Research

Maintaining political neutrality while working in the Minister’s office

Published Date: 23 February 2021
How do non-partisan advisors in Ministers’ offices maintain political neutrality while immersed in a highly politicised environment? A paper in the Australian Journal of Public Administration...
News & Media

ANZSOG releases First Peoples strategy to incorporate Indigenous knowledge and culture into our work

  • Published Date: 23 February 2021
ANZSOG has released its first organisation-wide First Peoples Strategy to recognise the measures we are taking to incorporate First Peoples knowledge and culture into our everyday work, and to ...
News & Media

Trust First Peoples, share power and build long-term relationships say speakers at ANZSOG’s Proud Partnerships conference

  • Published Date: 23 February 2021
ANZSOG’s Proud Partnerships First Peoples virtual conference has begun with calls for governments to put more trust in First Peoples communities and build stronger long-term relationships to ...
News & Media

Reimagining Government: ANZSOG and the Centre for Public Impact’s free webinar series returns for 2021

  • Published Date: 18 February 2021
The challenges of 2020 provided a once-in-a-generation opportunity to critically examine the strengths and weaknesses of 21st century governments and begin global conversations about the possib...
News & Media

ANZSOG announces scholarship for First Peoples leaders in the public sector

  • Published Date: 16 February 2021
ANZSOG will offer a scholarship to help the development of First Peoples leaders working in the public sector in Australia and Aotearoa-New Zealand. The scholarship, worth $15,000 to $45,000, ...
News & Media

Trust in government soars in Australia and New Zealand during pandemic

  • Published Date: 15 February 2021
This article is based on research published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration by Shaun Goldfinch, ANZSOG WA Government Chair in Public Administration and Policy, Curtin Univers...
News & Media

ANZSOG brings China, Australia and Aotearoa-New Zealand together to share responses to COVID-19

  • Published Date: 11 February 2021
The following article is a summary of the ANZSOG and China’s Central Party School Dialogue: Public administration reflections on the COVID-19 response in China, Aotearoa-New Zealand and Austr...
Research

Beyond nudge: advancing the state-of-the-art of behavioural public policy and administration

Published Date: 10 February 2021
In the past two decades, behavioural public policy and behavioural public administration have attracted much political and research attention from around the world. A paper in Policy and Politi...
News & Media

First Peoples artwork represents journey to incorporate Indigenous ways of knowing and being into public sector practice

  • Published Date: 10 February 2021
ANZSOG’s upcoming Proud Partnerships in Place: First Peoples public administration virtual conference will feature original Māori and Aboriginal artwork designed to inspire attendees and rep...
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 sector regulators from all levels of government and...
News & Media

Secrets of successful Indigenous partnerships: ANZSOG First Peoples public administration conference speakers announced

  • Published Date: 04 February 2021
ANZSOG’s upcoming Proud Partnerships in Place: 2021 ANZSOG First Peoples Public Administration virtual conference will focus on sharing stories of success and building on the strengths of co...
News & Media

ANZSOG alumni, board member awarded Public Service Medals in 2021 Australia Day Honours

  • Published Date: 02 February 2021
Four ANZSOG alumni and one Board member have been recognised for their contribution to the community and commitment to excellence in the 2021 Australia Day Honours Awards. The four each receiv...