Engagement

 

Policy Impact Program

The Policy Impact Program curates a selection of ideas from Churchill Fellows that have the potential to shape best practice and policy reform on a variety of relevant and contemporary issues facing Australia. A collaboration with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, the program brings together the two organisations’ strengths to deliver its flagship annual publication –Policy Futures: A Reform Agenda. 

For further information, contact Dr Jennifer Yarnold at j.yarnold@uq.edu.au

Policy Engagement Program

The Policy Engagement Program invites and engages experts on policy-priority topics over roundtable discussions to guide the development of the Centre’s Policy Futures Think Piece series. The series are designed to unpack complex topics for policy makers and regulators. For further information, contact Dr Jennifer Yarnold at j.yarnold@uq.edu.au

Policy Parcels Series (coming soon)

The soon-to-be-released podcast series will provide a 10-15 minute synopsis of contemporary, policy-relevant issues from a range of sectors. 

For further information, contact Dr Marnee Shay at m.shay@uq.edu.au

Parliamentary Submissions

The Centre for Policy Futures is well positioned to assist UQ academics impact public policy in their area of expertise. One of the avenues to facilitate this is through submissions to Queensland and Federal Parliamentary Inquiries – you can find a selection of our parliamentary submissions and templates here

For further information, contact Dr Pedro Fidelman at p.fidelman@uq.edu.au

Queensland Conversations Series

Hosted by UQ and QUT, Queensland Conversations offer policy-makers and ministers private meetings with experts to learn more about a topic and the issues surrounding it.

For further information, contact Anna Maloney, External Relations Manager, on a.moloney@uq.edu.au.

Parliamentary Briefings 

Parliamentary Briefings draw attention to specific reform ideas to relevant parliamentary committees and encourage debate and discussion about its relevance to each Parliament’s work program.

For further information, contact Dr Pedro Fidelman at p.fidelman@uq.edu.au.