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High level roundtable on asylum seeker policy | 11 July, Parliament House, Canberra

CPD - July 2014

Forging a long-term framework for asylum seeker policy: expert open dialogue seeking a new approach. A joint initiative of CPD, Australia21 and the Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW. Parliament House, Canberra, 11 July 2014   CPD worked with two partner organisations to convene a roundtable of 35 senior policymakers, politicians and...

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Depts of Communication and Environment | Policy Reflection Forum | 9 July 2014

CPD - July 2014

… Part of Innovation Month ’14: ‘Empower, Collaborate, Transform’. Innovation Month 2014 (7 July–1 August) is a practical exploration of innovation for members of the public service and its partners. It is about sharing ideas, experiences, techniques and challenges. CPD’s Christopher Stone will present to an audience of public servants...

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G20.org | 27 May 2014

CPD - May 2014

Roundtable with Pascal Lamy to discuss long-term global outlook   Centre for Policy Development was doing what it aims to on Tuesday 27 May – introducing genuine evidence and expertise into policy-making deliberations at the highest level.   Alongside Mr Lamy, CPD’s Travers McLeod and Laura Eadie joined the ‘top...

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Pascal Lamy: ‘Now for the Long Term’ | Sydney, 28 May

CPD - May 2014

BOOKED OUT: CPD presents a public lecture with Pascal Lamy The ability to address today’s global challenges is undermined by the absence of a collective vision for society. We urge leaders to establish shared global values to protect the prospects for future generations. – Pascal Lamy CPD is partnering with the UTS Business...

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VCOSS Summit | 30 May, Melbourne

CPD - May 2014

2014 VCOSS Summit: Setting the agenda Finding smarter, better and fairer ways to address Victoria’s social and economic challenges must be on the agenda for the 2014 State Election and beyond. The VCOSS Summit is bringing together leaders and strategic thinkers from the community sector, government, business, and the media...

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Institute of Public Administration (IPAA) Victoria summit | 17-18 June | Melbourne

CPD - May 2014

New Horizons 2014 future; purpose culture; capability design; productivity   The Institute of Public Administration celebrates the shortening of the days by extending our members’ knowledge. This much anticipated 2-day event is for mid level to senior public administrators from across Local, State and Commonwealth departments and agencies together with...

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REGISTER FREE: 2014 Solar Conference & Expo | Melbourne, 9 May

CPD - May 2014

Book your FREE ticket for Solar 2014 Conference & Expo.   The 2014 Solar Conference & Expo is a world-class industry conference program on solar energy with three streams: ‘Industry and Policy’, ‘Solar Installer and Designer Professional Development Training’ and ‘Scientific and Research’. Laura Eadie will be speaking in the ‘Industry and...

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Great Barrier Reef: Mega ports or Marine Park? – Q&A event | Brisbane, 14 May

CPD - May 2014

Book your seat for this FREE event… Four experts will discuss the danger of accelerating port development, at the Great Barrier Reef: Mega Ports or Marine Park? speaker event which is hosted by the Australian Marine Conservation Society. Come to a forum to hear about the threat from port expansion, dredging, dumping...

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Unions NSW: Community conversation on the role of government | Sydney, 15 April 2014

CPD - April 2014

Stakeholders discuss ‘public goods’ deficit CPD’s Christopher Stone joined the discussion between unions, academics, community organisations and other interested members of the community who were invited to attend a Community Conversation on the Role of Government, organised by the ACTU Organising Centre. Speakers included: Dr John Buchanan (University of Sydney), Professor John Quiggin (University of...

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Pascal Lamy, Ross Garnaut and Rod Eddington: ‘Valuing the future’ | Melbourne, 26 May

CPD - April 2014

A discussion chaired by John Langmore, with Pascal Lamy, Ross Garnaut, Rod Eddington and Laura Eadie An invitation-only event co-auspiced by Melbourne School of Government and Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute at University of Melbourne, addressing the question of how Australia’s choice of discount rates impacts our long-term planning and investment. Discount rates...

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