Politics

Nov 30, 2007

Remaking Australia, part four: Miriam Lyons

In a special post-election series, Crikey asked leading Australian thinkers to sketch a blueprint for a future Australia. Today, Miriam Lyons, Director of the Centre for Policy Development, takes a look at remaking Australian culture, for want of a smaller topic.

As the election hangover fades and a new government packs itself into Parliament House, we have a chance to remake the nation for a new century. In a special post-election series, Crikey asked leading Australian thinkers to sketch a blueprint for a future Australia. Their brief: to spell out how Australia might fully realise its potential.

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3 thoughts on “Remaking Australia, part four: Miriam Lyons

  1. Chris Doonan

    What an excellent article, it really gets to the heart of the matter. Climate change is a wonderful opportunity for human beings as a whole to start working together, its urgent and it matters

  2. Nelson

    Well done and thanks. What a great idea to leverage the imminent environmental challenges as a way to building a better Australian culture.

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