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  1. Conference: A Crisis of Expertise? Legitimacy and the Challenge of Policymaking

    From Thursday 15 February to Friday 16 February, the Melbourne School of Government will host a conference on expertise in policymaking. At a time when the …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/11/15/conference-a-crisis-of-expertise-legitimacy-and-the-challenge-of-policymaking

  2. Pathways to Politics Program for Women featured on ABC News

    The Pathways to Politics Program for Women was featured on ABC Weekend Breakfast and ABC News on 4 November 2017, following the first ever session where …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/11/10/pathways-to-politics-program-for-women-featured-on-abc-weekend-breakfast

  3. Professor John Howe appointed Director of the Melbourne School of Government

    The Melbourne School of Government is delighted to announce that the School’s new Director will be Professor John Howe. John is currently the Co-Director of the Melbourne Law …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/11/02/professor-john-howe-appointed-director-of-the-melbourne-school-of-government

  4. The Melbourne School of Government welcomes Dr Stephen Kinsella

    The Melbourne School of Government is pleased to welcome Dr Stephen Kinsella as teacher in the Master of Public Administration. Dr Kinsella is visiting the School …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/10/12/the-melbourne-school-of-government-welcomes-dr-stephen-kinsella

  5. Career spotlight: Rebecca McParland, Manager Statewide Policy and Design, Family Safety Victoria

    We are not responding adequately to the scale and impact of the harm caused by family violence. This was one conclusion of the Victorian Royal Commission …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/10/05/career-spotlight-rebecca-mcparland-manager-statewide-policy-and-design-family-safety-victoria

  6. Dr Dan Halliday presents ABC TV series

    In the new ABC series ‘Ethics Matters’, Dr Dan Halliday takes us through some of the great ethical questions of our time. Dr Halliday is a political philosophy expert who …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/10/02/dr-dan-halliday-presents-abc-tv-series

  7. Helle Thorning-Schmidt on the changing face of humanitarianism

    At the Allen Hope Southey Memorial Lecture, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, CEO of Save the Children, speaks on the topic of “The changing face of humanitarianism: are non-profits …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/04/19/helle-thorning-schmidt-on-the-changing-face-of-humanitarianism

  8. MSoG Director Andrew Walter on Triple R

    Interim Director of Melbourne School of Government, Andrew Walter, was a recent guest on Triple R show “Uncommon Sense”. Professor Walter discusses Brexit, the triggering of …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/04/11/msog-director-andrew-walter-on-triple-r

  9. Election Watch Europe

    The Melbourne School of Government has continued Election Watch in 2017 with coverage of the Dutch, French and German elections. Stay up to date with the …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/04/11/election-watch-europe

  10. Dr Avery Poole awarded grant to study youth in Australia and Indonesia

    Dr Avery Poole, Assistant Director, Melbourne School of Government and Dr Dafri Agussalim from Gadjah Mada University have been awarded $25,000 by the Australia-Indonesia Centre for …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2017/03/27/dr-avery-poole-awarded-grant-to-study-youth-in-australia-and-indonesia

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