We heard from the scientists about how to give researchers more policy influence, now it’s time to hear from the other side. On this week’s Policy Forum Pod, Ian Chubb and Taimus Werner-Gibbings take a look at the political end of the science-policy pipeline.
What does it actually mean for researchers to make a difference? On this week’s Policy Forum Pod, we hear from Mark Reed, an expert in helping researchers be more productive and achieve real-world impact.
The Brief podcast is a straightforward snapshot of today’s policy landscape. On this episode, multi award-winning journalist Marites Vitug looks at the rule of law and the future of the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte.
The Brief podcast is a straightforward snapshot of today’s policy landscape. Marking the loss of Aretha Franklin, the ‘Queen of Soul’, this week we tune in to the interplay of music and policy and ask how music can enable change.
The Brief podcast is a straightforward snapshot of today’s policy landscape. On this episode, we shine a light on the National Energy Guarantee and ask what it might mean for Australia’s highly-charged debate on energy and climate policy.
It’s been said that the media is the nervous system of a healthy democracy. In this Policy Forum Pod Extra, we look at the symptoms facing media organisations in a time of political upheaval and technological change.
How do we create more diversity in the workplace? On this episode of Policy Forum Pod, we discuss the ins and outs of equality and inclusion by taking a look at policy implementation in the public sector.