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  1. 15 November 2022 - Legal Affairs

    Rebuilding Victoria’s forgotten integrity institution

    Victorian voters rank political integrity as a key issue in the upcoming election – a University of Melbourne expert asks how public trust can be restored?

  2. 27 May 2022 - Humanities

    Broken parachutes

    The 2022 election shows that the days of ‘parachuted in’ star power are over – voters want candidates with grassroots, says University of Melbourne expert

  3. 20 May 2019 - Humanities

    Voter aspiration delivers for Coalition

    Scott Morrison’s "aspirational individualism" resonated with voters, leaving the polls behind and forcing a Labor rethink, says University of Melbourne expert.

  4. 19 June 2017 - Public Affairs

    France clearly ‘On the Move’

    Macron's En Marche! won an overall majority in the French legislative election but will still face challenges in government, says the University of Melbourne.

  5. 12 July 2016 - Public Affairs

    Why it’s too late for Malcolm Turnbull

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull goes into an unstable and divided 45th Parliament, which will make decision making and public policy complicated.

  6. Podcast7 July 2016 - The Policy Shop

    Reading behind the ballot papers

    Both major parties were losers in Australia's Federal election. In Policy Shop University of Melbourne Vice-Chancellor Glyn Davis discusses what's going on.

  7. 5 July 2016 - Public Affairs

    Why politics is testing our faith

    A fractured Australian election result and signs of voter disenchantment are raising questions about political culture and fit for purpose institutions.

  8. Live ended29 June 2016 - Public Affairs

    Election 2016: Malcolm Turnbull claims victory

    University of Melbourne experts analyse the result of the 2016 Australian Federal Election and pinpoint the challenges ahead for the incoming Government.

  9. 13 May 2016 - Public Affairs

    Election Watch: Australia 2016

    Election Watch, a University of Melbourne website, that will

  10. 15 April 2016 - Go Figure

    Why Australians are made to vote

    The real secret to how and why Australia adopted compulsory voting was simplicity, say University of Melbourne experts – simply no-one was opposed to the idea.