Australian democracy is in peril, warns university boss

By Paul Osborne
Updated December 5 2023 - 1:23pm, first published 12:30pm
ANU vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt is concerned about a decline in public trust and bipartisanship (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
ANU vice-chancellor Brian Schmidt is concerned about a decline in public trust and bipartisanship (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)

Universities and media organisations have been urged to do more to restore trust in government and politics.

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