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Corruption in Fisheries and Food Security

Fishing

By Professor Adam Graycar and Dr Jade Lindley 
 

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History and Public Policy: Learning from Hugh Stretton webinar recording

Hugh Stretton AC.

The Institute co-hosted a webinar with the Department of History today exploring Hugh Stretton's academic and professional legacy and his contribution to the discipline of History and to public policy. A recording of the webinar is now available for viewing

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The Digital Dilemma: Countering Foreign Interference

cyber-security

By Dr Melisssa-Ellen Dowling
 

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Mapping and Strengthening Australia's Integrity Systems webinar recording

Mapping Australia's Integrity system webinar

The Stretton Insitute hosted a webinar on Australia's integrity system on 27 October 2020. A recording of the webinar is now available for viewing.

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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.

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Integrity in Government

trust-puzzle

By Professor Adam Graycar 
 

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Opinion: public servants will devise ways to work around the rules — often with no evil intent at all

By Professor Adam Graycar

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Beyond Politics: Past, Current and Potential Futures for GM Regulation and Oversight in Australia webinar Recording

Seedlings

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.

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COVID-19 and its impact on schooling, teaching and student wellbeing webinar recording

classroom-teaching

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.

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Identifying risk factors associated with adolescent cyber-deviance in Australia: Implications for Policy and Practice

By Russell Brewer, Tyson Whitten, Morgan Sayer, Colette Langos

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