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Sara Bice (PhD) is director of research translation, Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.

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For the New Turnbull Government, a Mantra of Courage and Compromise

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 14th July 2016 -  Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s electoral victory earlier this week heralds another period of weak government, hounded by internal factional jockeying, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.

Cliffhanger Election 2016: Have we Reached Peak Disaffection?

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 7th July 2016 -  Saturday’s vote confirmed a global wave of voter disaffection, social inequality and doubts in democracy as we know it, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.

As Saturday’s Poll Looms, Stability is the Go-To Slogan

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 30th June 2016 -  Eight weeks ago, the federal election launched with appeals to innovation and the future but the parties have struggled to sustain voters’ interests, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.

Where are the Women’s Issues in This Election?

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 23rd June 2016 -  Women are more engaged than men in the federal election, so why are women’s issues marginalised asks Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.

Australia Needs Climate Action – What’s the Hold Up?

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 16th June 2016 -  Australia needs climate action, but political wrangling may see it come too late writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.

Politicians Want Progress on Unemployment and Homelessness? Change the Discussion

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 9th June 2016 -  Australian Not for Profits are continuing to push the agendas on meaningful social issues like unemployment and homelessness despite another election campaign week littered with trivial distractions, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.

For Renewables & Women’s Health Agendas, Research is Key

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 2nd June 2016 -  As the longest election campaign in almost 40 years grinds on, renewable energy and women’s health have emerged as front-running issues for the NFP sector this week, writes Sara Bice socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in her ongoing commentary leading up to 2 July.

Just the Tax, Ma’am

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 26th May 2016 -  Election Analysis: Corporate tax structures and youth unemployment are rising election issues and are at the heart of the missions of many of Australia’s Not for Profit organisations, writes Sara Bice socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in a series of articles leading up to 2 July.

Election Analysis for the NFP Sector – Needs a Global Policy Context

Election Analysis

Sara Bice, Thursday, 19th May 2016 -  The federal election will require Not for Profits to extend their imaginations and position their concerns within a global policy context, writes Sara Bice socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne in the first in a series of special articles leading up to July 2.
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