Where, in all of this talk of the economy, is the issue of poverty, both in Australia and abroad? What are the implications of the major parties' policies for poverty and inequality, two issues that bring a much-needed ethical inflection to the too often grubby business of electioneering?
Professor in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy at the University of Sydney
Danielle Celermajer is a Professor from the University of Sydney's Department of Sociology and Social Policy and co-founder of the Australian arm of Academics Stand Against Poverty.
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