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How is the world borrowing from Australia to combat political polarisation?

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Kim E Beazley Lecture Theatre

Murdoch University

90 South St

Murdoch, WA 6150

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When Australia became a nation, we borrowed ideas from other countries such as the United States. Today, the roles are reversing. Political reformers in the US and other countries are looking to Australia for insights on how to combat extremism and polarised politics. Leading political scientist, Professor Benjamin Reilly, will discuss this trend and its wider implications for Australia and the rest of the world.

Professor Reilly is the Dean of Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy & International Affairs. He has advised governments and international organisations on issues of democratic governance, political development, electoral system design and party politics.

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