NAIDOC: A Whole of Government Indigenous Policy and Evaluation Strategy

Join IPAA for a breakfast event in advance of 2019 NAIDOC Week.

IPAA is pleased to host a breakfast event in advance of 2019 NAIDOC Week. This event will feature a keynote address from Romlie Mokak, Indigenous Policy Evaluation Commissioner of the Productivity Commission. The Productivity Commissioner has been tasked with developing a Whole of Government Evaluation Strategy for Policy and Programs affecting Indigenous Australians.

Following the address, Romlie will be joined by Ian Anderson AO, Deputy Secretary from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, as well as Dr Jill Guthrie and Bobby Maher from the Australian National University for a panel discussion. The panel will explore the challenges and opportunities in applying the strategy to policy development and evaluation, and how it is expected to inform future policy and program development and implementation.

Romlie Mokak (Keynote)
Indigenous Policy Evaluation Commissioner 
Productivity Commission

Ian Anderson AO (Panellist)
Deputy Secretary, Indigenous Affairs
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Dr Jill Guthrie (Panellist)
Fellow - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Program 
Australian National University

Bobby Maher (Panellist)
Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) Scholar
Australian National University

Alison Larkins (Host)
Deputy Secretary, Social Policy
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet

Bookings for this event have now closed, if you wish to be added to the waitlist please contact IPAA here.

Event Details

Event Date Tuesday 2 July 2019
Arrival Time 7:15 AM AEST
Formalities 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM AEST
Members Price $100
Non-Members Price $200
Venue Members Dining Room, Museum of Australian Democracy
All prices are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive


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