The Strategic Policy Fundamentals Series is designed to equip current and aspiring public policy makers with a range of tools essential for strategic policy design, development and implementation.
Improve strategic policy design through a greater understanding of implementation science.
This interactive and practical nine-day program will deepen participants’ understanding of the national security community and the range of strategic challenges it faces - now and into the future.
Participants will gain insight into the issues and forces of change affecting the strategic environment; build lasting professional networks; and gain exposure to a diversity of views and critical thinking on how Australia’s national security future might best be framed.
Public Seminar: First Nations knowledge and wisdom; opportunities for recognition and sharing through academia
In this session we invite panellists to present their vision for how the future of First Nations and universities together may become shared and mutually enriching. Speakers will be in conversation with our moderator, Professor Quentin Grafton, and will take questions from our online audience.
Sean Turnell provides an overview of Myanmar’s economy following the November 2020 elections.
In this special webinar, we invite six colleagues for conversations about Indonesia and COVID-19. Professor Budy Resosudarmo will talk with Dr Titik Anas on the government’s response to the pandemic, Dr Liza Munira will discuss public health issues with Professor Tikki Pangestu, and Professor Hal Hill will converse with Dr Chatib Basri on the economic aspect.
This will be the last Global Seminar for 2020.
The Crawford School Recruitment Team has jointly planned a virtual journey with IDA (Sri Lanka) to Sri Lanka, in order to reach out and extend our support to the future students. You can join us from anywhere.
This panel discussion brings together researchers who have found new ways to gather data and collaborate with field-based researchers, under difficult circumstances. We reflect upon the implications for higher degree research students; for the planning and design of research in 2021; and for research relationships, which in some cases have been positively transformed. Brief talks by researchers from the Crawford School will be followed by Q&A time.
In this forward-looking session, eminent water scientists and policy-makers will share their creative thinking about how science and technology may re-connect with policy.
This year Energy Update involves a special online discussion on the World Energy Outlook 2020 (WEO 2020) from the International Energy Agency (IEA) in Paris, presented by Ian Cronshaw who has contributed to 13 WEOs for the IEA. He’ll be accompanied by a panel of energy experts who will welcome your questions via the Zoom Q&A.
The UNCRC and Child Protection in Australia – Rethinking approaches: In Conversation with Tim Moore, Morag McArthur and Sharon Bessell
17 December 2020 will mark the 30th Anniversary of Australia’s ratification of the United National Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). In this webinar series, the Children’s Policy Centre brings together researchers and advocates to ask how far we have come and how far we have to go in securing the human rights of children in Australia.
The China Update 2020 brings together regional experts to discuss the state of the Chinese economy in 2020 and beyond. Over two days, we will seek to understand China’s role in leading the global economic recovery from lockdown-induced recession and the continued challenges facing China in its move towards becoming a high-income economy.
Dr Morris will discuss the dramatically changed outlook for climate policy in the United States arising from the election of Joe Biden. She’ll cover which potential initiatives the new Administration can pursue with existing authority along with the leading options that would require bipartisan cooperation with a Republican-held Senate. She’ll review what these changes mean for the United States’ participation in the Paris Agreement and other international relations.
Phan Le presents his PhD research on capital misallocation in Vietnamese manufacturing firms.
Looking beyond the turbulent year 2020, Crawford School Recruitment Team is gathering pace to resume its great effort in country recruitment. You are welcome to join the team for an online recruitment event ‘IDP Australia Hour’.
In this webinar we review and evaluate key policy initiatives and strategies designed to strengthen regional economic, social and environmental outcomes in the Latrobe Valley in the three years following the closure of the Hazelwood power station.
Adam Triggs presents empirical research on common ownership of competing firms.
Stephen Howes and Richard Curtain will launch a new report on the governance of the Seasonal Worker Programme in Australia and sending countries.
"Ask Us. This is Our Country’ – Aboriginal Children and Young People’s Participation in Public Decision-Making.
Children’s right to participate in decision-making about matters affecting them was enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) 30 years ago. Despite this, and in contravention of the CRC, Australian governments rarely seek young people’s input in the development of laws and policies that are likely to impact their lives. This webinar details findings from field research about why and how young Indigenous people can participate in public decision-making processes as vital agents of change in this modern democracy.
Four decades of growth and industrial upgrading in the apparel value chain in the post MFA era: Evidence from Bangladesh
Bashar Fakhruzzaman presents his Thesis Proposal Review on industrial upgrading in Bangladesh