In 1991, more than 90 per cent of Asia’s population lived in low-income countries. By 2015, the wealth of the region had taken a dramatic turn, with more than 95 per cent living in middle-income countries. What has this change meant for the region, and what will it take to shift gear again and reach high-income status?
Podcasts: Policy Forum
This week on Policy Forum Pod, Virginia Marshall joins us to discuss the Uluru Statement from the Heart and Australia’s pathway towards healing. (more…)