The Social Agenda

Influencing Government Policy from the Ground Up

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What Is the Social Agenda

A marketplace where people can come together to speak out as a collective voice for fairness, transparency, efficiency and sustainability in all Government policies and activities.

crimes against humanity

Crimes against humanity

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Christmas Island detention centre cost $27 million to 'detain four people'
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Regulatory Powers

Regulatory Powers

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Regardless of structure, party or policy, we need people of integrity servi...
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facism

Facism

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Common themes among fascist movements include; nationalism (including racia...
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Technology Tipping Point

Technology Tipping Point

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Is There a Tipping Point for Technology Driven organisations to become open...
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Living Centres

Living Centres.

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A crafted environment that is convenient, local, has variety, quality and i...
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OpenAustralia

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13 July 2020

  • Richard marles wife
    13 July 2020
    Richard Donald Marles (born 13 July 1967) is an Australian politician who has been deputy leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) and Deputy ...
  • Today's Birthday 13/7
    13 July 2020
    Today's Birthday, July 13: Mark McGowan, Premier of Western Australia... his parents' working-class background for drawing him to the Labor party.
  • The Upside-Down Politics of Australia
    13 July 2020
    Senator Doug Cameron may be the last former worker standing in the ALP. Otherwise the Labor party belongs exclusively to professional politicians.

13 July 2020

Search results for the word 'icac' at OpenAustralia.org
  • Matters of Public Importance: Morrison Government (17 Jun 2020)
    13 July 2020
    Tim Ayres:...knees, with the Reserve Bank begging the government to actually do something. Fiscal policy was in all sorts of trouble, and there was no plan. On all sorts of other policy areas, like the federal ICAC the government promised they would deliver-no delivery. On energy policy, Senator Canavan's favourite thing, there are plenty of policies-there have been 17 of them-but...
  • Constituency Statements: Democracy (17 Jun 2020)
    13 July 2020
    Graham Perrett:...always need checks and balances. In Queensland we have the Crime and Corruption Commission; in Victoria they have the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission; in New South Wales they have ICAC, the Independent Commission Against Corruption. But there is no federal equivalent. It's 2½ years since the Morrison government claimed to have started work on its own weak,...
  • Statements by Members: Morrison Government (15 Jun 2020)
    13 July 2020
    Andrew Leigh:...promise that the Prime Minister will likely fail to deliver on. The coalition promised a draft bill to establish a national integrity commission by last Christmas, but for those who want a federal ICAC there was nothing under the Christmas tree. This government promised immediate support for bushfire victims. Months later, only four per cent have received help. They said six million people...

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