• Politics and Policy

    Housing Affordability: Online Consultation


    editor |  April 11, 2017


    The NSW Government recognises housing affordability as one of the most important issues for the future of the state. To help address this issue, institute for active policy Global Access Partners (GAP) is hosting an online consultation on Open Forum to give the community an opportunity to voice their opinions and suggest possible solutions.

    Q: What can be done to improve housing affordability?


  • Education Society

    Leadership


    editor |  February 1, 2017


    In the last year we’ve had some significant changes in leadership on a political level. A certain leadership style can inspire and unite or polarise and divide. So what does it mean to be a good leader?


  • Health Society

    Productive Ageing


    editor |  November 30, 2016


    In 1970, only 8% of Australians were older than 64. In 2050, it'll be almost a quarter. Pension age is increasing, but this still lags behind growing life expectancy. So why aren’t we employing Australia’s mature citizens?


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  • The value of leadership courage

    Gabrielle Davies     |      March 24, 2017

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  • When will we stop giving people labels and start using their names?

    Sue Ellson     |      March 21, 2017

    Today is Harmony Day, where we celebrate our cultural diversity. Sue Ellson asks you to think of all the labels you have used over your lifetime and then make a conscious decision to stop using them.