Research and Education
The House of Representatives publishes a range of information about the work of the House and the Parliament. This page contains links to this information.
The Parliamentary Studies Centre mediates academic research on parliamentary studies (with a particular interest in the comparative studies of strengthening of parliamentary institutions) and welcomes expressions of interest from researchers seeking assistance with such research and those seeking to participate.
The Australia and New Zealand Association of Clerks-at-the-Table (ANZACATT) was formed in 2001 and now comprises 96 members from each House of Parliament in Australia, Norfolk Island and New Zealand. The Association was incorporated in 2010. The objects of the Association are to advance the professional development of its members and to enable its members and other staff of Parliaments in Australia and New Zealand to expand their knowledge of the foundations and principles of parliamentary systems and parliamentary procedure in Australia and New Zealand as well as the administrative practices essential to the smooth operation of Parliament.
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Discover your House – publications for everybody
About the House is a free colour feature magazine produced five times a year by the International and Community Relations Office of the House of Representatives. It features latest news about the work of the Members of the House, especially Committee investigations.
Information about the work of the Speaker of the House of Representatives
This CD-ROM presentation contains a comprehensive collection of facts, stories and images of Australias House of Representatives. It is available to schools, tertiary institutions, students and the public.
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