Churchill Policy Room
Australian Parliament House
Monday 15 March 2021
‘Why Can I Lock Kids Up But I Can’t Ensure They Receive Treatment?’
The case for effective mandated substance abuse treatment for young people.
Employment logic: The cultural shift needed to improve VET outcomes for school students.
How Self-Determination is Returning White Smoke to Country. Presented with Trent Nelson, Fellowship companion and Chairperson, Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation.
Don’t wait until they’re well: School policy and technology to keep sick kids connected.
Design and planning policy for family-friendly apartment living.
Zero carbon communities: A blueprint for clean energy transitions.
We need to talk about public toilets: Policy agendas for inclusive suburbs and cities.
Ignorance is not innocence: Implementing relationships and sex education to safeguard sexual wellbeing.
Peer Parent and Family Advocacy in Child Protection: A pathway to better outcomes for kids.
Breaking the cycle: Straight talking ex-offenders reduce recidivism.
Enquiries to Kirsty Guster via email [email protected] or phone 0437 301 390.
Our next Churchill Fellowship application round opens 1 March 2024