Australia and New Zealand School of Government


The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) is a global leader in education and government-focused research relevant to the public sector. ANZSOG supports the development of better educated, informed and motivated public sector leaders and works to ensure the development of better ideas, evidence and networks. All this delivers public value through better government and better outcomes for citizens.

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13 Aug 2019

This report builds on a pioneering survey of almost 400 public servants in Australia and New Zealand, dozens of interviews with senior practitioners, and original research into how governments around the world are training public officials in innovative practices.


22 Jul 2019

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern delivered a speech to a packed audience in Melbourne, outlining the value of good government and how her government was widening its focus from economic growth to a budget which improved New Zealand’s wellbeing.


5 Jul 2019

The theme for 2019’s NAIDOC Week is: ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth.’ Carissa Lee Godwin, APO’s First Peoples & Public Policy Collection Editor, outlines why these themes matter to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, and how the APO collection supports them.


21 Jun 2019

This report was prepared by the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) to capture the discussions and themes of the 2018 Indigenous Public Servant Forum, held at Old Parliament House in Canberra.


An ANZSOG submission to the Australian Public Service Review
30 May 2019

The APS has the opportunity to “Indigenise” the Public Service Act 1999 to reinforce cultural changes and actions aimed at recruiting and retaining Indigenous employees and incorporating First Peoples knowledge, values and culture into public sector practice. The suggested changes are outlined in this ANZSOG...

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