International Series | Doing Systems in Silos

An International Series event held in partnership with ANU and UNSW.

As the public service strives for better coordinated, strategic and integrated policy design across departments, visiting international CEO of the Lankelly Chase Foundation, Julian Corner will present an address around discussing ways to help systems function better for citizens. The Lankelly Chase Foundation works in partnership with people across the UK to change systems that perpetuate severe and multiple disadvantage. They have identified core behaviours that help systems function better for citizens. 

The address will be followed by a panel discussion with experts drawn from government, the community sector and the research community as they discuss the challenges of navigating systems and silos and ways forward.

IPAA is pleased to deliver this event in partnership with the University of New South Wales Public Service Research Group and the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University.

Julian Corner (Keynote)
Chief Executive Officer
Lankelly Chase Foundation, UK

Kasy Chambers (Panellist)
Executive Director
Anglicare

Dr Stein Helgeby (Panellist)
Deputy Secretary, Governance and Resource Management
Department of Finance

Professor Deborah Blackman (Panellist) 
Public Service Research Group, School of Business
University of New South Wales

Professor Helen Sullivan FIPAA (Host)
Director, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU
IPAA ACT Councillor

Online registrations for this event have now closed. However, additional seats are available and we encourage you to attend. Please contact IPAA directly to facilitate your registration here.

 

Event Properties

Event Date Tuesday 15 October 2019
Arrival Time 4:45 PM
Formalities 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Networking 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Member Price $0
Non-Members Price $0
Venue Adams Auditorium, UNSW Canberra - Access off of Northcott Drive, Campbell
All prices are in Australian Dollars and GST inclusive

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