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Tobacco, gambling, now alcohol: why Australia needs mandated alcohol warnings

12 January 2023

The harms and costs of alcohol to Australia are clear. Government needs to mandate effective messaging around alcohol consumption.

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The Policymaker in 2022: our most-read articles

22 December 2022

It’s been a big first year for The Policymaker—here are our top five most-read articles for 2022.

Hugh Piper

A different story: anti-slavery as smart public policy

19 December 2022

The NSW Anti-slavery Commissioner explains why it’s in everyone’s interests to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking as a system-level challenge.

James Cockayne

Thinking beyond self-regulation for tech companies for children’s online safety

10 December 2022

New draft codes from tech companies could pose risks to Australian children. A better approach—led by government—is needed instead.

Rys Farthing

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Great contribution from @AngelaCummine and @JMIPublicPolicy on the need for Treasuries to develop whole-of-government sustainability reporting.

Focused on the NSW Government, but just as relevant to the Federal Government.

https://jmi.org.au/insights/policy-insights-papers/

Should governments disclose their sustainability impact? Our new Policy Insights Paper by @AngelaCummine examines the why and the how. https://jmi.org.au/insights/policy-insights-papers/
#sustainability #ESG #publicpolicy

Congrats to @VerityFirth AM @Jennifer_Burn AM @JillMcKeough AO and Jie Lu AO on their honours award today. Great to see women recognised for their commitment service & excellence. So proud to have worked with them. @UTSEngage @UTSLaw @UTSFEIT @AntiSlaveryOz @UTSSocialImpact 🌟👏🏼

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  • 10 December 2022

    New draft codes from tech companies could pose risks to Australian children. A better approach—led by government—is needed instead.

    Rys Farthing and Judith Bessant

  • 9 December 2022

    What is required to translate recent policy progress into practice when it comes to engaging men and boys to prevent violence in our society? Changing the way men relate to themselves, to people in their lives and to deeply embedded norms that put pressure on men to be a certain way are key parts of the solution.

    Matt Tyler

  • 2 December 2022

    To combat this human rights abuse, we need to understand the scale of the problem, amplify survivors’ voices and work towards a fair compensation system.

    Jennifer Burn

  • 2 December 2022

    The battle against modern slavery is increasingly occupying the mind of investors—collaboration can contribute to its demise.

    Måns Carlsson

  • 23 November 2022

    Local governments are vital laboratories for policy innovation and experimentation. How can Australia better harness this potential?

    Pauline McGuirk

  • 16 November 2022

    Australian universities contribute to the public good. But we need to be more ambitious about realising their potential. It’s time to remedy and reimagine our research system.

    Duncan Ivison

Cash splash for aged care, but who pays for services in a new home care system?

31 October 2022|

Labor’s October Budget was good news for aged care—but the hard questions of funding the Support at Home program remain. Here’s two ideas for cost sharing models.

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