The Vote: going beyond the spin

11 May 2016

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Australia’s budget has been and gone, but the focus on policy and politics is set to ramp up as the country heads towards the 2 July poll. To help the country make sense of the politics, policy and promises of the election campaign, a special series of events will tackle key policy battlegrounds every Tuesday evening at Crawford School of Public Policy.

The ANU & Policy Forum 2016 Federal Election Series will run every Tuesday evening between here and the election date, bringing ANU policy expertise together to analyse and discuss key policy areas of the long campaign.

The Federal Election Series is a project of the University with Policy Forum.net at Crawford School. Over the course of eight weeks, the events will shed light on key contentious policy areas in the election campaign including economics, tax, the environment, science, innovation and more. Each event will be a panel discussion moderated by a senior journalist. All the events will be held at Crawford School, ANU.

Registrations are open now for all events, to register visit http://www.anu.edu.au/events/the-vote-2016-federal-election. Find out more about the series and election analysis at ANU, visit The Vote: ANU & Policy Forum 2016 Federal Election Series. For analysis and commentary on Australian policy, visit Policy Forum.net.

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