Voters Views

This week we asked our members what topics interested them enough to do something about them. Their priorities in order […]

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Ode to Voters

A small minority controls what’s done

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Cartier watches a POLIWATCH issue for Australian voters 

votes and voices

Numbers of Votes & Voices combined bring Victory, if you don’t SHOUT!

Time to speak up.

When democracy fails the community, it is usually because the “silent majority” stays silent when it should  speak up. Self-interest […]

How not to persuade politicians or influence society

30 women, many distinguished and wise, signed an open letter to the Prime Minister published in yesterday’s Sydney Morning Herald […]

Lessons in Democracy – MPs do listen!

“Going to Canberra” for Christmas shopping?

Why do so many groups wanting to influence government, “Go to Canberra” or “Protest outside Parliament House”? They could mostly […]

Superannuation, education, housing & personal wealth

Should Australians be allowed to use their earnings to buy a home, which is the best form of superannuation imaginable? […]

How to exert power and influence in Australia today

FairGO and Voters Network have spent 30+ years developing secret strategies that enable every Australian voter to exert power and […]