Costs, consequences and alternatives to imprisoning First Nations people

University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law Professor, Dr Thalia Anthony, writes that “the momentum of the First Nations Deaths in Custody movement in Australia has provided an opportunity to consider the costs and consequences of incarceration and pave a new path.” Read more…

13/07/2020 | Professor Thalia Anthony | 0 Comments

A C plus for the new higher education prices

Swinburne University of Technology Pro Vice Chancellor (Research Impact) and member of CEDA's Council for Economic Policy, Professor Beth Webster, argues that many of the recently announced changes to university course funding are counterproductive and ignore crucial evidence established by the 2011 Lomax-Smith Review of Higher Education Prices on which she was a panel member.

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08/07/2020 | Professor Beth Webster | 0 Comments

Regulating AI will take ambition and global cooperation

SAS Chief Privacy Strategist Europe and Asia-Pacific, Kalliopi Spyridaki, writes that to effectively regulate artificial intelligence, countries need to start small, think big and work together. Read more…

03/07/2020 | Kalliopi Spyridaki | 0 Comments

Learning from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures to lead our recovery

Following his appearance at CEDA's State of the Nation digital forum, Indigenous Business Australia Chief Executive Officer, Rajiv Viswanathan, argues that COVID-19 is an opportunity for Australian business to re-evaluate its relationship with Indigenous Australian communities and build more genuine and meaningful partnerships. Read more…

03/07/2020 | Rajiv Viswanathan | 0 Comments

The evidence around virtual hospitals

The demands of COVID-19 have spurred rapid uptake of new healthcare practices. Sax Institute, Knowledge Exchange Program Manager, Dr Gabriel Moore, assesses the evidence surrounding tele-health and virtual medicine, which has become an important resource for Australian healthcare during the pandemic, and says the early signs are promising. Read more…

23/06/2020 | Dr Gabriel Moore | 0 Comments