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It’s time to change the laws for workers By Tim Kennedy

Over the last few decades, the way we live and work has changed, and our workplace laws have not kept up. The Fair Work Act, which sets out the laws for Read More

22 Mar 2017 in Future of Work

CRACKDOWN By Cressida Wall

What do Garfield Barwick and Josh Frydenberg have in common? Let me give you a clue: paid parental leave. The notorious Cressida Wall explains.   Oh my god.   A week after the Budget, Read More

19 May 2015 in Future of Work

MAY DAY – A DAY TO REFLECT ON OUR ACHIEVEMENTS By Brendan O'Connor

Over the weekend, on May Day, many Australians lined the city streets marching in commemoration of the achievements of workers. It’s a telling sign of solidarity internationally as people the world Read More

05 May 2015 in Future of Work

Inclusive prosperity: What next? By David Coats

The Chifley Research Centre were kind enough to organise a programme of meetings for me in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne to coincide with the publication of my paper Building a Read More

14 Apr 2015 in Future of Work

Inequality is impacting our politics and our lifespans By David Coats

We should fear the effects of inequality on our politics and our lifespans, not just our economy and society. Inequality isn’t just destabilising capitalism or denying our people a fair Read More

18 Mar 2015 in Future of Work

Making the most of men and women at work and at home By Cilla DeLacy

I’ve just spent a year at home caring for my children after quitting a job in Melbourne to return to Perth for the sake of my husband’s health. It was Read More

22 Jan 2015 in Future of Work

Men and women at work By Cilla DeLacy

When Gough Whitlam opened the doors to higher education for women it’s possible that he and others foresaw career women happy and able to leave their children in child care Read More

20 Nov 2014 in Future of Work

Redefining work and our workplaces By Cilla DeLacy

Hugh MacKay’s recent book ‘The Good Life:  What Makes a Life Worth Living’ sheds some light on the traditional workplace structure versus a more modern, collaborative approach.  Hugh finds that Read More

06 Nov 2014 in Future of Work

How do we transform work? By Cilla DeLacy

Technology and working women are changing the way we work. We can now work from anywhere at any time. With many more educated women in the workforce the demand for Read More

30 Oct 2014 in Future of Work

Crippling Unions: Abbott’s anti-worker agenda By Tim Lyons

Address by ACTU Assistant Secretary Tim Lyons to Chifley Research Centre. Introduction by Chifley Research Centre Executive Director Michael Cooney. Wednesday, 29 October 2014, Melbourne *** Introduction by Michael Cooney Welcome.  Let me acknowledge Read More

29 Oct 2014 in Future of Work
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    Catherine King

    Catherine King is the Shadow Minister for Health and Member for Ballarat.

    Cilla DeLacy

    Cilla has 20 years’ experience in public policy and corporate strategy across the water, land use planning and environmental management

    David Coats

    David Coats is in Australia as a Visitor at the Chifley Research Centre. He is a research fellow at the

    Gabrielle Kuiper

    Dr Gabrielle Kuiper has a background in science, sustainability and urban planning. She was previously Senior Adviser, Climate Change, Energy

    Erinn Swan

    As Deputy Digital Director I look for new and better ways to tell stories online. When I'm not doing that

    Jim Chalmers

    Jim Chalmers MP is Shadow Minister for Finance, and the federal Labor Member for Rankin. Prior to his election

    Linda Tirado

    Linda Tirado is a completely average American. She also has good rants about how much it sucks to be poor

    Michael Cooney

    Michael is the Executive Director of the Chifley Research Centre. He was previously Speechwriter to Prime Minister the Hon Julia

    Paula Matthewson

    Paula Matthewson is a freelance communications adviser and writer on politics. She was media advisor to John Howard in the

    Terri Butler

    Terri Butler is the federal Labor Member for Griffith, Queensland.

    Tim Kennedy

    Tim Kennedy is national secretary of the National Union of Workers, organising for secure jobs and a fair Australia.


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