28
MAR
2018

May 7 – Involving men in ending violence against women: book launch

The Crawford School of Public Policy hosts a book launch – Involving men to stop violence against women. Question: Has men’s involvement resulted in positive change, or has it reinforced the belief that women need to be rescued by men? Dr Joyce Wu’s book provides a...
28
MAR
2018

April 17 – Unequal burden of retirement reform: evidence from Australia

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a seminar on the effects of raising pension-claiming ages in response to population ageing. Todd Morris examines this question in the context of an Australian reform that gradually raised women’s pension age from 60 to 65. Todd Morris...
12
FEB
2018

1 March – Yes (and no) Minister: can central government control semi-autonomous bodies and should it want to?

The Crawford School of Public Policy and the Australia and New Zealand School of Government presents a discussion on what really happens in the to-and-fro between Ministers, departments and public bodies. The discussion will be led by Professor Sandra van Thiel, with an...
12
FEB
2018

20 Feb – The future public servant: insights from Canada

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a discussion on ‘The future public servant: insights from Canada’. The President of the Public Service Commission of Canada, Patrick Borbey, will provide insights into how the Canadian public service is adapting and the...
26
OCT
2017

2 Nov – Australia’s business investment challenge

In this Sir Leslie Melville Public Lecture, Secretary to the Treasury John Fraser will speak about the trends and influences driving business investment in Australia, and the challenges these present to the economy, following a major project undertaken in collaboration with State...
30
JUL
2017

28 November – Leadership, decision-making and risk policy – Executive Course

This course introduces a new perspective on the environment as being interconnected and constituting whole systems. Adopts a network-centric approach to obtain and use information which today resides in networks. With the right information on the right issues at the right time,...
30
JUL
2017

26 August – Crawford at ANU Open Day

On Saturday, 26 August from 9am to 4pm The Australian National University will open its doors to everyone and anyone interested in studying at Australia’s top ranked university, based in the nation’s capital. If you are looking to enhance your public policy career with a...
09
JUL
2017

24 July – Happiness for all? Unequal hopes and lives in pursuit of the American dream

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents a lecture by Carol Graham on Happiness for all? Unequal hopes and lives in pursuit of the American dream. In this public lecture Carol Graham will explore the unequally shared American dream. Her study is distinct from other work on...
09
JUL
2017

27 July – The international financial architecture for the 21st century

The Crawford School of Public Policy presents the 16th H W Arndt Memorial Lecture – The international financial architecture for the 21st century. The basic structure of the existing international financial institutions (IFIs)—most notably the World Bank and the...
29
MAY
2017

18 June – The leadership we need – sustainable development challenges

JG Crawford Oration 2017 Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark will deliver this year’s JG Crawford Oration. In this lecture, Ms Clark will explore the challenges the world leaders have set in agreeing on ambitious new global agendas for sustainable development, including...