UWA Public Policy Institute Events

2021 Laki Jayasuriya Oration

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19Mar

Going Further, Faster – A Policy Agenda for WA 2021

This report contains evidence-based ideas and practical proposals to meet many of the most pressing current and emerging challenges for WA.

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25Mar
Environmental protection

Private policy roundtable on strengthening environmental protection in WA

This policy roundtable discussion will be an opportunity to exchange ideas with stakeholders from government, industry and academia.

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30Mar
Economy

How do we diversify WA’s economy successfully?

The events of the past year have pointed to a clear need to build a solid and future-proof economy.

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15Apr
Mental health

Caring for our children – addressing the youth mental health crisis in WA

This event will focus on the 'Going Further, Faster' chapter ‘Supporting Mental Health Interventions for Young People’

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13May
Democratic institutions

Promoting democratic renewal and inclusion in WA – what can be done?

Building on the launch of the Going Further, Faster report, this event will zero in on its chapter ‘Modernising Democratic Institutions, Practices and Culture’.

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27May
Aboriginal painting

Securing improved Aboriginal heritage futures in WA – how do we get there?

This event will focus on the 'Going Further, Faster' chapter ‘Protecting and Promoting Aboriginal Cultural Heritage'

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3Jun
No Planet B

Breakfast by the Bay | Building bridges to save our planet: Climate change and intergenerational justice

Join our expert panel as they explore ways of bridging the disconnect between generations in addressing climate change.

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9Jun