Pages tagged by "Policy"

WiNS: Ms Frances Adamson "The 'Game of Thrones' effect"

Ms Frances Adamson, Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provided the WiNS afternoon keynote address, The "Game of Thrones" effect: the interrelationship between role models and reality for women in international security.

WiNS: The Hon. Julie Bishop MP: The Future of Power

The Hon. Julie Bishop MP delivering the keynote address to the WiNS conference on 24 October 2018. In the context of the Future of Power, Ms Bishop considered whether we have learned the lessons of history or are doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past. This footage is provided by ANU TV.

National Security College graduate studies information evening

There has never been a better time to study national security. With threats and challenges rapidly evolving and multiplying, Australian governments, businesses and organisations are developing strategies with an outlook measured not in years, but in decades.

Rethinking federalism

The outgoing Chairman of the COAG Reform Council Paul McClintock AO has called for a “national conversation” about the future of Australia’s federal system.

Harnessing federalism: the missing key to successful reform

The 2012 Sir Roland Wilson lecture by Mr Paul McClintock AO, Chairman of the COAG Reform Council.

Tackling homelessness

How government, academics and non-profit organisations can work together to address the crisis of homelessness will be the subject of a major speech by Crawford's Professor Janine O’Flynn.

Government's Murray plan risky: academic

New research challenges the water saving measures that form a key platform of the Australian Government’s proposed Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Future proofing

Dr Ken Henry is one of the country’s best-known public servants and a renowned economist. In his new role as Executive Chair of the ANU Institute of Public Policy at the Crawford School, he hopes to bring fresh thinking to the nation’s biggest challenges and opportunities, writes JAMES GIGGACHER.
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