Children are our future. They are the next leaders of our nation. So what solutions can we implement now to make sure our future generations have a better standard of living?
Honesty is always the best policy. What can we do to make sure honesty from ourselves, our governments and organisations goes beyond just thoughts and words and becomes action?
Economic growth allows our living standards to rise. What can we do as a society and culture to ensure we are creating the industries and jobs necessary for boosting our economy?
We can learn a lot from previous generations. With the 65 + population steadily growing, how can we make sure affordable and flexible quality aged care services are a priority in our communities?
Owning your own home is the great Australian dream. But with the housing market becoming increasingly unaffordable, what can we do to make sure it doesn’t just stay a dream?
Being accountable for one’s actions is crucial for building trust in our society. With accountability under the spotlight, what can we do to ensure people, governments and organisations are responsible for their actions?
Despite being one of the most privileged nations in the world, we still don’t have the best practices to care for our disadvantaged. What can we do to make sure poverty, unemployment or poor health are a thing of the past?
Employment is fundamental to an inclusive, sustainable and healthy community. What can we do to ensure every member of our community has an opportunity to gain employment?
With an effective and efficient healthcare system, our quality of life and longevity increases. For this to occur, the system needs to constantly innovate. So what’s one solution to achieve effective healthcare in Australia?
An effective government provides security for it’s citizens. How can we ensure governments formulate, implement and deliver quality decisions, policies and services for our diverse communities?
What’s the Future, Australia?
What’s the Future, Australia? is a nationwide ideas competition focused on creating positive change. It's non-profit and not aligned. We’re asking Australians to get involved on four big topics. Topics go live progressively from 8 Oct. Entries close on 4 Nov. Voting closes on 11 Nov. #WTFAustralia is brought to you by the creators of last year’s runaway success, My Big Idea. Submit an idea here or join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram!Take me to #WTFAustralia!
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My Big Idea was a nationwide ideas competition focused on creating positive change for Australia. We asked Australians to submit ideas on ways to improve aspects of our country that the community said it cared most about: from how to boost economic growth, to how to care for the disadvantaged, to how to reduce damage to our natural environment. You submitted 1,200 ideas and voted for the ones you liked most. The top 100 ideas went to a judging panel, with 12 winners now being brought to life thanks to the winners and support from some of Australia’s leading organisations.
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