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Grattan Institute

Grattan Institute

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Everything you need to know about Australian public policy. Grattan Institute is dedicated to developing high quality public policy for Australia’s future. Our podcasts cover a range of public policy topics focusing on the main issues facing Australia. Our podcasts concentrate on budget policy, economic growth, energy, health, institutional reform, household finances, school education, and disability policy.
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The Lowy Institute is a leading international think tank that looks at the world from Australia’s perspective. This channel aggregates audio from across all of our event and podcast channels.
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Ear to Asia

Asia Institute, The University of Melbourne

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On Ear to Asia, we talk with Asia experts to unpack the issues behind news headlines in a region that is rapidly changing the world. Ear to Asia is produced by Asia Institute, the Asia research specialists at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Melanoma Insights for Professionals features interviews with leading melanoma specialists who translate the latest research and best practice into the everyday clinic setting. Developed by Melanoma Institute Australia, this series is for multidisciplinary healthcare professionals who want to be across the latest developments in melanoma. For more education, visit melanomaeducation.org.au.
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The Lucky Country

The Australia Institute

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The Lucky Country is an insider's outside view of Australia's most important political and economic debates. Hosted by The Australia Institute's Chief Economist Richard Denniss, The Lucky Country is a weekly podcast from Schwartz Media which applies common sense to complex issues.
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Australia India Institute Podcast

Australia India Institute

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The Australia India Institute Podcast examines key questions facing contemporary India and the Australia-India relationship. The Australia India Institute podcast is brought to you in association with the Australia India Institute @ Delhi and founding partners La Trobe University and the University of New South Wales.
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‘Our State’ is a half-hour, weekly radio segment airing 1:30pm ACST each Monday on Adelaide's FiveAA.The program focuses on uncovering and sharing important subjects: the interesting, the significant, the future, the unknown and the things that are happening, right now, in South Australia. Each week, a wide range of guests discuss achievements, initiatives and events which highlight South Australia’s priorities.
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How to Make a Whistleblower

The Australia Institute

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Whistleblowers are having a big moment, but what happens after the whistle is blown? This new 3-part podcast, brought to you by The Australia Institute, follows the journey of how one whistleblower makes a big impact and rebuilds her life.
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Hustle & Bustle podcast

Nicole Bennetts | supported by Planning Institute of Australia

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Tune in for regular conversations with urban planners and city shapers, discussing the future of Queensland cities, communities and regions. The episodes are light hearted, conversational and inspiring. Tune in regularly for a new 30 min episode.
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On The Director’s Chair, Michael Fullilove, Executive Director of the Lowy Institute, speaks with political leaders and policy makers about their lives, their careers, and their views on the world. The Director's Chair is a podcast from the Lowy Institute.
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QUT Institute for Future Environments

Institute for Future Environments

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The Institute for Future Environments (IFE) is a transdisciplinary research and innovation institute at QUT that brings together researchers and students to collaborate on large-scale projects relating to our natural, built and digital environments. The IFE generates knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient. Transcripts of IFE podcasts are available upon request.
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Fire at Will

The Spectator Australia

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A safe space for dangerous conversations, from The Spectator Australia. The Spectator is the world’s longest-running magazine of news, arts and ideas. Hosted by Will Kingston.
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The Cosmos Podcast

The Royal Institution of Australia

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Investigating the key intersection of science and the community – the stuff that actually matters to us – and cutting through the half-truths and inaccurate science that floods the digital domain. Find the science of everything at cosmosmagazine.com
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The She Births® Show Podcast

The Birthing Institute 782008

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The She Births® Show is a place that will inspire your birth, evolve your parenting and help you live a life you love. Nadine Richardson, founder of She Births®, hosts a collection of conversations with special guests about better births, a philosophy of connected parenting and conscious, healthy living. Each season includes topics for not only parents and parents-to-be but fellow birth professionals. She Births® is a scientifically verified childbirth education program (BMJ, July 2016). It ...
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Voices of Australia

Scanlon Foundation Research Institute

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The Voices of Australia podcast explores all things interesting about Australian society. Join Anthea Hancocks, CEO of the Scanlon Foundation Research Institute, as she engages in thought-provoking conversations with experts in the field and influential community voices, shedding light on the intricacies of social cohesion in Australia. Tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts as we uncover the stories that make Australia’s cohesion unique.
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Communities in Control

The Institute of Community Directors Australia

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Communities in Control is Australia's biggest and best annual gathering of community sector workers, volunteers and supporters - each year bringing together a stellar list of the world's brightest speakers and hundreds of people who work in or care about community to listen, debate, network, exchange strategies, and recharge. Communities in Control is convened by The Institute of Community Directors Australia. VISIT: www.communitiesincontrol.com.au for further information about the conferenc ...
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Real Stories

Real Stories

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Host Jennifer Adams presents Real Stories, Australia's fifth best public affairs programme. Get the official podcast and you'll find out what unique stories are coming up each week, see memorable clips from the show and watch exclusive extra bit that didn't go to air.
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China In Context

SOAS China Institute

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China In Context is a weekly podcast providing expert analysis on politics, culture and international relations, featuring voices from the SOAS China Institute, University of London. The podcast is hosted by Duncan Bartlett.
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Australian Farm Institute Podcast

Australian Farm Institute

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The Australian Farm Institute is an independent institute leading farm policy discussions for agriculture. Series 1 features recordings of the AFI's Roundtable held in October 2019 discussing how Australia values agriculture's natural capital. Click the link below for Roundtable slide decks and speech transcripts farminstitute.org.au/news-and-events/ART_2019/Roundtable-2019-speakers Series 2 presents discussions on topical policy issues from AFI’s research and publications agenda. Podcast pr ...
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Black Dog Institute is a global pioneer in the identification, prevention and treatment of mental illness and the promotion of well-being. Our unique approach incorporates clinical services with research, education and the voice of lived experience to reduce the incidence of mental illness and suicide, remove stigma and improve lives. Here you will find all of the Podcasts produced by the Black Dog including Expert Insights, Being Well and Emprac.
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A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
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Sounds Strategic

International Institute for Strategic Studies

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We are a world-leading authority on global security, political risk and military conflict. We were founded in 1958, and have offices in London, Washington, Singapore and Bahrain. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Moving Beyond Pandemic

Migration Policy Institute (Meghan Benton)

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A podcast on travel, mobility, and migration during COVID-19 with Meghan Benton, Director of Research for the Migration Policy Institute's International Program and MPI Europe.
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The rise of AI presents important legal and ethical challenges for society. In this podcast, we invite leaders from different industries and creators of new AI to debate the big questions. From the future of work to the future of our humanity, stay tuned to learn more. Got questions or want to be involved? Email us at contact@aiasiapacific.org
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This podcast series examines current and emerging issues facing the actuarial profession and challenges to businesses. You can earn two CPD points for each podcast you listen to. DISCLAIMER The views and opinions expressed in Actuaries Institute Australia podcasts are those of the speakers or authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers or the Actuaries Institute Australia, it’s members, directors, officers, employees or agents.
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Board Level

The Australian Institute of Company Directors

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Board diversity and gender balance deliver better outcomes for shareholders, consumers, employees and the community. Join Catherine Fox, award-winning journalist, author and presenter, as she interviews women making an impact in the boardroom that inspires action. This latest AICD podcast, powered by CommBank’s Women in Focus, aims to help shift the balance. Let’s level up together.
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Richard Denniss (pictured) heads The Australia Institute and is alarmed at the Australian Labor Government's latest Budget that champions gas, a fossil fuel. "More than 200 authors renew call for Baillie Gifford to divest from fossil fuel"; "Solicitor general to appeal over case of climate activist who held sign on jurors’ rights"; "Wet winter coul…
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Ashley Feraude in conversation with Alex Vallentine, who is the CEO of Combat Sports Australia. Alex is a sports lover both in his personal and professional life and his career as a CEO, partnership and government relations manager has seen him work in the field of sports management across sports such as volleyball and judo. Alex’s days are filled …
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Australia: it's time for a sugary drinks tax. Sugary drinks are the biggest single source of sugar in our diets, and they increase people’s risk of developing obesity and type 2 diabetes.While Australian health experts have been calling for a tax on sugary drinks for many years, our new report Sickly sweet: It's time for a sugary drinks tax, outlin…
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The Treasurer spoke on the domestic and international economy, and the government’s agenda to position Australia as an indispensable part of the global economy. After his remarks, the Lowy Institute's Executive Director Dr Michael Fullilove AM chaired a Q&A session with the Treasurer. The Hon Dr Jim Chalmers MP is the Treasurer of Australia. He has…
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What's Grattan's verdict on Budget 2024? CEO Aruna Sathanapally and a panel of Grattan experts, including Dr. Sam Bennett, Alison Reeve, and Brendan Coates, critically assess Australia's 2024 federal Budget. Has the government got the balance right in supporting people who are doing it tough, without exacerbating inflation? Does the Budget do enoug…
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China is facing many economic problems, at home and abroad. The two are connected. Weak demand at home has contributed to a sharp rise in Chinese manufacturing exports, especially in green technologies such as electric vehicles. Surging Chinese exports have in turn prompted a backlash from the United States, Europe, and others who accuse China of e…
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The likes of CommBank, Westpac, Suncorp, McDonald’s and KFC are showing the rest of the market how to do women’s sports beyond just slapping on a logo – and it’s paying off in spades, according to GroupM Chief Investment Officer Mel Hey and Foxtel Media Head of Sport NSW, Caitlin O’Meara. But while existing men’s code sponsors are migrating spend i…
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Australiana is now Fire at Will - your safe space for dangerous conversations. Why is Africa poor? There’s a series of trendy answers to that question, that are almost taken as read amongst the progressive elite that dominate our institutions. Racism, slavery, and colonialism. Magatte Wade has called BS on this narrative, and she is uniquely qualif…
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Eating disorders have low rates of early detection and intervention, but both are needed for the best outcomes. Research shows that a multi-disciplinary team including the patient's GP is needed to facilitate recovery. In this webinar, Dr Karen Speilman (Primary Care GP Advisor at InsideOut Institute) and Peta Marks (National Programs Manager at In…
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Budget 2024 had a little bit for a lot of people, but in trying to please everyone, has the government disappointed everyone instead? What does the budget mean for inflation and living standards? What does it reveal about the government’s priorities as it approaches an election? And does it ultimately make Australia a better place? Matt Grudnoff, S…
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The prime minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, regards China as a "pillar of the new world order." Mr Orban admires leaders such as Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, who are challenging the western-led system. Professor Hanns Maull from the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS) believes that Xi Jinping’s visit to Hungary in May 2024 showed that …
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Retired Admiral, Chris Barrie (pictured), who once led the Australian Defence Force and who was speaking recently on the webinar, "Too Hot to Handle - the scorching reality of Australia's climate security failure", finds the rapidly unfolding climate crisis as "pretty scary". "Fossil fuel subsidies hit $14.5 billion in 2023-24, up 31%"; "Nations mu…
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This conversation is about getting marketers, agencies, media and tech to become more like chartered accountants – in a good way. That is, have letters after their name that mark them out to employers, peers and recruiters as the most horizontally skilled and relevant in the business – and be required to continue learning every year to keep them. W…
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Susan Lengel (pictured) champions conversation about climate change, but beyond that, and critically, "Conversation at the Crossroads". Susan, who hails from South Australia and once worked for that State's National Parks and Wildlife Service", enriched her climate change experience and knowledge while working with "The Royal Parks" in London. Chec…
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Stronger, more effective and transparent screening laws came into effect in South Australia on 1 July 2019, requiring people who work or volunteer with children to have a Working with Children Check (WWCC). A WWCC is valid for 5 years. Workers in child-related roles need to apply again and receive clearance before their current check expires. If yo…
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From The Scotsman we hear: "After SNP's 17 years of failure on climate change, things are about to get worse"; "Harnessing the power of coming together"; "Cool Geelong"; "Vote Climate One"; "Geelong Sustainability"; "‘Not a single government dollar’: Albanese plays down gas policy push after blowback"; "‘Paying to be exploited’: Labor has now fully…
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‘Virtual professor’ Mark Ritson says advertisers should be allocating circa 11 per cent of media budgets to total audio. Problem is, the market’s not buying Ritson’s line. Audio’s dollar share is sitting just over half of that and static, despite broadcast audiences increasing 6 per cent since Covid and time spent on total audio surging 49 per cent…
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In this episode, Michel Barnier, Europe’s former point man on Brexit negotiations, speaks with Hervé Lemahieu. Four years on, what lessons should the West draw from Brexit? How united is Europe in the face of populism at home and with new challenges on its doorstep, including the war in Ukraine? And are China and Russia two faces of the same threat…
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In this episode of the Development Drum, Glen Maidment talks about the journey of starting his business, Maidment Group, its expansion, and the strategic decision to incorporate various in-house services, such as the recent inclusion of multi-unit residential offerings. He discusses the hurdles encountered, particularly in the distinctive regional …
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Australiana is now Fire at Will - your safe space for dangerous conversations. Across the western world, cosplay protests are ongoing in some of the most elite academic institutions. They point to a deeper malaise in places of higher education. That's a real problem. The illiberal dogmas that have infiltrated our social institutions have their root…
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Millions of Australians are struggling to make ends meet, yet when it comes to the federal budget, too often we hear that governments ‘can’t afford’ additional spending. Next week, Treasurer Jim Chalmers will announce what the government has chosen to prioritise in this federal budget. So, will the government address some of the big issues facing s…
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Opera house nets were banned from use in South Australia last July. Green Adelaide and RecFish SA are hosting a net exchange event on Saturday 11 May, 10am – 1.30pm, on the banks of the River Torrens / Karrawirra Pari (Felixstow Reserve) to raise awareness about the ban, remove these dangerous nets from that system and look after our river for a pr…
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Acknowledgement of Country // On this special episode, we hear a conversation between Grace and Rasha Tayeh, a Palestinian artist, researcher, herbalist, nutritionist and founder of Beit e’ Shai teahouse. They discuss food sovereignty and the ways that the colonial project and Zionist state of Israel violently prevents Palestinians from foraging an…
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Xi Jinping is urging Chinese companies to compete vigorously with other countries in the development of advanced technology, including high end computer chips. There is an ideological basis to the strategy: Xi Jinping has spoken about China becoming much more self-reliant. But the battle for supremacy in tech causes tension in the realm of internat…
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The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) has today urged a suite of actions and investments to protect the future of the Murray-Darling Basin in the face of climate change, which is threatening the river’s health and sustainability. In a new essay series A thriving Murray-Darling Basin in 50 years: Actions in the face…
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