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Infographic 2/22 Federal Election 2022 (Unit 4)

Federal Election 2022 - Unit 4 Unit 4 - The accountability of the Commonwealth Parliament - through elections for the House of Representatives   This post refers only to the House of Representatives and the preferential voting system used to elect it. It does not...

Infographic 2/22 Federal Election 2022 (Unit 2)

Federal Election 2022 Year 11 Unit 2 advantages and disadvantages of the electoral and voting systems in Australia with reference to at least one recent (the last ten years) election ways individuals, political parties and pressure groups can participate in the...

Infographic 4/21 – Australia’s human rights system

This blog post supports Infographic 4/21, published in September 2021. Syllabus: the ways human rights are protected in Australia, including in the Constitution, common law, statutory law, and charters of rights, such as the Charter of Human Rights and...

Infographic 2/21 – Industrial Relations as a contemporary political and legal issue

This blog post supports Infographic 2/21, published in May 2021. Industrial relations is a key ideological difference between the Coalition parties and the Labor Party. Consequently, industrial relations reforms proposed by either of the major parties triggers intense...

Welcome to new students of Politics and Law

“If you're not confused, you’re not thinking” - Albert Einstein So, you are about to commence a new year of study in Politics and Law.  How do you succeed and get the most out of your studies? Politics and Law is one of the humanities.  Humanities subjects tend to be...