overseas powers, especially Britain, but this dismal state of affairs changed for the better during the 1960s and early 1970s. The late L.J. Hume’s painstaking analysis…

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