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Happy Anniversary to the Racial Discrimination Act By Andrew Giles

For me, the iconic, optimistic representation of modern Australia is that famous photo of Gough Whitlam and Vincent Lingiari. It captures a moment of great practical significance, especially to the Read More

31 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

In the name of love By Jane Austen

British film Pride tells the story of two communities coming together for a common cause – police state oppression under the leadership of Conservative Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and vilification Read More

31 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

Time to admit defeat on PPL By Ryan Batchelor

Tony Abbott should admit defeat on his PPL policy and move on, writes Ryan Batchelor of the Chifley Research Centre. The first child supposed to benefit from Tony Abbott’s paid parental Read More

28 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

A policy when you don’t want a policy By Tom Skladzien

In releasing their Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda, the government has finally recognised that ‘get out of the way’ is no substitute for real industry policy. Unfortunately, once we look Read More

28 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

A potential Labour Government in 2015: policy continuity or a break from the past? By Vittorio Trevitt

The general election in May 2015 will be a decisive one for the British people, who will decide on whether to elect a government that will continue along the path Read More

21 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

The burka ban blunder laid bare By Michael Cooney

This article was first published by The Drum Online on 20 October 2014. It turns out the conservative proponents of the burka ban were not the evil geniuses of wedge politics Read More

20 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

Vance Joy’s ‘Riptide’ and the Importance of Progressive Patriotism By Clara Jordan-Baird

A few weeks ago, while debating the merits of Vance Joy’s ‘Riptide’ as number one on Triple J’s Hottest 100 this year, a friend related a story to me. She Read More

17 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

The rich get richer and the middle class go fishing By Cilla DeLacy

The great English economist Alfred Marshall called economics the study of mankind in the ordinary business of life. That said, economics should be about organising ourselves, our communities and our Read More

10 Oct 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

In the shadow of giants: the paradox of modernisation in the second generation || Henry Boote Address By Michael Cooney

HENRY BOOTE ADDRESS London, Friday 26 September 2014  *** Thank you my old mate Patrick [DIAMOND]. I know many of you here are familiar with Patrick’s thought leadership in progressive politics in the UK Read More

27 Sep 2014 in New Progressive Thinking

The work for Labor’s generation X leaders By Michael Cooney

Following is an extract of the Henry Boote Address – "In the shadow of giants: the paradox of modernisation in the second generation” – which was given at a UK Read More

26 Sep 2014 in New Progressive Thinking
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