APO collects and catalogues a wide range of policy related resources categorised in the formats of: Research, Commentary, Audio, Video and Websites.
Within these formats we consider Articles, Surveys, Books, Book reviews, Briefing papers, Chapters, Directories, Discussion papers, Essays, Guides, Interviews, Journal Articles, Literature reviews, Lectures, Presentations, Policies, Programs, Reports, Statistics, Strategies, Submissions, Theses, Transcripts, Working papers and more, with a preference towards researched work over opinion.
Material collected on the site is mostly produced by academic research centres, government departments and agencies, think tanks, NGOs, the media, consultants, professional bodies, private enterprise and individuals. Organisations and researchers are encouraged register as external editors to post their content for submission to APO editors who will moderate the content prior to publication.
Material will be considered that is:
Because links on the web are often unstable, we prefer to upload and host full content on APO. We also allow external links that are backed up to the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine - and there is a mechanism to do this on the upload form.
Copyright remains with the copyright holders of this work. By hosting content APO does not claim copyright over the work but is granted the non-exclusive right to post and distribute its content. External editors undertake that, to the best of their knowledge, they have the right to grant that permission.
If you would like to submit research for consideration:
> Step 2. Post details of your resource and upload or embed content
(documents, video, audio, websites etc)
> Step 3. Submission is moderated by APO editors
(this will take from 2 hours up to 2 working days)
If accepted your resource will be live on APO and you can share the link with the world and track views and downloads!