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TAGS Centre for Public Impact, Larry Kamener
The Centre for Public Impact is launching in London next week, but the Australian public service is firmly in its sights. Join a Google Hangout this Thursday with public impact experts from around the world.
Recently the Centre for Public Impact surveyed over 1000 public officials in 25 states, asking how effective government really is – this will be one of the topics discussed during the Hangout.
Melbourne-based Larry Kamener will be the Australian lead for the Centre, and writes in The Mandarin today about the challenge government’s face getting past the cut-and-thrust of politics to have their policies achieve real results.
What: A conversation involving some of the world’s leading public impact experts.
Date: Thursday 11th June
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