Public Policy Institute Events

Roundtable event with John Lonsdale, Deputy Chair of APRA

Hear from Mr John Lonsdale, Deputy Chair of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA), who will be discussing Australian financial regulation following the Hayne Royal Commission.

  • Categories: Law, economics, governance and regulation
  • Audiences: AcademicsStudents

An Insider’s Guide to Working with Government – Tips, Tricks and Traps for Researchers

During this interactive lunchtime workshop, Dr Michael Schaper, the former deputy chair of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) will provide an insider’s insight into the world of public policy.

  • Categories: Law, economics, governance and regulation
  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessional staff
Indian General Election

Roundtable with Professor Craig Jeffrey

Exclusive roundtable luncheon discussing the Indian general election and what it means for Australia

  • Categories: India
  • Audiences: Academics

Charities: Their Nature and Purpose

If you are interested in charities, their operations and their future, join us for this highly relevant presentation.

  • Categories: People, culture, society and politics
  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessional staffPublicStudents

Big Issues for Western Australia Launch

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  • Audiences: PublicProfessional staffAcademicsStudents
2019 Reid Oration

2019 Reid Oration - What ever happened to political reform?

2019 Reid Oration with the Hon. Geoff Gallop AC FIPAA

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  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessional staffPublicStudents

Drivers of Innovation to 2035

State of Play, in partnership with the UWA Public Policy Institute, invite you to engage with a panel of mining leaders as they discuss the outcomes of the world's largest survey on mining innovation.

  • Categories: Cities, development, transport and planning
  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessional staffPublicStudents
School children

The Tough Love Debate | Public Seminar

Can thoughtful schools achieve what suspensions and exclusions cannot?

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Old Age

Breakfast by the Bay: Ageing Better - What should we be doing and what should we expect government to do?

What are the ingredients of better ageing, for individuals and for society?

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  • Audiences: AcademicsProfessional staffPublic

AP-PPN Annual Conference 2020

Conference Theme: Research, Evidence, and Public Policy in Asia Pacific

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  • Audiences: AcademicsStudents
12 - 14Feb