Strategic Risk Policy®

A New Way of Thinking

Creating a New Relationship Among Leadership for Today’s Transformative World

The Australian Risk Policy Institute® is a non-political and non-profit organisation formed to promote and encourage greater focus on Strategic Risk Policy® in leadership, decision-making, public policy and management across all sectors in Australia.

Strategic Risk Policy® is the driver and pinnacle to protect against and leverage from vulnerabilities or potential risks. It will in turn reduce risks and wicked problems. It will empower Boards and Executive Committees to make more timely and effective decisions – and integrated risk management to be optimised – for best-practice performance and sound corporate governance.

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"Strategic Risk Policy® promotes ‘Awareness’ and ‘Anticipation.’ It offers an assured way to make informed and pre-emptive decisions – local to global decisions. It enables leadership paradigm change to recognise that ‘Today, Risk resides in Vulnerability and is concerned with Consequences."

Media and Publications

Commentary and articles by ARPI® members are often featured in news articles or found online within the magazines of risk focused organisations.

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Secured 6G: Australia- India Cooperation

Jan 29, 2024

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Resilient Renewable Planet (R2P) Conference, London 17-19 April 2023

Apr 17, 2023

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Affiliated Institutes

ARPI® has developed Strategic Risk Policy® which quickly attracted global attention leading to the expansion of ARPI’s® presence globally. ARPI® has formalized the growing global footprint under the banner of the GRPN.

The Asian Centre for the Global Risk Policy (ACGRPN) is a non-profit organisation that promotes and encourages a new leadership approach across all sectors in the Asia-Pacific to enable informed and pre-emptive decision-making through Strategic Risk Policy® in today’s transformative and disrupted world. NDIM has collaborated with the Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI) to establish India’s first ever Global Risk Policy Network to produce world-class ARPI-certified ‘Risk Leaders®’ through Strategic Risk Policy® Courses.

The European Risk Policy Institute is a non-political and non-profit organisation formed to promote and encourage greater focus on risk policy in leadership, decision-making and management across all sectors in Europe. Strategic Risk policy is the driver and pinnacle of risk management and must be clearly articulated by Boards and Executive Committees to ensure integrated risk management is optimised – for best-practice performance and sound corporate governance.

The United States Resilience & Risk Policy Institute (USRRPI) is a non-profit organisation that promotes and encourages a new leadership approach across all sectors in the United States of America to enable informed and pre-emptive decision-making through Strategic Risk Policy® in today’s transformative and disrupted world.

The United Kingdom Risk Policy Network (UKRPN) is a non-profit organisation that promotes and encourages a new leadership approach across all sectors in the United Kingdom to enable informed and pre-emptive decision-making through Strategic Risk Policy® in today’s transformative and disrupted world.

The Centre for Advanced Resilience and Risk Policy Studies (CARRPS) reinforces submissions by the Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI) to the Department of Home Affairs urging a total rethink of the resilience and risk approach, along the lines being adopted elsewhere. CARRPS was created by Professor Robert Glaze of both Oxford University (UK) and The Brenva Institute (USA/EU) in partnership with the Australian Risk Policy Institute.

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The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.

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What is Strategic Risk Policy®?

Strategic Risk Policy® is a new way of thinking about Risk in the context of Leadership, Decision-Making, Policy Formulation and Implementation.

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