For the past month and a half, I have had the pleasure and privilege of living and working in Wellington, New Zealand, on a Mannkal scholarship. Although with a summer much colder, wetter, and windier
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Where to start? While I was only in Melbourne and at the Liberty Hub for a few short weeks there was so much going on I feel like I was there for so much longer.
From Entrepreneurial Mindset Bootcamp to Concept to Creation: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Growth
The Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation (CERI) is dedicated to creating a more sustainable future for West Australian businesses and innovation. Through its many educational and entrepreneurship programs, CERI has helped create more than
‘The Economics of the Future’ It has been nearly two weeks since I arrived in London. I have settled in nicely and am enjoying the summer heat that reminds me so much of my home
Most people know that Western Australia is home to famous sporting teams like the Perth Wildcats, the West Coast Eagles, and the Fremantle Dockers. What most people don’t know is that Perth is also home
Exploring the Boundaries of Free Speech: Reflections from the IEA Future Thought Leaders’ Programme in London
After a long and exciting journey, I have finally arrived in London for the Institute of Economic Affairs’ Future Thought Leaders’ Programme. It is surreal to be out of Australia and on the other
Exploring Political Perspectives: Reflections on the ALS Friedman Conference and the Fight for Individual Dignity
While the political right is often referred to as a single category, the ALS Friedman Conference was an opportunity for me to refine my political perspective with relation to other groups commonly classed as right-wing.
I could not choose between two favourite sessions at the Friedman Conference – Tom Palmer’s Welcome and Keynote Address and the Keynote Presentation by David Limbrick. Both of these sessions were on the second day
The Australian Fair Work Commission’s (FWC) recent decision to increase the federal minimum wage by 5.2 percent and 4.6 percent for award minimum wages was higher than most expected. Usually, the FWC strikes a
It’s 11:30pm. The person next to me on the flight is coughing. Sniffling ripples from the walls of the aircraft. Anxiety finds me. I just hope I don’t catch anything. My flight is restless, sleep