An Ecology of Representation

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Peter W Tait, 2020 Some background theory for explaining CAPaD’s objective in focusing on representation in participatory democratic theory. From Urbinati N, Warren ME. The concept of representation in contemporary democratic theory. Annual Review of Political Science. 2008;11:387-412 How do we know if representation is legitimate? This depends on the … Read More

Three things happened that show we need parliament urgently

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This post was originally printed in Intouch, the PHAA Blog and is printed here with PHAA’s permission. Two things happened in late July that makes me worry for the future of the public’s health in Australia. First, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that the National Covid-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) was … Read More

SAVE THE DATE for AGM 25 November 2018 2–2:30pm)

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Annual General Meeting Action Group Update Sunday November 25th; AGM (2 – 2:30pm) Action Group Update (2:30 – 5pm) St James Hall, 40 Gillies St., Curtin. This year has been a tremendous one for the Canberra Alliance. Our Action Groups have made great strides including updating the Kitchen Table Conversation … Read More

General Meeting, Sunday 15 October 2017, 2–5pm

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We are excited to invite you to our second general meeting for 2017. Three approaches to awakening democracy in the ACT are on the agenda for discussion, endorsement and/or improvement at the meeting: 1. The participation in urban planning working group (formed at the April GM) results and next steps … Read More

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