Choose one report from the list below, and complete your policy briefing on your chosen report. You should address your briefing to a Minister, but given that we now have a new government, we don't know yet who the new relevant Minister might be in some portfolios. So it is ok to address your briefing to "To the Minister for ...." (you fill in the name of the relevant portfolio). Of course, please add their name if has been announced. Additionally, you might choose to write your briefing for a Minister in a State government, in which case you should refer to them by the correct and formal title. Please complete your briefing using the Policy Briefings Template. Reports for you to choose from (choose one): Welfare policy: Bourke, E. and M. Foo, 2022, Rental Affordability Snapshot: National Report. Anglicare Australia: Ainslie ACT. April 2022. Environment policy: Climate Council, 2022, The Lost Years: Counting the Costs of Climate Inaction in Australia. Climatecouncil.org.au. Health policy: L'Hote, E., M. Castellina, A. Volmert, L. Conklin, P. O'Shea, 2022, A Matter of Life and Death: Explaining the Wider Determinants of Health in the UK. Frameworks, March. [Note to students: even though this is a report from the UK, you are writing your briefing for an Australian MP). Education policy: Commonwealth of Australia, 2022, Don't take it as read: Inquiry into adult literacy and its importance. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Employment, Education, and Training. Canberra: Parliament of Australia. Policy impacting First Nations people: Stuchbery, C., B. Gosper, A. Dodd, S. Huebner, L. OrmondParker, B. Buller, 2022 Above and Beyond Broadcasting: A study of first nations media and the COVID-19 pandemic. First Nations Media Australia, Alice Springs, Australia. Alcohol and illicit drugs policy: Denniss, R. and M. Saunders, 2022, Impacts of Beer Excise Rate Cut. The Australia Institute: Canberra.