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  • 1:32:18 Public Lecture: Boats, asylum and public perceptions

    Public Lecture: Boats, asylum and public perceptions

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    The right to seek asylum and the need to protect refugees in accordance with the Refugee Convention are well established principles of international law.Is the public debate on asylum-seekers arriving in Australia by boat undermining these fundamental pri

  • 1:02:22 Jayne Godfrey: Managing the world's most precious resource

    Jayne Godfrey: Managing the world's most precious resource

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    In the past decade, there has been no issue more important to Australia or the world than the sourcing, protection and distribution of water. Even post-drought, water management and governance remain highly charged emotional and political issues in Austra

  • 1:05:20 Policy - what does it mean for public management? ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Policy - what does it mean for public management? ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Professor Bruce Western and Professor Kathryn Edin of Harvard Kennedy School, Associate Professor Paul Atkins of ANU Crawford School and Ian Fitzgerald of the Australian Public Service Commission take part in this panel discussion titled 'All that is poli

  • 1:00:14 Managing economic insecurity through better governance - ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Managing economic insecurity through better governance - ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Associate Professor Matthew Desmond and Professor Kathryn Edin of Harvard Kennedy School, Bob Cotton of the Crawford School of Public Policy and Professor Quentin Grafton of the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics take part in this panel discussion e

  • 07:19 World Bank executive Rachel Kyte on how climate change could impact the world's poor

    World Bank executive Rachel Kyte on how climate change could impact the world's poor

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    Vice President of the World Bank's Sustainable Development Network, Rachel Kyte, discusses the threat climate change poses to the world's poor, in conversation with Associate Professor Frank Jotzo.Rachel Kyte became Vice President of Sustainable Developme

  • 1:14:07 The challenges for participatory development in contemporary development practice - Part 2

    The challenges for participatory development in contemporary development practice - Part 2

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    This is the third conference as part of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Universities Linkages, which brings scholars and aid practitioners together to discuss important development issues.Participatory development involves inc

  • 1:17:58 Biosecurity dilemmas: dreaded germs, global health and scientific freedom

    Biosecurity dilemmas: dreaded germs, global health and scientific freedom

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    Which is more dangerous, bioterrorism or biodefense? When do the security risks of pathogen research outweigh the health benefits? Is there too little or too much biosecurity regulation of Australian laboratories and scientists? Does the language of secur

  • 1:24:27 Aid Budget Forum 2013

    Aid Budget Forum 2013

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    Professor Stephen Howes of the Development Policy Centre in the Crawford School of Public Policy, Dr Anthony Swan of the Crawford School of Public Policy, Helen Szoke of Oxfam and independent consultant Angus Barnes take part in this 2013 Aid Budget Forum

  • 27:26 Dr Steven Kennedy: Productivity concepts and policy directions - ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Dr Steven Kennedy: Productivity concepts and policy directions - ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Dr Steven Kennedy, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, gives this talk entitled 'Productivity concepts and policy directions' at the Creating a Productive Future ANU / Harvard Symposium on

  • 31:02 PNG Budget Forum 2013: Hon James Marape, PNG Minister for Finance

    PNG Budget Forum 2013: Hon James Marape, PNG Minister for Finance

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    The Hon James Marape, PNG Minister for Finance, speaks at the PNG Budget Forum 2013. The National Budget Forum was jointly organised by PNG's National Research Institute (NRI) and the Development Policy Centre in the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.T

  • 36:25 Rachel Kyte - Climate change: Avoiding a four degree warmer world

    Rachel Kyte - Climate change: Avoiding a four degree warmer world

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    Rachel Kyte, Vice President for Sustainable Development at the World Bank, discusses the risk a four degree warmer world poses for development and the impact of sea-level rise, heat waves and extreme weather events globally, and in Australia and Oceania.

  • 1:00:15 How government communicates in a complex world

    How government communicates in a complex world

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    Politics and the media move fast. But the longer-term work of democracy and government goes on, often dealing with complex policy issues of major importance. In this event at Crawford School of Public Policy, Michael Wesley of the National Security Colleg

  • 1:46:10 The future of international development in Asia and the Pacific conference session one

    The future of international development in Asia and the Pacific conference session one

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    The future of international development in Asia and the Pacific conference session one: The rise of Asia and the future of aidIn 1990, more than half the population of Asia was living in extreme poverty. By 2015, it will be less than 10 per cent. Instead

  • 1:20:07 Employment, the labour market and institutional reform: ANU / Harvard Symposium

    Employment, the labour market and institutional reform: ANU / Harvard Symposium

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    Professor Bruce Western and Professor Jason Beckfield of Harvard Kennedy School, Professor Robert Breunig of Crawford School of Public Policy, Professor Dan Finn of University of Portsmouth, Sandra Parker of the Department of Education, Employment and Wor

  • 43:12 Paul Harris - Pathways to policy impact

    Paul Harris - Pathways to policy impact

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    Paul Harris, Deputy Director of the HC Coombs Policy Forum at ANU gives this lecture titled 'Pathways to policy impact' on 26 February 2013.Efforts to measure the 'impact' of research will be a major focus of both government and universities in 2013. The

  • 54:50 Timor-Leste and the new deal for engagement in fragile states

    Timor-Leste and the new deal for engagement in fragile states

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    Emilia Pires, Finance Minister, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, delivers the inaugural Harold Mitchell Development Policy Annual Lecture.Timor-Leste, which gained its independence in 2002, is one of the world's youngest countries. Born out of a histor

  • 22:59 Creating a Productive Future, ANU / Harvard Symposium. Opening and Lisa Paul keynote

    Creating a Productive Future, ANU / Harvard Symposium. Opening and Lisa Paul keynote

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    Opening remarks and a keynote presentation from Lisa Paul AO PSM at the Creating a Productive Future, ANU / Harvard Symposium. 'Creating a Productive Future: Social and economic challenges, policy & governance' was a A Trans-Pacific dialogue jointly h

  • 39:53 What is the future of service delivery through church organisations? Professor Paul Oslington

    What is the future of service delivery through church organisations? Professor Paul Oslington

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    Professor Paul Oslington, Professor of Economics and Dean of Business at Alphacrucis College, Sydney gives this talk entitled 'Markets, social services and religion: What is the future of service delivery through church organisations' at ANU Crawford Scho

  • 24:26 The Hon Theo Zurenuoc lecture: Restoring the people's parliament

    The Hon Theo Zurenuoc lecture: Restoring the people's parliament

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    In this lecture The Hon Theo Zurenuoc, Speaker of the Parliament of Papua New Guinea, outlines his vision for a restored, reformed and modernised Parliament, which can, in turn, become a catalyst for national transformation. He discusses some of the histo

  • 44:45 Warwick McKibbin: Are economic models useful in the global macroeconomic policy debate?

    Warwick McKibbin: Are economic models useful in the global macroeconomic policy debate?

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    Professor Warwick J. McKibbin, ANU Chair in Public Policy, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis in the Crawford School of Public Policy, gives this talk titled Are economic models useful in the global macroeconomic policy debate? This video was recor

  • 1:12:12 What future do we want for young children? The role of early childhood care and development (part 1)

    What future do we want for young children? The role of early childhood care and development (part 1)

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    Nicole Rodger of Plan International Australia, Pia Rebello Britto of Yale University and Charles Super of University of Connecticut speak at the conference 'What future do we want for young children? The role of early childhood care and development in the

  • 1:00:16 Does official development assistance have a future?

    Does official development assistance have a future?

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    Simon Scott, Head of the Statistics and Monitoring Division, Development Cooperation Directorate at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) gives this talk entitled 'Does official development assistance have a future?' at the ANU

  • 49:49 Solutions for a sustainable future: Robert Costanza

    Solutions for a sustainable future: Robert Costanza

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    Professor Robert Costanza gives this talk titled 'Solutions for a sustainable future' at Crawford School of Public Policy on 16 April 2013. A copy of the slides associated with this talk can be downloaded from this page: http://bit.ly/11eVNrjCreating a su

  • 1:26:05 Japanese Security Policy under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

    Japanese Security Policy under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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    The advent of the second Prime Minister Shinzo Abe administration in Japan in late 2012 seems to indicate that Japan's security posture will become increasingly assertive. Abe has already announced planned increases in Japan's defence budget, an upgrading

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