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State failures and successes in addressing water insecurity: policy perspectives

By some estimates, just under half of the global population lives in areas that suffer from water scarcity.

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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

The Food Values Research Group and the Stretton Institute will be co-hosting a webinar to discuss Assoc Prof Anne Barnhill and Dr Matteo Bonotti’s upcoming book Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy: A Public Reason Approach.

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Developing tools to detect and combat child sexual abuse

There is considerable evidence to suggest that global demand for child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is growing. Consistent with this demand, is a surge in the volume of CSAM available online, including static imagery and, increasingly, pre-recorded and live-stream video.

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Preventing corruption in government: international and national perspectives

The last twelve months have witnessed a growing international momentum against corruption. This has taken place while the response to COVID has provided many opportunities for corruption. Like the pandemic, corruption is a global phenomenon.

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Australian Cultural Policy Now: from quick fixes to long-term progress

Performing Arts

With the performing arts reeling from the impact of COVID, this webinar explores a pathway forward. 

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Hugh Stretton Oration

Australia Fair: is the playing field fair for women and girls?

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