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The Australia Institute is the country’s most influential progressive think tank. Based in Canberra, it conducts research on a broad range of economic, social and environmental issues in order to inform public debate and bring greater accountability to the democratic process.
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The aim of this graphic is to put the government’s foreign aid cuts into perspective. The government has cut foreign aid by 4.5 billion over 4 years.
This graphic has three main components. Firstly there should be a quote from the government about why they are doing the cuts:
“We can only be a more generous nation to the rest of the world if we have a strong Australian economy” (Joe Hockey)
The second part of the infographic is playing on the words from the quote about being ‘generous’. We have examples of what the government can afford to be generous about. It should have a heading such as ‘So who can we afford to be generous to?’
The foreign aid budget for 2012-13 is $3.9 billion. These are things we spend more money on:
- $10 billion is spent on superannuation tax concessions to the top 5% of income earners
- I am not sure of the precise $ figure yet but we spend more on new submarines. It would be great if you could add the graphic for this example and I will give you the exact number later.
- $4.5 billion is spent on subsidies to the mining industry
- Support for non-government schools is $9.8 billion.
The final part is putting the cuts into context by showing how they won’t make a difference to the Australian economy. The key fact to get across is that savings from foreign aid cuts is around $1b per year. The government’s budget is $381.4 billion/year which means it would take just one day (1.1 days) of government revenue to recuperate the cost of the additional foreign aid spending.
There should also be a footer down the bottom of the page with room for references and our logo (attached).
To see examples of past graphics that the Australia Institute has done see our tumblr page: http://australiainstitute.tumblr.com/
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