In this final Policy Forum Pod of the year, we hear from dozens of voices across the policy research community about what policymakers got right and wrong over 2018, and what could be done better in 2019.
Can the world do better than the Genocide Convention? This week’s Policy Forum Pod takes a look at how the international community can get better not only at bringing the perpetrators of genocide to justice, but preventing atrocities before they occur.
In this special Policy Forum Pod Extra, Deputy Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet David Williamson discusses the Australian Public Service review and what it'll take to make the country's policy machinery fit for purpose.
Early intervention sounds great in theory – so what happens in practice? On this week’s Policy Forum Pod, Paul Cairney and Gemma Carey take a look at the challenge of defining, designing and realising preventative policies.
If the world is to have any chance of eradicating poverty by 2030, it has to understand it first. This week on Policy Forum Pod, we hear from two leading figures working on the front line of measuring and addressing the problem.
What happens when public health agendas dictate social attitudes? On this episode of The Brief, Simone Dennis takes a look at how public health regulations actually affect the lives of smokers, vapers, and drinkers.
Does the infrastructure age need a new model of community engagement? This week on Policy Forum Pod, we look at the busy intersection of policy, industry and research – and ask whether it could do with a pedestrian crossing.
Tourists are ambassadors for their countries – but aren’t always up to the job. This week on The Brief podcast, we hear from David Beirman about how policymakers can ensure tourism is worth the trouble.
Can a solution to climate change be Australia’s next big export? On this week’s Policy Forum Pod, we zero in on zero-carbon energy with a group of researchers who want to build Australia’s renewable energy export industry from the ground up.