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Engineers Australia - Victoria Division

Lvl 31, 600 Bourke Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

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Tuesday 28 November 2017, Melbourne

10 am - 4 pm: APO Forum

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4 - 6pm: APO 15th Anniversary Celebration

Venue: Engineers Australia, Level 31, 600 Bourke St (Bourke place) Melbourne
Google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/3qHdrCzsjdK2
Getting there: Bourke place is on the corner of King and Bourke Streets - one block from Southern Cross station or Bourke St tram get off at either Spencer St or William St stops.

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The inaugural APO Forum brings together the network of policy makers, researchers, think tanks, NGOs and industry to discuss and debate the many issues facing evidence, expertise and information access for public policy and practice. Fourm topics include evidence, impact and the policy process, data, tools and platforms for access and analysis of policy issues, the challenges of information access and use and how to improve the system for better public policy and access to knowledge.

Please join us after the forum to celebrate APO’s 15 year anniversary as an open access evidence-base for policy and practice resources. From Australian Policy Online to Analysis and Policy Observatory, APO continues in its mission to make research and resources accessible, discoverable, and useable. We look forward to celebrating this landmark with our readers, contributors and partners.

Participants include:

Welcome by Prof Alekander Subic, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research), Swinburne University

Dr Nicholas Gruen, CEO, Lateral Economics

Prof Jo Barraket, Director, Centre for Social Impact, Swinburne University

Prof Julian Thomas, Director, Social Change ECP, RMIT University

Prof Jane Farmer, Director, Social Innovation Research Institute, Swinburne University

Ms Ginny Barbour, Executive Officer, Australian Open Access Strategies Group

Mr Matt Ryan, Director, Public Policy and Strategy, The Australian Centre for Social Innovation

Ms Monica Pfeffer, Director, Applied Learning, Australian and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG)

Ms Robin Wright, Copyright Manager, Swinburne University

Dr Tim Cahill, Associate Director, Advisory, KPMG

Prof Peter Phibbs, Director Henry Halloran Trust, University of Sydney

Prof Denise Meredyth, Pro Vice Chancellor, University of South Australia

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