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The E.G Whitlam Research Fellowship

This research fellowship has been established for the purpose of promoting research in Australian politics and public policy guided by the values that oriented Gough Whitlam’s social democratic vision and that demonstrate the contemporary relevance of this vision for 21st century Australia.

Each year, the Whitlam Institute will call for applications for the E G Whitlam Research Fellowship from candidates with a demonstrable interest in any aspect, historic or contemporary, of the policy agenda of the Whitlam government and/or the Institute’s particular interest in contemporary social democracy. The Fellowship is not currently open for applications. 

The E G Whitlam Research Fellow has the opportunity to work on a project with clear strategic relevance to the Whitlam Institute’s broader public policy program that focuses on issues relevant to a contemporary social democracy, in line with Whitlam’s vision for the Institute to pursue ‘the great and continuing work of building a more equal, open, tolerant and independent Australia’. 

Meet our current Fellows.

Work with us on policy

Have a proposal to work with us or would like to intern on one of our policy research areas? Get in touch to discuss via info@whitlam.org.

Find out more about opportunities to work or intern at the Whitlam Institute. 

 Whitlam Institute Director Leanne Smith with Distinguished Fellow Jenny Hocking at her lecture  British Involvement in the Dismissal of the Whitlam Government: the story you were never meant to know  and the launch of book  The Dismissal Dossier: The Palace Connection,  11 November 2017.

Whitlam Institute Director Leanne Smith with Distinguished Fellow Jenny Hocking at her lecture British Involvement in the Dismissal of the Whitlam Government: the story you were never meant to know and the launch of book The Dismissal Dossier: The Palace Connection, 11 November 2017.

 Distinguished Fellow Stephen FitzGerald AO delivering the 2017 Whitlam Oration on  Managing Ourselves in a Chinese World: Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Disruption

Distinguished Fellow Stephen FitzGerald AO delivering the 2017 Whitlam Oration on Managing Ourselves in a Chinese World: Australian Foreign Policy in an Age of Disruption

 Current E.G.Whitlam Research Fellows Professor du Cross, Dr Henry and Endeavour Fellow Bikram Choudhary meet with Whitlam Institute Staff, 7 June 2018. 

Current E.G.Whitlam Research Fellows Professor du Cross, Dr Henry and Endeavour Fellow Bikram Choudhary meet with Whitlam Institute Staff, 7 June 2018.