The inaugural Churchill Policy Room was opened at Australian Parliament House on Monday 15 March 2021 by The Hon. Ken Wyatt, Minister for Indigenous Australians where the flagship publication of the Policy Impact Program, Policy Futures: A Reform Agenda, was launched to identify curate and advocate a selection of ideas to increase the accessibility of valuable evidence and experiences by policymakers within Australia.
CF VIC 2014
‘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.
CF SA 2018
Artificial intelligence and human government.
CF NSW 2016
Peer Parent and Family Advocacy in Child Protection: A pathway to better outcomes for kids.
CF VIC 2017
How Self-Determination is Returning White Smoke to Country.
CF ACT 2016
Don’t wait until they’re well: School policy and technology to keep sick kids connected.
CF TAS 2015
Employment logic: The cultural shift needed to improve VET outcomes for school students.
CF NSW 2018
Design and planning policy for family-friendly apartment living.
CF VIC 2016
Zero carbon communities: A blueprint for clean energy transitions.
CF ACT 2018
Ignorance is not innocence: Implementing relationships and sex education to safeguard sexual wellbeing.
CF VIC 2015
Breaking the cycle: Straight talking ex-offenders reduce recidivism.
CF QLD 2018
We need to talk about public toilets: Policy agendas for inclusive suburbs and cities.
The Policy Impact Program (PIP) is designed to identify, curate and advocate ideas from Churchill Fellows who have the potential to shape best practice and policy reform on a variety of relevant and contemporary issues facing Australia.