Posted by Aaron Hammond · January 21, 2019 1:13 PM
The latin phrase ‘quid-pro-quo’ refers to an exchange of something of value, for something else in return. You may often hear this in legal arguments, often when discussing potential corruption, but there is a murky area where companies and political entities intersect.
Posted by James Jansson · November 15, 2018 8:00 PM
Six years ago, I was overseas in Europe, travelling largely by myself which gave me a long time to think. I was thinking about the report that I had just given at a Glasgow conference, which focused heavily on longevity. In this case, I was showing that people with HIV were living a long time and that currently available treatments were largely sufficient to treat those with HIV into old age.
The legends at ABC Friends sent a questionnaire to the Wentworth by-election candidates to gauge their support for the national public broadcaster. I've been listed as a "moderate" supporter, which is justifiable because of how I answered two questions relating to funding.
Here's what I think, so you can make your own judgement:
Posted by Aaron Hammond · October 05, 2018 4:46 PM
When we discuss good government, transparency is usually a feature we value. It seems the coalition also values transparency, but in a much more literal sense… If they make information invisible, perhaps we won’t notice their terrible actions.
If you think that the revolving door of Australian prime ministers is a cause for concern, what's even more shocking is what's happened in the Senate. Here it seems to be difficult for people to even stay with the same party, let alone the same leader.
Posted by Andrea Leong · October 01, 2018 10:42 PM
In the lead-up to the Wentworth by-election, GetUp! has put another set of very focussed questions to us. This round of interrogation was about the environment and our ABC. All questions gave the option of answering "Yes", "No", or "Uncommitted and gave space to elaborate.
Andrea Leong, the Science Party's candidate for Wentworth, answered these questions on 1st October 2018.