Looking back, looking forward
Policy Forum Pod turns 50 this week! So, in this special pod we take a look back at some of the presenters’ favourite moments, and some moments they would probably like to forget.
From Brexit to basic income, and from outer space policy to the very personal space of housing policy, Policy Forum Pod has covered a lot of ground over the last couple of years. And on this week’s special 50th episode, the podders take a look back at some of their favourite moments from the series, a look forward by introducing two new presenters, and a wry look at when things didn’t go entirely to plan! Listen to the podcast here:
For this special episode, the presenters all pick some of their favourite podcasts and moments from the last 49 episodes and share some insights about those pods and the topics they cover.
This episode also introduces two new presenters for the podcast, Sue Regan and Bob Cotton. Sue is a PhD scholar at Crawford School of Public Policy and Program Director at the Institute of Public Administration Australia. Bob Cotton is a Visiting Fellow at Crawford School. He has had an extensive career as an Australian Diplomat in the Asia-Pacific region.
The following podcasts are discussed:
- Scoring goals in Putin's Russia
- Who run the world?
- Diving into the Indo-Pacific debate
- Australia's place in the new space race
- A high price tag for the Australian dream
- Tackling violence against women
- Terry Waite: Forgiveness and freedom
- Peter Singer: Doing good in the world of politics
- All things being equal: Babatunde Osotimehin
- A marriage of inconvenience: The sharp end where science meets policy
- Are universities failing society? Asit Biswas and James Giggacher
- A basic income, or the end of the welfare state?
- Should I stay or should I go? Asia-Pacific views on Brexit
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