The PM Glynn Institute was established by Australian Catholic University in early 2016 to provide the Catholic community with a standing capacity to analyse public policy issues of concern not only to the Catholic Church and its services, but to the wider Australian community as well.
The Democracy in a Religious World work stream contributes to a broadening of focus and attention to the role that religion and faith play in public policy issues.
The meaning and implications of particular human rights have long been the subject of intense discussion with often widely differing interpretations, but as a society we seem to be in a period where a number of important rights are under increasing pressure.
Hope and confidence in the future sometime seem in short supply, particularly in the current social and political climate.
The 2019 Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) international experience is designed to reflect current best practice and will be delivered by acknowledged experienced scholar-practitioner...Executive Education
New Australian research has examined almost 3,000 high school students from Years 8 to 12 to discover why the aggressive rule breakers – or rebels -- are so well-liked by their peers . Do nice kids fi...Media Release
One in three Australian school principals was physically attacked and one in two experienced threats of violence at work, according to a new survey released today (Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019).Media Release