The Analysis and Policy Observatory provides a platform to users to access public policy research as well as provide information and access to upcoming learning, events and networking opportunities.
Develop your skills
Develop your skills provides information on the current and upcoming policy development opportunities, including with local and international educational institutions which specialise in policy capability development.
BetterEvaluation is a site which fosters international collaboration which supports the improvement, practice and theory of evaluation by creating and curating information on choosing and using evaluation methods and processes, including managing
apolitical is a global learning platform which supports public servants do their jobs through access to courses, articles, events and connections.
BETA is an initiative from The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet whose mission is to advance the wellbeing of Australians through the application and rigorous evaluation of behavioural insights to public policy and administration. It do
The Policy Lab is an initiative from the University of Melbourne which helps address contemporary challenges of politics and policy-making by building a program of research centred on three main themes: opinion and expertise in politics and policy
The Policy Lab at the University of Melbourne, has developed a report on public sector innovation (PSI) units, established by governments to bring new insights and approaches to policy design and delivery of public services. The report inludes a
The BETA Learn Hub, an initiative of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, brings together insights, theories, written resources and courses to build behavioural insights capabilty across the APS.
The Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Policy Professional Capability Standard details policy capability standards to assist individuals develop policy capability required for contempor
This course will explore Australia's regulatory processes and why they are key to effective regulation.