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Globalisation and Public Policy Conference

15 Sep 2010

The conference was jointly organised by the Institute of Public Policy at AUT University Auckland New Zealand in partnership with National Conference of Minority Public Administrators (COMPA) and Texas A&M University USA.

Keynote speakers included:

  • Professor Richard Bedford: Globalisation, international migration and public policy
  • Dr. Joyce Blackwell [Provost and Vice President South Carolina State University]: Global Citizens, Global Reformers: The Feminist-Pacifist Spirit of Women Activists in Their Quest for World Peace
  • Hon Peter Dunne [Minster for Treasury] Globalisation’s impact on national revenue base
  • The Rt. Hon. Sir Don McKinnon: The Challenge of Global Leadership
  • Professor Ian Shirley: Public policy in the age of globalisation
  • Dr. Sonia Magdalena Tascon: Cross cultural exchange and globalisation [Australia]
  • David Wilson: Metropolitan Governance in an age of Globalisation

The Conference Programme is available for download.

Presentations included:

Bedford: Globalisation and international migration

Boseman: Strategies of survival

Callister: Globalisation and health care

Calvin: The age of Obama

Grewal, Smith and Anstiss: Global health governance

Henry: Trade liberalisation and Maori development

Hoover: Child sexual abuse

Johnston & Kawai: Mobility, motivation, identity

King: Pop idol

Shirley: Public policy in an age of globalisation

Talukder & Love: Agricultural trade policy

Webster: Te Ao Maori

Wilson: Metropolitan governance



Last updated: 15 Sep 2010 3:45pm

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