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16 July 2018

Making the SWP more employer friendly: a work in progress

Richard Curtain and Stephen Howes report on the progress of the implementation of the Australian government's nine measures to improve participation in the Seasonal Workers Programme

16 July 2018

Eating ourselves and the planet to death

Food consumption is contributing to the harm of humans and the environment. As Australia marks National Diabetes Week, Sharon Friel looks at the need for healthier and more environmentally sustainable food behaviours

16 July 2018

Blacklisting seasonal workers

Rochelle-Lee Bailey examines the practice of blacklisting in seasonal worker programs such as Australia’s Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) and New Zealand’s Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme (RSE)

11 July 2018

Nahdlatul Ulama and the politics trap

Greg Fealy suggests that, upon closer inspection, Indonesia's largest Islamic organisation Nahdlatul Ulama is in more of a vulnerable position than their confidence indicates

11 July 2018

Economic and political security today

Security policy is dominating broader national strategy in the United States, while economic considerations affecting security in more important ways are taking a back seat

11 July 2018

Do no harm: women’s economic empowerment and domestic violence in Melanesia

Richard Eves explores the unintended consequences of promoting gender equality through only economic empowerment initiatives

11 July 2018

Australia needs to raise its game in Africa

Africa needs a comprehensive approach to tackling terrorism, and Australia should be helping

09 July 2018

Getting Australia’s strategic choices right

How can Australia define its national interests to best allow it to deal with the ongoing challenges our complex world presents?

09 July 2018

Policy Forum Pod: Looking back, looking forward

Policy Forum Pod's 50th episode takes a look back at some of the presenters' favourite moments, and some moments they would probably like to forget

09 July 2018

The Army and the Indonesian Genocide

Twenty years on from Reformasi, surprising and alarming discoveries continue to be unearthed

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