Is public discourse of migration in Australia too narrow? Border regulation, the labour market, analyses of criminal justice data and the experience of international students – it’s all inter-related and needs to be considered together to shape a healthy migration policy. You can listen to the conversation here.
ABC, Radio National, 27 November 2019
A culture in which employees can challenge decisions and make a contribution offers organisations many benefits. As our CEO Vanessa Pigrum notes, “the difficulties that staff face in challenging authority come at a time when individuals are becoming more aware of their rights to access information about business practices, whether as employees or consumers.”
The Australian Financial Review, 6 November 2019
Before the 2019 Melbourne Cup our Lead Moderator Peter Mares considered what we owe the horses running in it. Does the same Enlightenment-era reasoning that produced our cherished concepts of human equality and human dignity lead us to conclude that we have extensive obligations to other animals?
The Canberra Times, 4 November 2019
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety interim report has been delivered. Before it was released Lead Moderator Peter Mares predicted what some of its findings might be and suggested that there is a role to be played by all of us in addressing needs which, if we’re fortunate enough to live a long life, we will all experience.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 October 2019
What exactly is the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership? How do our programs develop better decision making? Our Lead Moderator, Peter Mares, joins Jon Faine as co-host to talk about what we do. The youngest daughter of Merlyn and Sidney Myer, Lady Marigold Southey AC, and wine maker and family historian Stephen Shelmerdine AM also join the conversation to discuss the new book “Cranlana: The First 100 Years – The House, The Garden, The People” by Michael Shmith.See More