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  • Book Launch - Tales from Boomtown[24 June 2014]

    Alongside the Hon Richard Court, Geoff Gallop launched Peter Kennedy’s “Tales from Boomtown: Western Australia Premiers form Brand to Barnett” (UWA Publishing).


  • Sydney ideas: Bob Carr in Conversation with Geoff Gallop [24 June 2014]


    Bob Carr in conversation with Professor Geoff Gallop, on the new book Diary of a Foreign Minister: Making Foreign Policy in Australia. Co-presented with the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre.


  • CONSAD Brasilia, Brazil[24 June 2014]


    Professor Gallop delivered a keynote address “Public Sector Reform Today”. for the Brazilian CONSAD (National Council of State Administration Secretaries).


  • 2014 Manning Clark Lecture[24 June 2014]

    Professor Gallop delivered the Manning Clark Lecture in Canberra “A Republican History of Australia”.


  • Perth Writers Festival[20 June 2014]


    Professor Gallop facilitated a Panel discussing the subject: “Australia: a Question of Identity”.


  • Sydney Ideas - Geoff Mulgan[20 June 2014]


    The GSG and Sydney Democracy Network co-sponsored a lecture by Geoff Mulgan, CEO of NESTA (UK) “Six years after the Crisis – is a different capitalism possible?”


  • Workers Educational Association (WEA)[20 June 2014]


    Professor Gallop deliver lecture on “Leadership in Politics”.


  • Alumni News - Afghanistan[20 June 2014]

    Abdul Hadi Jalali (Master of Public Administration 2011 cohort) reflects on the challenges in Afghanistan as Director of Donors Coordination at the Independent Administrative Reforms and Civil Serivce Commission. In this article, first published in the November edition of Australia Awards - Afghanistan Newletter, Abdul considers those challenges and solutions, as an alumnus of the Graduate School of Government.


  • Alumni News - Africa[20 June 2014]

    Nompumelelo Radebe (Master of Public Administration 2009 cohort) became an Australia Awards Alumni Ambassador, one of ten ambassadors who are there to promote development in Africa through education and training.