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Institute of Public Affairs

Australian public policy think tank

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The Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) is a conservative public policy think tank based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It advocates free market economic policies such as privatisation and deregulation of state-owned enterprises, trade liberalisation and deregulated workplaces, climate change denial, the abolition of the minimum wage, and the repeal of parts of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.

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CBD Melbourne: Simon Holmes a Court keeps up energy levels at IPA

Nine months ago prominent renewable energy investor and activist Simon Holmes a Court made the surprising admission he had joined conservative think tank the Institute of Public Affairs.
The Age - Published

CBD Melbourne: Thank you, next, says Janet

Conservative columnist and prominent Friend of the ABC Janet Albrechtsen has been in the Institute of Public Affairs chairman’s seat for all of five minutes. Already there are signs the indefatigable..
The Age - Published

Indigenous voice counterpoint: a violation of racial equality

The Institute of Public Affairs argues the proposed body for Indigenous people would radically undermine the role of Parliament to serve all Australians.
The Age - Published

CBD Melbourne: It's planet Janet as Albrechtsen reign set to begin

There are big changes afoot at the top of the Liberal Party’s closest distant cousin, the John Roskam-headed think tank the Institute for Public Affairs.
The Age - Published

Albrechtsen in, Kemp out at the Institute for Public Affairs

Conservative commentator Janet Albrechtsen has just been appointed chairwoman of the Institute of Public Affairs.
The Age - Published

Let's not forfeit our own freedoms in the rush to silence terrorists

The Prime Minister's moves to regulate social media should alarm all who cherish their democratic freedoms, says the Institute of Public Affairs.
The Age - Published

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