Reimagining Public Administration: first Peoples, governance and new paradigms

The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) in partnership with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) will hold its second Indigenous affairs conference, Reimagining Public Administration: First Peoples, governance and new paradigms at Melbourne’s Federation Square on 20-21 February.

Public sector leaders, not-for-profits, academics and Indigenous community organisations from across Australia and New Zealand are invited to explore new ideas and discuss better ways of engaging with Indigenous communities including Indigenous knowledge and culture in public service practice.  

This year’s conference will feature a mixture of interactive breakout sessions and plenaries, exploring topics such as:

  • Policy specific workshops on justice, education, health and the arts
  • The role of self-determination in future government – First People’s relations
  • Indigenous knowledge and practice in public administration and public sector leadership

Speakers will include:

  • Melbourne University’s Professor Marcia Langton
  • PM&C’s Professor Ian Anderson
  • Head of the Queensland Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Dr. Chris Sarra
  • Professor Glyn Davis, a member of the Australian Public Service review panel

Tickets details

Ticket Cost: From $850. Early bird discount available.


Federation Square