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Federalism repository

One of the objectives of the Council for the Australian Federation (CAF) is to promote and communicate to the Australian people the benefits of Australia's federal system in providing diversity of policy options.

CAF's Best Practice Federalism Repository was established to capture the many documents and debates on Australia's federal future. CAF is focused on exploring practical ways to improve our federal system of government and to harness the significant benefits this offers Australians.

The repository provides links to federalism resources, including journal articles, speeches, conference papers, organisations and research programs. Please click on the links below to access the repository.


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