Despite facing difficulties in managing the economic impacts of the pandemic, if Sri Lanka can reduce poverty, enable women to secure paid work, and control its debt, it will have reason for optimism, Ganeshan Wignaraja writes.
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It’s time for drug decriminalisation
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On this Democracy Sausage, journalist David Crowe and political accountability expert Yee-Fui Ng join Mark Kenny to discuss how a federal integrity commission might work and the political obstacles to ensuring such an institution is strong and effective.
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On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, scholars Mathew Davies and Susan Harris Rimmer join us to look at the complex human rights landscape in Southeast Asia and throughout the Asia-Pacific region, and what role the international community can and should play.
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