The July Issue of IPANZ’s Public Sector Journal has landed

by Jun 18, 2020Publication

Wellington - New Zealand by Sulthan Auliya on Unsplash

Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand

The July issue of Public Sector (Rāngai Tūmatanui), the journal of the Institute of Public Administration New Zealand (IPANZ), is now available.

Here are some of the highlights from the issue:

  • ‘Playing our part: How the public sector responded to the COVID-19 crisis’ — COVID-19 came out of nowhere. Margaret McLachlan explores how the public sector responded.
  • ‘COVID-19 physical distancing policies challenge governments and reveal public sector priorities’. Erik Baekkeskov, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at the University of Melbourne, investigates the uniqueness of the COVID crisis and the variations in Australia’s and New Zealand’s responses to it.
  • EeMun Chen, an evaluation and research specialist from MartinJenkins, provides an opinion piece on ‘Understanding multi-ethnicity in Aotearoa: Implications for policy and service delivery’ which looks at the big repercussions from the way ethnicity is recorded in public statistics and what needs to change.

IPANZ generously makes Public Sector freely available to IPAA. Recent issues are available for download from the journal’s back catalogue.

 

PUBLIC SECTOR
Rāngai Tūmatanui
Volume 43 Issue 2 July 2020

Public Sector Cover - July 2020