Hosted by Amber Daines, The Politics of Everything launched in May 2017 as a weekly podcast series asking newsworthy experts and leaders the tricky questions about the politics of everything that matters to mankind in the 21st century.
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Justin recently launched www.JuniorEntrepreneur.com which is an online resource that teaches kids how to take an idea and turn it into a business. That program has had massive International success
He also is the author of eight international bestselling books, personally, mentors over 100 business owners each year, and is regarded as one of Australia's most sought-after speakers, with an audience of over 150,000 per annum.
Justin Herald is a man who has done so much with his life and in his own way.
In this podcast you will learn:
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Today I am in conversation with Michael Buckland, the new CEO of the McKell Institute, Australia's leading think tank in areas of housing affordability, taxation, wage theft, wage growth, superannuation, childcare, and more. The McKell Institute works with all major political parties to pursue pragmatistic progressive solutions to our most pressing policy challenges.
Michael joined the Institute from Australia's largest philanthropic fund, the Paul Ramsay Foundation, where he led policy programs and public affairs to help achieve their mission to break cycles of disadvantage in Australia. His passion while working for the Foundation was seeking ways to disrupt the stubborn cycle of disadvantage caused by our criminal justice system.
Michael's earliest political memory was of students wearing protest shirts to Balmain Primary School during the waterfront dispute. Watching people suffer for a cause, and for others, shaped the way he views policy challenges.
Michael went on to serve as Chief of Staff and Policy Director to NSW Opposition Leaders, giving him extensive experience at the highest levels in policy development and government. His diverse background includes work for derivatives trading firm, First Prudential Markets, trade unions, and advocacy campaigns.
In this show, Michael unpacks:
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