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Peter Saunders

Peter Saunders is a distinguished fellow of the Centre for Independent Studies, now living in England. After nine years living and working in Australia, Peter Saunders returned to the UK in June 2008 to work as a freelance researcher and independent writer of fiction and non-fiction.He is author of Poverty in Australia: Beyond the Rhetoric and Australia's Welfare Habit, and how to kick it. Peter Saunder's website is here.

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Mutual obligation as human rights abuse
Law & Liberties - 17/07/2012 - 28 comments
Tighten the rules on welfare payments
Society - 8/06/2012 - 24 comments
The price of money for nothing
Society - 22/12/2008 - 7 comments
EU's disdain for voters
International - 24/07/2008 - 4 comments
Helping people to help themselves
Society - 23/06/2008 - 11 comments
Saving the long term jobless
Society - 4/04/2008 - 26 comments
Education, training and jobs
Society - 26/02/2008 - 8 comments
Making the grade
Education - 12/12/2007 - 6 comments
They're not really that poor
Society - 1/11/2007 - 77 comments
Pokie in the eye for paternalism
Society - 11/10/2007 - 10 comments
Peter Costello is just like Santa on steroids
Domestic Politics - 11/05/2007 - 24 comments
Sit in the corner while we rob you
Domestic Politics - 16/04/2007 - 19 comments
Aiming to please - and failing
May 2006 Feature - 3/05/2006 - 12 comments
Defining poverty
August 2005 Feature - 8/08/2005 - 107 comments
Muddy waters: why Vinnies are wrong on inequality
Society - 22/06/2005 - 22 comments
A chasm of inequality? Really?
Economics - 14/06/2005 - 39 comments
Sort out the tax system!
Domestic Politics - 9/05/2005 - 26 comments
How increased self reliance will result in a lower burden
Economics - 15/04/2005 - 35 comments
Pop goes the housing bubble!
Economics - 18/03/2005 - 6 comments
Welfare reform: One size doesn't fit all
Society - 18/01/2005 - 5 comments
Taxing time for families
December 2004 Feature - 13/12/2004 - 2 comments
Australia's welfare system is not mean but different and fairer
Society - 17/09/2004 - 1 comment
Housing wealth holds the key to reducing income inequality
Economics - 15/07/2004
Welfare reform: let's stop taking with one hand and giving with the other
Economics - 29/09/2003
Civility assists a frictionless society but works best without coercive force
June 2003 Feature - 2/06/2003
Find 'em, catch em', put 'em in prison: how to reduce the crime rate
February 2003 Feature - 3/02/2003
Reducing taxes for low-wage earners is more effective than increasing welfare
Domestic Politics - 28/01/2003
Everyone keep it civil to grease the wheels of democracy
Society - 13/11/2002
Can we trust official statistics?
July 2002 Feature - 31/07/2002
When equal can mean unjust
July 2002 Feature - 15/07/2002
The Smith Family's poverty report is simply misleading
Economics - 15/02/2002
The 'baby bonus' is a good first step in the policy to reduce tax on the family
December 2001 Feature - 15/12/2001
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