Michelle Hippolite: Reimagining public administration closing remarks

I remember being late in the airport at Paris and over the mic it was saying Madame Hippolite please get to the gate and I thought who are they talking about? Of course I discovered they were talking about me and the reason I’m referencing that is because that’s how complex our histories are. The […]

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Reimagining Public Administration: First Peoples, governance and new paradigms: #FirstPeoples2019

Karla Grant: Ddid you know that there are 430 delegates here plus 54 speakers from across Australia, New Zealand and the US? It looks like we’re going to have an amazing two days together so please join me in welcoming Marcia to share her thoughts on self-governing . Marcia Langton: Most people who are informed […]

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Craig Ritchie: Reimagining the public administration narrative in Indigenous affairs

Good morning let me begin by firstly acknowledging the Wurundjeri people whose land we’re on, thank Aunty Di for her welcome. A great honour to be here and to follow I muck around and call her Dame Leilani but Leilani Bin-judah PSM in the latest round of honours. So Reimagining Public Administration: First Peoples, governance […]

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California Forward: How to Move Government Closer to the People – Sign our Petition

[music-guitar] The most complex problems [rain falling] sometimes have the most common-sense solutions. [birds chirping] In california our government is too far from the people that represents. It’s easy for leaders to lose touch with the communities they serve. Too often funding comes with restrictions that limit the flexibility local governments [stretching sound] need to […]

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Foreign Policy Explained, Ep. 4: The Boomerang Effect – Learn Liberty

Government policies and actions which are initially focused outside the US, have a tendency to come back around and significantly impact domestic governments back home. This is because of something called the boomerang effect. One major example of this effect is how foreign interventions allow for the centralization of government decision making and power. Interventions […]

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ANZSOG’s Executive Master of Public Administration: Nick Condratoff

Nick Condratoff: One of the real benefits actually was identifying quite early and quickly that we all grapple, at all levels and all jurisdictions we all grapple with very similar public policy problems and so one of the benefits of the EMPA was sharing and bouncing ideas off other colleagues that were going through very […]

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