Read the NRCoP six-monthly report to corporate members - December 2020

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Telling our story to the community: why good Comms matter – 11 February 2021

Regulatory frameworks - 28 January 2021


Regulating unreason - 15 December 2020

For further reading pdf Misinformation and news quality on digital platforms in Australia - ACMA (1.10 MB)

Consumers and markets in the digital age: the ACCC and the platforms – 1 December 2020

For further reading: Digital platforms inquiry - final report | ACCC

Using behavioural science at the bad end of town – 17 November 2020

Final slides

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Fundamentals of regulatory design - 27 October 2020

Facilitated conversation: Regulatory Laggards - 20 October

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Defining and measuring our public value – 13 October 2020

Measuring public value, from Maria Katsonis

Measuring public value, from BehaviourWorks

Facilitated conversation: Compliance in a crisis - 22 September

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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One space, many regulators - 8 September 2020

  • Facilitator: Simon Corden
  • Speaker 1: Rose Webb
  • Speaker 2: Tracy Mackey
  • Speaker 3: Simon Cohen

Facilitated conversation: Windows of opportunity - 25 August 2020

  • Facilitator: Adam Beaumont
  • Co-facilitator: Alice Turnbull
  • Co-facilitator: Dr. Grant Pink

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Regulation, trust and social licence - 11 August 2020

Bias by design: When the design, implementation and enforcement of rules creates disadvantage - 28 July 2020

Inside/outside: The pros and cons of the independent versus the departmental regulator, and does it matter? - 14 July 2020

  • Facilitator: Fran Thorn
  • Speaker 1: Professor Peter Shergold AC
  • Speaker 2: Professor Graeme Samuel AC

What would culturally responsive regulation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations look like? - 30 June 2020

  • Facilitator: Janet Schorer
  • Speaker 1: Brendan Thomas
  • Speaker 2. Phillip Brooks
  • Speaker 3: Simone Jackson

RegX: Achieving regulatory excellence - 16 June 2020

How do we know we’re good at what we do?: Measuring regulatory performance - 2 June 2020

Why do people comply? COVID-19 compliance behaviours in international and local perspective - 26 May 2020

Regulating the professions: What could possibly go wrong? - 19 May 2020

Learning to be better regulators: The G-Reg journey - 5 May 2020

Regulating at the border - 21 April 2020

Regulating the Population - 7 April 2020

  • Facilitator: Pauline Ireland
  • Speaker 1: Dr. Michael Eburn
  • Speaker 2: Professor Cameron Stewart

News & Media

What’s in a name? Does knowing you’re a regulator make a difference?

Published Date: 08 February 2021
By Arie Freiberg and Monica Pfeffer The ANZSOG/National Regulators Community of Practice website describes us as an active network of public s...


Performance reporting by regulators – are we measuring and reporting what matters?

Published Date: 02 December 2020
By Daniel Boardman For regulators, the idea that we should identify, define, measure and report on things that matter seems like a statement of...


Regulatory stewardship: virtue, mechanism or both?

Published Date: 06 November 2020
Regulatory stewardship is described by the NZ Treasury as involving government regulatory agencies adopting a whole-of-system, lifecycle view ...

News & Media

Regulatory Laggards – has COVID-19 led to a rise in burden shirking? An ANZSOG/NRCoP facilitated conversation

Published Date: 04 November 2020
COVID-19 has transformed many of the operational settings for regulators as well as the context and market environment for our duty holders. T...

News & Media

Compliance in a crisis: challenges and opportunities for regulators during COVID-19

Published Date: 06 October 2020
COVID-19 has put extra pressures on regulators and forced a re-examination of how they work, demonstrating the vital importance of functional ...