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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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