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Corruption in Fisheries and Food Security

Fishing nets

By Professor Adam Graycar | Director, Stretton Institute and Dr Jade Lindley | Senior Lecturer, University of Western Australia
Healthy and abundantly stocked oceans suitable for fisheries and tourism are vital for our region. Fisheries will continue as the main source of protein in the future, and securing sustainability is fundamental for food security.
This policy brief provides an overview of the issues around corruption in fisheries and the impacts on food security.

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The Digital Dilemma: Countering Foreign Interference

cyber-security

By Melisssa-Ellen Dowling | Research Fellow, Department of Politics and International Relations
Digitization of democratic processes in Australia induces new vulnerabilities that malign foreign entities can exploit to the detriment of our democratic sovereignty. Problems such as inauthenticity, data insecurity, and disinformation are amplified in today’s epoch of ‘digital era governance’.

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Integrity in Government

trust-puzzle

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.

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