APO Director, Brigid van Wanrooy, explains why she is relieved that the Australian Public Service has not gained traction as an issue for voters and what we can do instead to promote transparent and accountable public policy and services.
The fight of our lives: combating misinformation
A global pandemic in the digital age has been a dangerous cocktail resulting in widespread misinformation. Director, Brigid van Wanrooy … More
The art of APO: Making policy and research discoverable
Director Brigid van Wanrooy reflects on what she has learnt about the important contribution of information management and asks you to consider whether APO really is replaceable.
The urgent need for intergenerational healing for Stolen Generations survivors
Stolen Generations survivors have had their trauma acknowledged and apologies have been made. Despite this, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander … More
What a year! Time for a break
As we look expectantly to the arrival of 2021, APO Director, Brigid van Wanrooy takes a brief look back at … More
Regulation Policy & Practice Collection and monthly newsletter
The new Regulation Policy & Practice Collection and free monthly newsletter are the result of a fruitful partnership between APO … More
What is grey literature and why is it essential for policy?
APO houses the largest digital collection of grey literature on public policy – not just for Australia and New Zealand, … More
Providing community-based pandemic healthcare for First Nations
Aboriginal-led health organisations are working to ensure First Nations communities’ health needs are being met during the COVID-19 pandemic. Carissa … More
Closing the Gap: A new partnership
The latest Closing the Gap Report shows that only two out of seven targets to improve Indigenous employment, health and … More
Garma 2019 Report: Including First Nations in future policies
The Garma 2019 Report urgently calls for First Nations people to be included in the Australian Government’s decisions affecting land, climate change … More
Keeping First Nations families together
Carissa Lee Godwin, Editor of APO’s First Peoples & Public Policy Collection, explores the new Family Matters report, produced by the Secretariat … More
Data collaboratives: Advancing open access for social good
Brigid van Wanrooy reports from a data sharing masterclass at the Society 4.0 Forum in Melbourne, Australia this week. Data … More
Experiences of the cashless debit card from First Peoples of Ceduna
Carissa Lee Godwin, Editor, APO’s First Peoples & Public Policy Collection, presents key findings from a paper on the Federal Government’s … More
Grey research data: The new frontier
Ahead of the Grey Research Data workshop that APO will run at the eResearch Australasia Conference in Brisbane this October, … More
Guest blog: Introducing the Digital Health Systems Collection – by Simone Marangon
Digital health systems have been a critical topic of exploration and policy development across the globe in recent years. Simone … More
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