As the coalition sets for another term in government, many young Australians are left wondering how they will benefit from the liberals’ relatively last-minute election promise for first homebuyers. Continue reading Liberals’ new housing policy a scheme of “winner and losers.”
Voting enrolments in this year’s election were expected to exceed previous years’, with over of people eligible to vote enrolling to have their say. Continue reading Voting turnout recap
Scare campaigns are one of the most effective types of political campaigns, but often run the risk of being inflammatory and insincere in the public eye. Continue reading Dissecting political scare campaigns – know your facts!
With the federal election this weekend, it is critical for whoever forms government to work hand-in-hand with Indigenous communities to address key issues and policies. Continue reading What the major parties are offering Indigenous Australians at the Federal Election
There are 16 different political parties for South Australians to choose from in the Senate in the upcoming federal election, with each party fielding between two and four candidates. Continue reading Meet the minor parties
The federal election is being held this Saturday, and going to the polls is your chance to have a say on important issues like the environment and climate change, mental health, education and housing.
Continue reading The ultimate guide to making your vote count at the Federal Election
A Muslim researcher at UniSA says mainstream media coverage of Islam should be held accountable for making events like the Christchurch massacre “inevitable”. Continue reading Negative reports on Islam a daily practice by Murdoch-owned media
Like a democracy sausage, election posters are part of the Australian political landscape. Continue reading How effective are campaign posters?
Climate change is a major concern for young voters and next month’s election will see many young Australians engage in politics in a way that they likely haven’t before. Continue reading Climate change is influencing the way young people vote and live
As the nation prepares itself for the federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has provided little in terms of clarity as to when Australians will head to the polls, proposing three possible dates – May 11, 18 or 25. Continue reading Budget Breakdown: How will the 2019 Federal Budget impact students?