APO and Wikimedia have both been existing in the free knowledge ecosystem for the last two decades. They have finally … More
While lip service is frequently paid to the importance of incorporating research evidence and lived experience into the policymaking process, … More
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.
APO Director, Brigid van Wanrooy discusses the survey findings and we hear directly from our subscribers.
A global pandemic in the digital age has been a dangerous cocktail resulting in widespread misinformation. Director, Brigid van Wanrooy … More
A relatively new field of research offers insight into the intersection of being both Indigenous and of the LGBTIQ+ community … More
There are welcome changes coming to policy surrounding First Peoples affairs, such as more First Peoples and First Peoples-led organisations … More
We are excited to let you know about the addition of a Topic in Focus within our Disability Research Collection, … More
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised that the following article contains the name of a person who has … More
The results from APO’s annual Subscriber Survey are in! As in previous years, we learned a lot about how APO … More
Connecting on Country, a new report from World Vision Australia and The Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation, highlights the inequity … More
APO is proud to be supporting the Evidence and Implementation Summit 2021. Dr Robyn Mildon makes the case for the … More
According to the 2020 Family Matters Report, at June 19, 2019, 20,077 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children were in Out … More
When people think of accessibility, physical accessibility often comes to mind: ramps, guide dogs and the wheelchair symbol. What is … More
Protocols have been written to assist with cross-cultural collaborations across industries, making it possible for First Nations people to work … More