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  1. Dr. Robin Niblett considers the future for the EU

    The EU is experiencing perhaps its most fraught period since being created in 1957. How does the situation look in a historical context and what are …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2016/05/16/dr-robin-niblett-considers-the-future-for-the-eu

  2. Roundtable with David Stuckler

    On the 17th of February, Melbourne School of Government hosted a Boardroom roundtable with Professor David Stuckler. Professor Stuckler’s most recent book, The Body Economic puts forward a …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2016/02/17/roundtable-with-david-stuckler

  3. 2015 Hamer oration: What sort of country are we?

    At the 2015 Hamer Oration, Julian Burnside AO QC explored how Australia’s treatment of boat people may have redefined our national character. The Oration was chaired …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/12/30/2015-hamer-oration-what-sort-of-country-are-we

  4. Democracy in Transition

    In December, Melbourne School of Government undertook it’s largest endeavor to date: a practioner conference with international high-ranking officials and academics on the topic of “democracy …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/12/08/democracy-in-transition

  5. Professor Andrew Walter in the new thinking and the new G20 series

    The New Thinking and the New G20 Series, sponsored by CIGI and the Institute for New Economic Thinking, aims to promote policy and institutional innovation in global economic …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/30/professor-andrew-walter-in-the-new-thinking-and-the-new-g20-series

  6. Gerry Simpson Speaks about Crimes Against Humanity at Melbourne-LSE Lecture

    In this lecture Gerry Simpson engages in a critical stocktaking of this century of retributive humanitarianism. Gerry Simpson holds the Kenneth Bailey Chair of Law at …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/11/03/gerry-simpson-speaks-about-crimes-against-humanity-at-melbourne-lse-lecture

  7. Melbourne School of Government at the 2015 public sector week and project appraisal journal for 2014

    This year IPAA Victoria ran its first public sector week from 22-26 June, a series of events hosted by a range of public, private and not …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/06/30/melbourne-school-of-government-at-the-2015-public-sector-week-and-project-appraisal-journal-for-2014

  8. Associate Professor Helen Dickinson awarded fellowship of IPAA victoria

    Associate Professor Helen Dickinson was inducted as a Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (Victoria) at the annual Fellows Dinner in Melbourne on February …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/02/20/associate-professor-helen-dickinson-awarded-fellowship-of-ipaa-victoria

  9. Dr Sara Bice awarded best paper for impact assessment and project appraisal journal for 2014

    Dr Sara Bice, MSoG, and Dr Kieren Moffat, CSIRO, have recently been awarded ‘Best Paper’ for Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal journal for 2014. The award was given …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/01/30/dr-sara-bice-awarded-best-paper-for-impact-assessment-and-project-appraisal-journal-for-2014

  10. The social innovation capacity of cities: workshop at MSoG on 9 february 2015

    Prof Jenny Lewis (Melbourne School of Government) and Prof Erik-Hans Klijn, visiting from Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands, discussed the findings of a large EU-funded …

    news.government.unimelb.edu.au/2015/01/10/the-social-innovation-capacity-of-cities-workshop-at-msog-on-9-february-2015

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