Australian Policy & History works to link historians with policy-makers, the media and the Australian public. We aim to inform public debate and promote better public policy-making through an understanding of history. See what we do and who we are.
On this site you can find a wide variety of papers which provide historical perspectives on current events and issues. Click on the links below to:
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The Inaugural Alfred Deakin Research Institute Essay Challenge, 2014 has begun:
‘Interrogating the Im/morality of Refugee Policy and the Politics of Refugee Resettlement in Regional Australia.’
Australian Policy and History (APH) is pleased to announce the recipients of nine Australian Policy and History/Copyright Agency Limited Internships. These internships, part of APH’s career development programme, are designed to help ten early-career historians to enhance their writing skills and publication record through the development of individual research projects. Members of the Australian Policy & History Network are mentoring these as they develop a research project that links historical inquiry and practice with current affairs.