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Experiences of the Cashless Debit Card from First Peoples of Ceduna

  • Published Date: 10 October 2019
  • Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Indigenous Affairs
Carissa Lee Godwin, Editor, APO’s First Peoples & Public Policy Collection, presents key findings from a paper on the Federal Government’s Cashless Debit Card trial, the expansion of which is ...
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Intelligent Regulators: How data and smart systems transform modern regulation

  • Published Date: 10 October 2019
Regulators across the world are facing growing demands for action in complex and volatile domains combined with shrinking resources, but help is at hand: many are using technology-driven regulation to...
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NT Police officer named inaugural ANZSOG Indigenous Churchill Fellowship recipient

  • Published Date: 07 October 2019
  • Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Indigenous Affairs
ANZSOG’s inaugural Indigenous Churchill Fellowship recipient has been announced as Alphonsus Shields, an Alice Springs-based Senior Constable and General Duties Policeman in the Northern Territory P...
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From Tina Fey to Amy Schumer: Are female comics the new policy entrepreneurs?

  • Published Date: 02 October 2019
The last decade has seen ongoing issues of gender inequity as well as arguably the golden age of female comics. From Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to Amy Schumer, what can these female comics teach us abou...
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ANZSOG’s APSA Policy Prize winners announced

  • Published Date: 01 October 2019
Researchers exploring the barriers to collaboration among public servants and the tensions around boundary-making in anti-corruption policy have shared the inaugural ANZSOG/ Australian Political Studi...
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NSW Surveyor-General Narelle Underwood wins Emerging Female Leader Award

  • Published Date: 30 September 2019
Not only is Narelle Underwood the youngest NSW Surveyor-General for 200 years, she is the first woman to hold the position, a major role which is responsible for regulation of the land and mining surv...
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How to thrive in a high-pressure role of a public sector deputy

  • Published Date: 25 September 2019
The role of a public sector deputy has always been high pressure, with the challenges of managing relationships with ministers, stakeholders, other departments and the media. But in an era of bigger ...
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From Melbourne to Kenya: ANZSOG alum’s international journey

  • Published Date: 25 September 2019
ANZSOG's Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) alum Thomas Kaye is living in Nairobi and using his expertise and passion for public service to help transform education system...
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ANZSOG alum’s Spirit of Service recognised

  • Published Date: 17 September 2019
New Zealand’s annual Spirit of Service Awards have recognised the best and most innovative work of the country’s public sector, including an ANZSOG alum for his work in disability services reform....
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A field guide to spotting policy successes in the wild

  • Published Date: 17 September 2019
Like policy failures, policy successes are in the eye of the beholder. They are not mere facts but stories. To claim a public policy, program or project is a ‘success’ is effectively an act of int...
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How to use technology to develop intelligent regulation

  • Published Date: 13 September 2019
How can regulators use technology to tackle the problems caused by shrinking resources and growing expectations? The answer is to become ‘intelligent regulators’ using technology to gather more in...
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Economic independence through Indigenous art in Australia’s far north

  • Published Date: 06 September 2019
  • Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Indigenous Affairs
Economic self-determination through art and culture can be empowering, but for some remote communities, it can be difficult to achieve. Carissa Lee Godwin, Editor, APO’s First Peoples & Public P...