The School of Government's Disruptive Ideas seminar series is exploring challenges to current regulation and governance approaches, including governing during crises.
This page will be updated regularly with new videos from the series.
Diversity in public engagement and the policy process
Why is diversity in public engagement so important? On 2 July 2020, as part of Melbourne School of Government's 'Disruptive Ideas' series, Research Fellow Timothy Kariotis, Public Policy Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Maria Katsonis and RMIT University’s Dr Ruth DeSouza discuss policy design, implementation and barriers to participation.
Policy making in a crisis
Politicians are having to both respond to the COVID-19 health and economic crisis while also continuing the job of politics and policymaking. Research Fellow in Regulation and Design, Timothy Kariotis, is joined by independent Member for Warringah, Zali Steggall OAM to discuss how politics and policymaking on critical issues to our society continue in the shadow of the pandemic.