Economic Reform Australia was established to offer a broader understanding of how economics affects the lives of Australians. Its purpose includes education and research as well as advocacy for a fairer and more sustainable Australia.
In brief, we hold that our society should ideally operate on the basis of a number of mutually accepted values, and with an agreed minimal level of social and environmental infrastructure. These include:
(a) respect for human rights and human dignity,
(b) compassion for those who are suffering,
(c) respect for the law and justice for all citizens,
(d) commitment to human welfare and security, including guaranteed income, employment, education and health care for all,
(e) fairness and social justice,
(f) a reasonable distribution of wealth and income, and
(g) adequate support for what is needed to secure ecological sustainability and to address climate change.
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A foundational course for building economic systems that support ecological health and social justice