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20 May 2019

Their biggest challenge? Avoiding a recession

The Coalition will need to shore up a weakening economy

17 May 2019
Parliament House

Podcast: The first 100 days of the next government (live event)

The policy challenges ahead for the political winners

16 May 2019
Australian Centre on China in the World library

China Story Yearbook: Power highlights China’s growing influence

The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific has again demonstrated its ability to undertake comprehensive...

16 May 2019
JG Crawford Building

Crawford School launches new charity fundraising initiative

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy has announced a new charity fundraising initiative aimed at raising money for Canberra and region charities working with the community.

16 May 2019
Operation Oboe

VC’s awards recognise College academics who continue to inspire future thinkers

Quality education is built upon great teaching. We can all remember those teachers and supervisors who influenced our own learning....

16 May 2019
HC Coombs Building

Exploring our past to help guide our future - 50 years of archaeology at the ANU

The legacy of archaeology research over an impressive 50 years at The Australian National University (ANU) has underpinned a vast...

16 May 2019
Mai Sato headshot

Staff profile: Dr Mai Sato

Joining The Australian National University (ANU) in February 2019, Dr Mai Sato is an expert on the death penalty, miscarriages...

16 May 2019
ANU election panel

Podcast | Australia’s place in the world (live event)

An expert panel from The Australian National University (ANU) discusses Australia’s changing roles and responsibilities in an increasingly globalised world.

15 May 2019
Parliament House

Australia’s Asian agenda after the election

Whichever party wins government will quickly confront the need to deal with a fundamentally changed international order.

13 May 2019
Welfare spending

Future budgets are going to have to spend more on welfare, which is fine. It's spending on us

Spending on social security and welfare accounts for more than a third of the Commonwealth budget. Because of its size, it has been one of the main targets of proposed cuts in every Coalition government budget since 2014.


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