Contributors

Papers on Parliament No. 62
October 2014

Contributors

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Antony Green is an election analyst who has worked for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation since 1989. During this time he has covered more than 50 federal, state and territory elections.

Alex Oliver is Director of Polling and Research Fellow at the Lowy Institute. She is responsible for the Lowy Institute’s polling program on foreign policy and public opinion, including the annual Lowy Institute Poll and polling projects overseas.

Andrew Markus is the Pratt Foundation Research Professor of Jewish Civilisation at Monash University and heads the Scanlon Foundation social cohesion research program. He has published extensively on Australian immigration and race relations.

Stephen Bartos is an executive director of ACIL Allen Consulting and advises clients on public policy, governance and risk. He is author of Against the Grain (2006), on the Australian Wheat Board scandal, and Public Sector Governance (2004).

Judith Ireland is a journalist in the Fairfax Media bureau at Parliament House. She writes the Pulse blog that covers the day in politics live and writes a weekly column for The Canberra Times.

Greg Jericho is a political blogger who currently writes for Guardian Australia and The Drum. He is author of The Rise of the Fifth Estate: Social Media and Blogging in Australian Politics (2012).

Megan Davis is Director of the Indigenous Law Centre and Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales and an expert member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. She was a member of the Expert Panel on the Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Constitution.

Linda Trimble is a Professor in the Political Science Department at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, where she has been teaching courses on Canadian politics since 1989.

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