City of Melbourne Lord Mayoral By-Election Youth Forum
The Age and the Melbourne School of Government at The University of Melbourne hosted a Youth Forum for the forthcoming Lord Mayoral By-Election. Candidates for the 2018 election participated in a panel session, followed by questions from the audience.
Troubling Policy seminar series - Curbing antibiotic use: how is collective action to be achieved? – 23 April 2018
Presented by Professor Jon Pierre. Reducing the use of antibiotics is a key step towards curbing the development of multi-resistant bacteria, a major public health issue around the world.
Treaty Negotiations and Behavioural Economics: Insights From the Investment Regime – 20 March 2018
Research Masterclass - Presented by Associate Professor Lauge Poulsen. This lecture will introduce the results of a comprehensive analysis of developing countries' investment treaty negotiations.
McKinnon Prize in Political Leadership: 2018 Prize Oration – 15 March 2018
The winners of the inaugural McKinnon Prize in Political Leadership were celebrated at an oration on the evening of Thursday, 15 March 2018 at the University of Melbourne. Winners of both prize categories were presented with an award in recognition of their outstanding achievements and exceptional leadership.
Regulatory Crises: The Exploitation or Remediation of Public Troubles? – 14 March 2018
Troubling Policy seminar series - Presented by Prof. Bridget Hutter, Professor of Risk Regulation in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Legalisation, Diplomacy and Development: Do Investment Treaties De-Politicise Investment Disputes? – 14 March 2018
Research Seminar - Presented by Associate Professor Lauge Poulsen. Developing countries have entered into investment treaties for decades on the promise that it would allow risky investment climates to attract more capital.
The Dramatic Transformations in HIV Science and Policy – 14 March 2018
Public Policy Lecture Series - Presented by Professor Sharon Lewin, Director of the Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity at the University of Melbourne, this lecture explored the history and current key questions around HIV policy in Australia and globally.
Randomistas: How Radical Researchers Changed our World – 8 March 2018
Book launch - Andrew Leigh MP's book 'Randomistas: How Radical Researchers Changed our World' was launched at the University of Melbourne on Thursday 8 March 2018.
A Crisis of Expertise? Legitimacy and the challenge of policymaking – 15 - 16 February 2018
The 2018 Melbourne School of Government Conference was held from 9.30am, Thursday 15 February to 3.30pm, Friday 16 February 2018.