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ANZSOG public servant delegation benefits from unique insights into China

  • Published Date: 11 October 2018
Australia’s economic future is increasingly tied to China, and ANZSOG’s China Reciprocal Program (CRP) for 2018 has again immersed a group of senior Australian and New Zealand public servants in&n...
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South Australia’s five key steps to embracing public value thinking

  • Published Date: 11 October 2018
  • Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Public Value
Towards the end of its long term in office, from 2002 to March 2018, the Labor-led Government of South Australia (2002–2018) embraced Mark Moore’s characterisation of the public manager’s role i...
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Job alert: New Zealand Prime Minister’s ANZSOG Chair in Public Service Ethics and Integrity

  • Published Date: 05 October 2018
A new academic position, created by ANZSOG in partnership with Victoria University of Wellington, will focus on improving New Zealand’s public sector leadership. The New Zealand Prime Minister’s ...
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Professor Glyn Davis AC appointed to new joint ANU and ANZSOG role

  • Published Date: 26 September 2018
Professor Glyn Davis AC has been appointed to the Crawford School of Public Policy, which will involve teaching senior public sector leaders and important research on public policy and administration....
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Conference to bring together public services, academics and Indigenous Australians to improve policy

  • Published Date: 26 September 2018
ANZSOG will continue its commitment to improving public sector leadership in Indigenous affairs, and creating better outcomes for the First Peoples of Australia and New Zealand, with a new conference ...
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ANZSOG/PM+C conference to set new directions for Indigenous policy

  • Published Date: 26 September 2018
The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG), in partnership with the Australian Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, will bring public sector leaders, not-for-profits, academi...
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Solomon Lecture: Professor Ken Smith says government transparency is key to trust

  • Published Date: 26 September 2018
ANZSOG Dean and CEO Professor Ken Smith has called for governments to increase their commitment to freedom of information (FOI), transparency and open government as a way of rebuilding trust in democr...
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Learning from feminist approaches to evidence-based policy: the case of the Conflict Tactics Scale

  • Published Date: 25 September 2018
The Women’s Policy Action Tank was established to place a gender lens over policies, many of which purport to be gender-neutral, because many policies are never subject to such a specific interrogat...
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A transcript of Professor Ken Smith's 2018 Solomon Lecture

  • Published Date: 24 September 2018
The Solomon Lecture was held in Brisbane on Monday 24 September 2018 at the Office of the Information Commissioner Queensland, to mark International Right to Information Day. The Solomon Lecture is n...
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VPSC/ANZSOG delegation: Victorian Aboriginal public servants learn from New Zealand’s treaty experience

  • Published Date: 18 September 2018
The Victorian government recently passed the first treaty legislation in Australia. The legislation provides a roadmap for future treaty negotiations between the state of Victoria and Aboriginal commu...
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ANZSOG and ANU seeking Sir John Bunting Chair of Public Administration

  • Published Date: 18 September 2018
ANZSOG and the School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR) at the Australian National University (ANU) are seeking to appoint a person of international renown to the Sir John Bunting Chair o...
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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori: ANZSOG alums keep Māori language and culture strong

  • Published Date: 13 September 2018
Preserving and promoting culture and language are vital for the strength of Indigenous communities, say two New Zealand ANZSOG alums who work with Māori people to achieve their aspirations. This wee...