Fit for the Future: Citizen at the Centre


(above L-R: Professor Janette Hartz-Karp, Ben Rimmer, Dr Nina Terrey and David Hazlehurst)


On Thursday 2 August 2018, at the National Portrait Gallery, IPAA welcomed Ben Rimmer, Chief Executive Officer from the City of Melbourne, Professor Janette Hartz-Karp from Curtin University and Dr Nina Terrey, Partner and Chief Methologist from ThinkPlace at the Fit for the Future: Citizen at the Centre event.

The event was hosted and facilitated by David Hazlehurst, Deputy CEO from Austrade and IPAA Council Member.

Audience Polling Results - to view the audience polling results click here.
Photos - a selection of event photos are provided below. For high resoultion copies please contact IPAA.


(above: table discussion about the challenges and opportunities of citizen-centric policy-making)

      

(above: L-R David Hazlehurst and Professor Janette Hartz- Karp)

      

(above: L-R Dr Nina Terrey and Ben Rimmer)


(above: table discussion about the challenges and opportunities of citizen-centric policy-making)


(above: table discussion about the challenges and opportunities of citizen-centric policy-making)

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