Latest democracy News

Most Australians back sweeping integrity reform: poll
Green Party urges Labour to support electoral reform member’s bill despite review
Cyber, space jobs for SA
NSW Legalises Voluntary Assisted Dying, Time to Grant Territories Their Democratic Rights
Strengthening Democracy Bill pulled from biscuit tin
31 former judges call for establishment of National Integrity Commission
MEAA has been proudly representing journalists for 112 years
China to control health of Australians: Palmer
Deputy Premier to lead India trade mission with WA business leaders
Government Agency Political Appointments as High as One in Three
Shine spotlight on parliamentary slackers and shirkers
Better places to play: New ACT Play Spaces Strategy
Most female candidates contesting unwinnable seats
Polling: Integrity Key Issue to Voters
Need to protect faith based medical and aged care providers from “kill bill”
Help shape our draft Public Transparency Policy
It’s time to throw in game – Let’s get gambling out of ACT politics
Youth Ambassadors speak up at Eureka Centre
Greens announce plan for democratic, well-resourced, expert national planning body for Canberra
Australians Reject King Charles
Facebook Revelations an Attack on Democracy
Unwarranted ‘Kangaroo Court’ Attacks on Integrity Commissions Undermine Crucial Accountability Role
Australian Koala Foundation takes aim at political dills with launch of ‘Koala Army’s Guide to Democracy’
World Press Freedom Day 2022: government must show its commitment through action, not just words
Free Assange now
Group of 65 organisations and experts call for reform to laws that stop people with disability from voting
Allegations of Political Lies Underscore Need for Truth in Political Advertising Laws
Greens would fast track strong Labor ICAC through Senate
New Police Powers Threat to Civil Society: Research Submission
Polling: National Integrity Powers to Investigate and Deter Corruption Crucial
Australia’s worst kept secret: Government rules out federal ICAC
Supporting people living with dementia to participate in Federal Election
Fixing our broken politics: rex champions parliamentary reform
UQ sheds light on campaign spending trends
Cooperation with NATO’s Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence
Promoting benefits of trade with India
Stage 2 Defamation Reform Process Begins 5 April
Tassie Deserves More Representatives in Wake of Premier’s Shock Resignation
Michener testifies to House on role of universal health insurance
Australian foreign minister to visit Belgium for NATO Foreign Ministers’ meeting
Labor lockstep with Liberal on tax to drive US-style inequality in Australia
Govt spends more on advertising than Coles, Woolworths, McDonalds amid crossbench calls for greater oversight
Updated Australian curriculum raises standards
Budget cuts to ABC and ANAO in real terms + Independent Funding Tribunal needed
PJCIS statement – on passing of David Irvine AO
David Irvine AO
Crossbench Independents Launch Reform Agenda for 47th Parliament
New AFP Taskforce to protect Federal politicians and candidates