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Australia must prepare for massive job losses due to automation

David Tuffley from Griffith University discusses CEDA's latest research report, Australia's future workforce? in this post, original published on The Conversation.
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16/06/2015 | David Tuffley | 0 Comments


Australia must do more to address entrenched disadvantage: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin

Despite Australia's low unemployment rate and record levels of workforce participation, there are a significant number of communities in Australia experiencing entrenched disadvantage. To coincide with the launch of CEDA's first research report for 2015, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin discusses how and why Australia should do more.
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21/04/2015 | Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin | 0 Comments


Budget 2015: Early intervention key to addressing disadvantage

The Smith Family CEO, Lisa O'Brien and The Smith Family Head of Advocacy and Research, Anne Hampshire discuss early intervention, disadvantage and government policy to coincide with the launch of CEDA's research Addressing entrenched disadvantage in Australia.
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21/04/2015 | Lisa O'Brien | 0 Comments


Rebalancing government in Australia to save our federation: Terry Moran

Federation in 1901 is now the middle point between 2014 and the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788. Despite this, most views of federation, if Australians have one at all, are probably shaped by its 19th century imagery - dusty, whiskery elderly men in overly formal dress - rather than its 20th century outcomes.
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27/10/2014 | Professorial Fellow Terry Moran AC | 0 Comments


Another Tenterfield needed to drive reform: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin

With the 125th anniversary last Friday of Henry Parkes's oration calling for the formation of an Australian federation and the federal government's Reform of the Federation white paper process under way, we need another Tenterfield moment to engage the imagination of Australians about what our federation should look like in the future.
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27/10/2014 | Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin | 0 Comments