A contributiopn to accountability and transparency in Government, the Gov 2.0 project examines the potential of online access and social media on government accessibility.
The Victorian Legislative Council, which will be reformed with effect from the
general elections on 25 November 2006, has the potential to be a major
instrument of accountability.
This discussion paper canvasses a range of reforms and revisions affecting the
accountability of ministers and governments to Parliament and citizens.
Laurie Oakes From: Herald Sun March 06, 2010 12:00AM
A HUGE television audience will watch the Academy Awards as Sandra Bullock, Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, George Clooney and the rest compete for those little golden statuettes.
A new awards contest to be launched in Australia a few days later will not arouse quite the same interest, but it deserves attention just the same.
Instead of the Oscars, we’re about to get the Buttons and the Missens.
Political Finance in Australia: a skewed and secret system.
Australian National University. Democratic Audit of Australia By Joo-Cheong Tham and Sally Young
The Australian National University 2006
Inaugural Frank Costigan Oration 2009
The Hon. John Cain presents:
“Corruption: Where to Now?”
Date: 18 November 2009
Location: Melbourne Law School
LAW REFORM COMMITTEE INQUIRY
Submission by the Accountability Round Table
October 11, 2009
Sydney Morning Herald
Pyne calls for reform of Question Time
Time limits should be introduced for questions and answers in federal parliament to stop the government behaving like kids who’ve broken into a lolly shop, says Liberal frontbencher Christopher Pyne.
Submission to the National Consultation on Human Rights
Government of Canada Privy Council Office
Accountable Government – A Guide for Ministers and Ministers of State