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1370.0.00.002 - Measures of Australia's Progress - Aspirations for our Nation: A Conversation with Australians about Progress , 2011-12  
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APPENDIX A - TAP PARTICIPANTS

Social
Neer Korn - The Korn Group
Lisa Jackson-Pulver - University of New South Wales
Peter McDonald - Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute
Michael Moore - Public Health Association Australia
Simon Schrapel - UnitingCare Wesley Adelaide and ACOSS
Lindsay Rae - World Vision
Peter Burn - Australian Industry Group

Economic
Ken Henry - Australian National University
Saul Eslake - National Housing Supply Council, Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board, and Hydro Tasmania
Annette Barbetti - Superannuated Commonwealth Officers Association
Sue Richardson - Flinders University
Tim Colebatch - The Age
Jon Nicholson - Westpac
Bob Gregory - Australian National University
David Gruen - Treasury

Environment
Robert Purves - Purves Environmental Fund
Peter Cosier - Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists
Chrissy Grant - Chair Indigenous Advisory Committee
Charles Berger - Australian Conservation Foundation
Tom Hatton - CSIRO

Governance
Natasha Cica - University of Tasmania
Catherine Branson - Human Rights Commissioner
Tim Lyons - Australian Council of Trade Unions
Crispin Hull - Canberra Times
Kate Gilbert - Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
David Mason - Human Rights and Equal Opportunity commission
Geoff Allen - Allen Consulting Group
John Pritchard - Australian Local Government Association
Meredith Edwards - University of Canberra

Please note: A number of ABS subject matter experts and other contributors participated in the discussions. Also, DSEWPaC representatives attended all TAP meetings as observers.


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