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  • 20 March 2024

    The transition from school to university is a pivotal moment in the lives of young people – how can we better support their choices for improved individual and social outcomes?

    Maxwell Yong

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  • 13 March 2024

    Australians have proven themselves resilient in the face of housing pressures – but structural reform to boost supply and dampen rising costs is desperately needed.

    Ehsan Noroozinejad Farsangi

  • 6 March 2024

    What role can stories play in supporting people-centred policymaking and place-based reform?

    Thea Snow

  • 27 February 2024

    While the political and policy focus has rightly been on regulating artificial intelligence, we also need to plan now to harness AI’s power as a policymaking tool – especially, its capacity to model outcomes in complex systems.

    José-Miguel Bello y Villarino

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  • 27 February 2024

    While the political and policy focus has rightly been on regulating artificial intelligence, we also need to plan now to harness AI’s power as a policymaking tool – especially, its capacity to model outcomes in complex systems.

    José-Miguel Bello y Villarino

  • 7 February 2024

    Simple quantitative metrics don’t do justice to the breadth and complexity of human experience. Researchers and policymakers can benefit from frameworks implementing a nested relationship between data and lived experiences, metrics and relational processes.

    Juliet Bennett

  • 2 February 2024

    As governments look to reform our social services systems, they must tap into the transformative power of relationships.

    Cliff Eberly and Wenqian Gan

  • 22 January 2024

    Australia deserves a public service that embodies its multiculturalism – diversity targets are a proven way to get there.

    Jin Lim

  • 18 January 2024

    With poor mental health outcomes for young people linked to a lack of agency to shape society, how can we better reflect the interests of youth in policy and politics?

    Harry Grant

  • 15 January 2024

    Australia’s superannuation funds can anchor long-term investments that are essential for the development of new industries, especially manufacturing, and the transition to a low emissions economy.

    Christopher Day

Empowering the future: breaking the cycle of youth mental ill health through political agency

18 January 2024|

With poor mental health outcomes for young people linked to a lack of agency to shape society, how can we better reflect the interests of youth in policy and politics?

A vision splendid: unlocking patient capital through long-term asset funds

15 January 2024|

Australia’s superannuation funds can anchor long-term investments that are essential for the development of new industries, especially manufacturing, and the transition to a low emissions economy.

I never said “thank you” to my calculator: reflections from the outgoing NSW Chief Data Scientist

19 December 2023|

As AI becomes invisibly embedded in everyday life, we must remain laser focused on controlling and regulating how it uses data and the data it generates.

Children in crisis need real relationships: the case for a child connection system

6 December 2023|

A child protection system preoccupied with risk aversion is impeding the emotional growth of children. We need a new model based on relational care and reciprocity to break the cycle.

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