Working Papers

The working papers collection comprises historical papers as well as current ideas and works in progress on some of the major issues and topics of our times.

Work With What You Have Got (released 4 August 2014)
An Independent Review of Andrew Forrest's Creating Parity
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The Good Sock (released 28 July 2014)
A story about the value of good socks for a working man.
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Inside Words (released 20 June 2014)
Reviving the Ancestral Ties, Friendship and Trade between Cape York Peninsula and Timor Leste
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Tough Times, Tough Questions (released 14 June 2014)
Nyunggai Warren Mundine calls an extraordinary meeting of his Indigenous Advisory Council with Prime MInister Abbott and says the Commonwealth government must earn the trust of the Aboriginal community.
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Twelve Things You Need to Know About Timor-Leste (released 25 May 2014)
We Australians need to act quickly to understand the new Timor-Leste.
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Recognition and Beyond (released 15 April 2014)
A Submission to the Joint Select Committee on the Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
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Submission to Senator Brandis (released 7 April 2014)
Submission to Senator Brandis in the light of the WA Senate election and other considerations
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18C (released 29 March 2014)
Nyunggai Warren Mundine on Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, Aboriginal Language, Juvenile Justice, Employment and Training
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"Grotesque" (released 21 March 2014)
Senator Brandis has written that the reasonable likelihood of “offending or insulting" people on the grounds of race or ethnicity "grotesquely" restricts freedom of expression. His agenda seems to be to weaken the Racial Discrimination Act. As three citizens living on the South Coast of NSW we (Bill Moyle, Gerry Moore, Peter Botsman) wish to respectfully take issue with Senator Brandis and warn against any watering down of the already timid protections against racial discrimination in Australia.
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21st Century Maja (Law Man) (released 9 March 2014)
The premature passing of Mr. Roe is a time to reflect on the importance of sacred Australian law and culture in our twenty first century society. Mr. Roe gave his life fighting for the protection of the sacred lands around Broome. He achieved a great victory for all of us. His passing leaves us with challenges, obligations and responsibilities.
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