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06 March 2024
In partnership with the Ian Axford Fellowships in Public Policy, IPANZ is bringing you a mini webinar series introducing you to the 2024 fellows and the work they will be doing in Aotearoa New Zealand. First up we are also joined by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, who will be hosting fellow Rachel Levinson-Waldman.
13 March 2024
In partnership with the Ian Axford Fellowships in Public Policy, IPANZ is bringing you a mini webinar series introducing you to the 2024 fellows and the work they will be doing in Aotearoa New Zealand. For this webinar we are also joined by the Ministry of Social Development, who will be hosting fellow Megan Seeds.
08 December 2023
“No surprises” is fundamentally about the constitutional relationship between ministers and public servants. National’s coalition agreements with Act and New Zealand First agree that the cabinet manual’s “no surprises” policy “needs clarification to better respect the privacy of individuals”. The Institute of Public Administration NZ (IPANZ) suggests a more fundamental overhaul of the entire “no surprises” approach is necessary.
09 August 2023
IPANZ recently collaborated with the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) on a series of events to explore the crucial relationship between ministers and officials. This series of conversations was designed to shed light on what both sides can do to ensure the relationship is working at its best. Topics covered were getting the relationship between ministers and officials right, understanding and developing political nous, and building the relationship with political nous.