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Experience is an asset, not a liability: Ashton Applewhite, anti-ageism activist
“Longer lives require us to work longer, to save more and yet age discrimination in the workforce is rampant,” anti-ageism activist and writer Ashton Applewhite has told a CEDA audience at an event in Adelaide.


Rethinking Australia's defence priorities
Griffith Business School Dean (Research) and Professor of Political Science, Professor Andrew O’Neil, has told a CEDA audience in Brisbane that it is time for the Australian government to affirm a genuine commitment to self-reliance in the defence space....Read More

New CEDA report: it is time to disrupt disadvantage
Better use of data to identify and help people before they fall into poverty and navigators to steer people to the services they need to break the circle of entrenched disadvantage are key recommendations in a CEDA report out today....Read More

Australian media is facing challenging times
Digital disruption presents challenges for the ABC but also new opportunities, ABC Chair, Ita Buttrose AC, OBE, has told a CEDA audience in Brisbane. ...Read More



Young Australians and disadvantage: disrupting the cycle
Following the release of Disrupting disadvantage: setting the scene, CEDA is releasing a series of articles from leading thinkers in the field that explore different aspects of disadvantage in Australia. The Smith Family Head of Research and Advocacy, Anne Hampshire, discusses new ways of approaching disadvantage among young Australians that could help break the intergenerational cycle.


Australia in the Asia-Pacific: the state of the neighbourhood
Ahead of CEDA's annual forum on Australia's relationship with our international neighbours, Griffith University, Griffith Asia Institute Senior Research Assistant, Dr Lucy West, summarises some of the key political, economic and environmental issues in the Asia-Pacific region. 


Reason for optimism in the global economic outlook
Following his recent appearance at a CEDA event, S&P Global Ratings Chief Economist, Paul Gruenwald, writes that solid economic growth is likely to continue despite ongoing uncertainties around the China-US trade relationship.   

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