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06
Jun
2016

PolicyCheck: Labor’s $3 billion child care plan

By Ben Phillips, Principal Research Fellow, ANU Centre for Social Research & Methods Labor has unveiled a $3 billion child care policy...
25
May
2016

Call to acknowledge damaged marriages on Sorry Day

Sorry Day on 26 May is an opportunity to acknowledge children who were forcibly removed from loving families in inter-racial marriages, an...
23
May
2016

More migration data needed for better policy: ANU demographer

Population researchers have called on governments to collect and share more information about migration to keep better track of the...
19
May
2016

Scholarship for field work with Indigenous communities

Conducting fieldwork can be a challenge, especially when a project involves travelling to remote areas. But The Australian National...
18
May
2016

Humble, adventurous demographer to be celebrated at a memorial service

The ANU community are mourning the loss of Professor John Charles "Jack" Caldwell, a demographer who was noted for his ground-breaking work...
17
May
2016

New ANU network unites qualitative researchers

A new initiative at The Australian National University (ANU) is showcasing the latest developments in qualitative research methods. The...
12
May
2016

ANU report finds low income families hit hard by Budget

A new report from The Australian National University (ANU) has found proposed measures in the 2016-17 Budget would impact low income...
28
Apr
2016

ANU criminologists examine history of violence in Cambodia

A new book by ANU scholars examines how violence in Cambodia has gradually declined over the decades from the French colonial period to...
26
Apr
2016

ANU Poll shows Australians are divided over government debt

A new poll from The Australian National University (ANU) has found Australians are divided on the importance of government debt, with...
21
Apr
2016

Western policy responses to violent Jihad

With parts of the Middle East highly unstable and the Islamic State (IS) still robust, leading academics will come together at The...

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