Mandarin Talks: Nordic policy solutions that Australia should note

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It’s time to discuss some fresh ideas in public policy for Australia.

The Mandarin’s Chris Johnson will be joined by Dr Andrew Scott, Professor of Politics and Policy at Deakin University, Ebony Bennett, Deputy Director of the Australia Institute, and Audrey Quicke, Researcher in the Climate and Energy Program at the Australia Institute.

Our guests are all contributors to the brand new book The Nordic Edge: Policy Possibilities for Australia. Chris will be discussing their book contributions, as well as insights into the policies that the Nordic countries are implementing with great success, and exactly what Australia can learn from their approaches.

What would you like to ask the panel? The two most thoughtful questions will win a copy of the book at the end of the webinar.

If you are a Premium subscriber, register now and send through your question. If you are not a Premium subscriber, join now.

About Mandarin Talks

Mandarin Talks is a monthly, must-see live 1-hour webinar, hosted by The Mandarin.

Usually, only Mandarin Premium members can join the webcast and get exclusive access to journalists, thought-leaders, authors, politicians and game-changers in the public sector spotlight.

When you register to attend the webinar, you have the unique opportunity to submit a question that you would like to ask our featured guests.

We aim to chat about the important issues that really impact public sector leaders. The conversation will be less like an interview, and more straight-forward idea-sharing and insights into what really matters.

Some webinars also give you access to book giveaways and discounts.

And if you cannot join the live event, all members will receive the recording within 7 days and be able to access the archive of past events on demand.

Tickets details

Ticket Cost: Free for Premium Subscribers

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