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Why national constitutional, civics and citizenship education must be a priority for Australian school students
The Australian Constitution
Chapter I - The Parliament
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Part V - Powers of the Parliament
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Bad King John
How did Australia come to own an original 1297 Magna Carta?
Magna Carta for Primary Teachers
Magna Carta for Secondary Teachers
CEFA and the Magna Carta – marking the 800th anniversary in Australia
Nicholas Cowdery AM QC: Magna Carta: 800 Years Young
Sponsor a Teacher
Celebrating the Australian Way
G-G Prize Questions 2022
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2018-2019 Governor-General’s Prize winners
Implementation of a school parliament in detail
Mentor a School Parliament
Reasonable and appropriate: restrictions on our rights to cross interstate borders
Anzac Day, the Australian Spirit, shared values and coronavirus
The rule of law during the coronavirus pandemic
Can Australian States lock-out residents of other States?
Is cooperative federalism all it’s cracked up to be?
A functioning Parliament during a time of crisis
High Court decision defines Aboriginal Australian identity
Our Constitution and sports grants
The role of women in federation and the writing of the Australian Constitution
The great constitutional heist
How quickly can the Parliament return?
Preferential voting in Australia
The history and role of the Governor of New South Wales
The birth of our nation at Centennial Park
CEFA's Winter Newsletter
What does the Constitution say about the qualification of electors?
Trust in government declines again
When will we have a federal election?
Replacing dual citizens in the Senate
Section 44 bites again
What next? A change of government?
Responsible Ministers and the Constitution
Do we have a constitutional right to protest?
The citizenship seven
Are the proposed new anti-terrorism laws constitutional?
Do I really have a right to a trial by jury?
WAxit: is a financial secession possible?
The section 44i saga continues
The roles of Australian and English courts with respect to the validity of executive and legislative action
Are we in a constitutional crisis?
The same-sex marriage survey: testing Executive Power in the High Court
Marriage and the Constitution
Does Australia need a Charter of Rights?
Can you owe an allegiance to a foreign power if you don’t know you’re a citizen?
Should the Defence Force be deployed in domestic terrorism situations?
What is a pecuniary interest?
Is the Constitution still relevant today?
Could a constitutional challenge to the South Australian bank levy be successful?
An Executive and Judicial tussle: Is this healthy for our democracy?
Section 96 and the $900m loan to Adani
50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum
Rod Culleton and the Privy Council
What does the Constitution say about receiving and spending Government funds?
Is it Lucy Gichuhi’s Senate seat?
Canberra and the Constitution
Government spending powers restrained by the Constitution
The Bob Day disqualification: Interpreting the Constitution
How do you define democracy?
The birth of the Constitution
Do you think that ‘Law and order’ is the same as ‘the rule of law’?
Who has the power to fix our power networks?
Why are we called the ‘Commonwealth of Australia’?
The Australian Constitution in action: redistribution of electoral boundaries
Why do MPs have flexible three years terms in the federal Parliament?
Why are we so outraged that our politicians get paid?
Separation of powers on display in America
Chief Justice Susan Kiefel sworn in on Monday
Bail laws: once again up for debate
Former Senator Rod Culleton’s demise: the Constitution in action
Why didn’t New Zealand become an Australian State at Federation?
Australian Constitution Centre: a 2017 reality at the High Court of Australia
Referendums: Australia v Italy
The Senate as the States House
The double dissolution was a success
The High Court as the ‘Court of Disputed Returns’
A peaceful revolution or democracy working as it should?
Why can’t a bankrupt person sit in parliament?
What was the role of the Privy Council?
Who is Australia’s Commander-in-Chief?
The separation of powers and Trump’s threats to jail Clinton
Could the NSW ban on greyhound racing be unconstitutional?
The role of the High Court in Australian democracy
How are resigning Senators replaced?
Is the lack of Constitutional knowledge linked to political mistrust?
Federal election dates: PM or people's call
The NBN Leaks: Parliamentary privilege?
Federalism in a changing Australia
Are there Constitutional restrictions for a national sex offender register?
Isn’t free speech a Constitutional right?
Did the changes to Senate voting work?
The NT Youth Justice Royal Commission: What can we expect?
Democracy: Turkey v Australia
Is electronic voting a good idea?
Constitutional crisis or is the system working as it was designed?
Voting critical to our democracy
What is caretaker mode?
The role of the Queen and the Governor-General in Australian democracy
The Senate: do we need it?
Dividing the Senate after a Double Dissolution
Why aren’t young Australians interested in voting?
Election writs: vital process, but a bit boring
A double dissolution: the how and what
High Court to decide constitutionality of Senate voting changes
PNG Supreme Court rules that Manus Island detention is unconstitutional
Voters to settle Parliamentary deadlock at likely double dissolution
Prorogue could provoke Parliamentary revolt
The State of Northern Queensland: A pipe dream or a reality?
Shaking up the Federation through taxation
An extra dose of democracy for Queenslanders
An update: Senate voting changes
Are politicians keeping you uninformed about the planned referendums and plebiscites?
Are the new citizenship laws unconstitutional?
Balancing civil liberties with the protection of the community
CEFA’s role as a Constitutional watchdog
Caught by surprise by section five
Constitutional amendments in other parts of the world
Democracy: policy not popularity
Does international law fit within our constitutional democracy today?
Don’t vote [insert minor party here*], it’s a wasted vote
Double dissolution: Will he? Won’t he?
I disagree with what you say
Religious freedom in the Constitution
Section 61: Could it bring offshore immigration detention crashing down?
The great 2016 Senate marathon
The story behind the footage of Whitlam's 'Kerr's cur' speech
Why isn't the role of Prime Minister stipulated in the Constitution?
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