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Mould and damp health costs are about 3 times those of sugary drinks. We need a healthy housing agenda
Australia is behind the eight ball on healthy housing. We do housing and we do health, but they sit in different portfolios of government and aren’t together in the (policy) room often enough. Read this article co-authored by Professor Emma Baker, the Stretton Institute's Building a City for the Future Research Program Director in full on The Conversation.
By Professor Adam Graycar | Director, Stretton Institute
Delivering good public policy is hard. Good public policy is distorted when integrity is lacking, or where corruption is present. When it is, policy objectives are damaged and trust is diminished. This policy brief provides a general framing of issues.
Beyond Politics: Past, Current and Potential Futures for GM Regulation and Oversight in Australia webinar Recording
The Stretton Institute hosted a webinar on policy and regulation associated with genetic modification (GM) of food and crops in Australia on 21 July 2020. A recording of the webinar now available for viewing.
COVID-19 caused unprecedented disruptions to education around the world. At its height, the pandemic affected over 90% of enrolled learners. On 28 May 2020, the Stretton Institute brought together an expert panel to discuss its impact on schooling, teaching and wellbeing. A recording of the webinar now available for viewing.
The recording of the Water Sharing in the Murray-Darling Basin: A Discussion with Mick Keelty webinar is now available
Professor Emma Baker and Professor Chris Leishman, Stretton Institute's Program Directors awarded two Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) COVID-19 Research Agenda projects. Congratulations Emma and Chris!
Professor Chris Leishman, the Stretton Institute's Economic Productivity through Population Research Program Director has joins the More Different Futures Network (MDFN)
The Stretton Institute hosted our first webinar under the Agrifood policy research program on 28 April 2020 - an expert panel discussion on COVID-19 on global food security. A recording of the panel discussion is now available.
The Good Governance: An Integrity Approach webinar presentation (6 April) by Dr. Nikolas Kirby is now available.
The presentation slides are now available from the Stretton Institute's first event, a seminar on Policy Analysis and Policy Advice: Perspectives from Canada by Professor Michael Howlett from Simon Fraser University (Vancouver)