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The failure to embrace contemporary methods of communication is a significant problem for politicians, writes the University of South Australia's Collette Snowden.
Chris Berg from the Institute of Public Affairs argues that the rise of micro-parties in Australia shows dissatisfaction with the major parties.
The City of Melbourne, members of its People's Panel, and others, discuss how they helped form a $5 billion financial plan.
The University of Melbourne's Sarah Maddison argues Australian democracy is like a frog slowly boiling to death.
Erika Feller, Former Assistant High Commissioner of the UNHCR, argues mass migration will be a significant litmus test of the strength and resilience of our democratic systems.
New research shows that communities hugely value local governments writes Roberta Ryan, ACELG Director.
The public's lack of trust in our political and business elites is a major obstacle to a viable reform agenda for Australia’s future, writes Mark Triffit from the University of Melbourne.
A report from the University of Canberra concludes Australian democracy is ill, but not terminal.
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