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Grape growers are adapting to climate shifts early - and their knowledge can help other farmers

By Bill Skinner, Douglas Bardsley and Georgina Drew

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Repairing Australia’s integrity: reform priorities after the 2022 federal election

Integrity was a deciding issue in the 2022 federal election campaign. Will this be a turning point for citizen trust and Australia’s reputation, after Australia’s
fall on Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index to its lowest point ever?

The Morrison Government’s inability to produce a suitable model for a federal anti-corruption commission in 2018-22 proved pivotal in tipping Australians to
change the government, but what next for that reform, and what else is needed to arrest our sliding national integrity performance and restore public trust?

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Hugh Stretton Oration 2022

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

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When is a Gift a Bribe

By Adam Graycar and David Jancsics

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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.  Grappling with issues such as whether cultural policy should focus nationally or locally, how to shift cultural policy from industrial policy to public service, how inclusive it could be, and how building for the future might take place, three distinguished speakers survey the landscape. They will provide an overview of the settings for Cultural Policy in Australia and also explore how the substructure can be nurtured.

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Sustainable catch: navigating global fisheries crime

By Adam Graycar

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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

By Anne Barnhill and Matteo Bonotti

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Developing tools to detect and combat child sexual abuse

Connections

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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Healthy Eating Policy and Political Philosophy

Healthy Eating

The Food Values Research Group and the Stretton Institute co-hosted a webinar on 22 February 2022 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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Joining the “Barty party” in foreign and defence policy

By Joanne Wallis and Rebecca Strating.

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