• Losing trust in the digital world

    Lesley Seebeck     |      February 16, 2022

    Cybersecurity thinking has adapted to the reality of constantly shifting, often unknowable systems, replete with continual interactions and adjustments between users, technology, data and the environment.

  • Can politicians win back Australia’s trust?

    Dawn Lo     |      July 28, 2021

    A lack of transparency and policy missteps have undermined public trust in some of our political leaders during the latest surge in COVID outbreaks, according to a UNSW Sydney constitutional law expert.

  • Restoring public trust in the fight against COVID

    Mark Evans     |      July 13, 2021

    Australia remains locked down with a stalled vaccine rollout, while the US, UK and other countries are opening up, and public trust in the government is eroding.

  • Australians don’t trust Artificial Intelligence

    Emma Pryor     |      June 21, 2021

    Trust is an issue when it comes to artificial intelligence (AI) according to a University of Queensland study that found 72 per cent of people are doubtful about the technology and its use.

  • The best of times, the worst of times

    Frank Bongiorno     |      June 9, 2021

    Public trust in government increased during the COVID crisis, but the jury is out on whether Coalition support will fall due to bungles in the vaccine rollout.

  • COVID has increased trust in government and science

    Open Forum     |      January 11, 2021

    New Curtin University research has found a dramatic increase in people’s trust in government in Australia and New Zealand as a result of the COVID pandemic.

  • Rebuilding trust in the future of multilateralism

    David Lipton     |      May 11, 2018

    There has been a serious erosion of public trust in political parties and national governments as well as international trade and investment partners. Economies will achieve better results if people’s confidence in policies, institutions and systems can be restored to better health.