Dr Simon Longstaff argues for principle over prescription whilst Dr Cassandra Goldie explores how to alleviate homelessness in Australia. David Bell updates us on the new Banking and Finance Oath, Rod Sims tackles cartels and Michael Coutts-Trotter discusses the benefits of openness in government and why it ought not be absolute. Paul Cleary and Brad Hazzard go head-to-head on mining and Christ...
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Dr Simon Longstaff muses on liberty, extremism and Lady Gaga, Tony De Govrik of the Australian Corporate Lawyers Association revisits the James Hardie case. Professor of Career Education and Development Jim Bright discusses workplace dishonesty, whilst Greens Senator Christine Milne argues that two ingredients for healthy democracy – accountability and transparency – are absent from...
Dr Simon Longstaff tackles the Gambling Bug, lawyer Russell Marks and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner Mick Gooda weigh in on the tent embassy protests. Social researcher Cindy Gooden takes us waste picking in Cambodia, while sociology lecturer Dr Emmeline Taylor and author Mark Andrejevic discuss Big Brother's role in our schools and on the internet.
From Dr Simon Longstaff’s ‘Beyond apathy: ordinary citizens making a difference’ to ‘Dying with dignity’ by Nicholas Cowdery AM to Jane Caro’s ‘Spinning out of control’, the latest issue crosses international borders and social, political and corporate interests.