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The Institute of Public Administration Australia is seeking expressions of interest from qualified public administration academics to take on the editorship of the Australian Journal of Public Administration from 1 January 2022.
IPAA and the University of Canberra are pleased to announce that the 2021 round for grant funding from the Public Administration Research Trust Fund is now open.
The workforce elements of the public sector’s pandemic were the focus of a recent interview by Geraldine Doogue AO on ABC Radio National’s Saturday Extra program. Her guests were IPAA National President Dr Gordon de Brouwer PSM and Tom Burton, Government Editor with the Australian Financial Review.
Building public sector performance: citizen engagement in design of government policy and programmes
New Zealand consultant and researcher Keitha Booth looks at how Sweden, Finland and Ireland have engaged the public effectively and asks government agencies to lead more of this work through co-design.
The Australian Government is inviting feedback on proposals for the Indigenous Voice. The proposals were the focus of a recent discussion between Professor Tom Calma AO and Letitia Hope at a webinar on Indigenous Voice hosted by IPAA ACT.
Researchers from Melbourne’s Monash University have been surprised by some of their findings on the policy influence of successful royal commissions, recently published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration.
The mental health of Australians impacted by the devastating bushfires of late 2019 and early 2020 was recently the key topic of conversation between Andrew Colvin OAM APM and Christine Morgan.
Trust, fairness, influence and reform are just some of the themes explored by a diverse range of Australian and international authors in the March issue of the Australian Journal of Public Administration.
A new animation explaining the membership and role of the proposed National Voice was played to attendees at an Indigenous Voice webinar hosted recently by the Centre for Social Impact.
In a recent video released to celebrate International Women’s Day 2021, senior women from every Australian public service shared their thoughts on what makes them proud to be a leader.
IPAA will be calling for expressions of interest in June from interested parties to take over the editorship of the Australian Journal of Public Administration from 1 January 2022, with the current editors stepping down after two terms.
IPAA South Australia hosted an event in late 2020 to unpack the Uluru Statement from the Heart with Professor Megan Davis delivering the keynote address on Voice Treaty Trust.