ACU’s public policy think-tank.
Shared landscapes. New conversations. Deeper thinking.
The institute's work is centred on three major work streams providing a clear-eyed, evidence-based survey of the political and sociological landscape, and the opportunities and challenges for the years ahead.
Along with work stream projects, we also manage stand-alone projects. Our goal is to bring visibility to evidence and perspectives that may have been overlooked and to contribute to positive and respectful public debate. This is especially important on issues where there are deeply held concerns on all sides.
Each month a member of our team will discuss their thoughts on a range of topics – from our work, to current affairs, social issues and much more.
The PM Glynn Institute has established a new policy program with Uphold & Recognise to develop policy options on how the recommendations of the Uluru Statement from the Heart might be implemented.
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