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22 October 2017
Call for Paper - The 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference

The 26th NISPAcee Annual Conference “Public Administration for Well-being and Growth” will take place in Iasi, Romania on May 24 - 26, 2018. The event will be organised in cooperation with local partner Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi. The interested academicians, researchers and practitioners can submit their applications with paper and panel proposals by October 31, 2017
For more information, click here
10 November 2016
9th ReSPA Annual Conference
The Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA) has devoted its 9th Annual Conference to opening direct channels of discussion on experiences, methodologies and innovative practices in the process of optimization of public administration in the Western Balkans. ReSPA has chosen this topic so as to help demystify optimization as one of most important mechanisms for pushing public administration reforms towards creation of more rational, transparent and accountable services for the citizens of this region. The expected impact of the ReSPA's Annual Conference is initiation of a more permanent experience exchange and concrete follow-up activities related to the systemic changes needed for effective optimization of public administration.

Click here for conference video for 15th November
Click here for conference video for 16th Novembar
Twitter: #ReSPAconf; @ReSPA_EU
29 February 2016
Vacancy Announcement for the Appointment of the Director of ReSPA

The Regional School of Public Administration (ReSPA) is an international organisation based in Danilovgrad, Montenegro, which has been entrusted with the mission of boosting regional cooperation in the field of public administration in the Western Balkans.

ReSPA seeks to achieve this mission through the organisation and delivery of training activities, high level conferences, networking events and publications; the overall objectives of which are to transfer new knowledge and skills as well as to facilitate the exchange of experiences both within the region and between the region and the EU Member States.

The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) will be responsible for the recruitment process of ReSPA Director and is now seeking applications for this position.

Click here for a detailed vacancy announcement and additional information.

The deadline for receipt of applications is midnight (CET), Thursday, 31 March, 2016.
17 February 2016
2016 IIAS-IASIA Joint Congress, 20-23 September

The International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS) and the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration (IASIA) in close collaboration with the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security and the Chinese Academy of Governance organize the 2016 IIAS-IASIA Joint Congress in Chengdu, China, on 20 to 23 September. The Congress is devoted to the theme of Building Capacity for Sustainable Governance.

Click here to submit an abstract.
Click here to register.
23 February 2015
International EPSA Knowledge-Transfer Conference
  The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) and the Catalan Government, with the collaboration of the Partners Program of ESADE, are pleased to announce their International EPSA Knowledge-Transfer Conference, which will take place in Barcelona (ES) on 23-24 March 2015. This conference is hosted by one of the EPSA 2013 awarded projects - the Catalan Centre for Technology and Telecommunication (CTTI).  It aims to bring together some leading public sector representatives from all over Europe. 

For more information click here.
Multiculturalism: A Review of Australian Policy Statements and Recent Debates in Australia and Overseas
Multiculturalism has been a contested policy and concept since its introduction in Australia in the 1970s. While maintaining some core principles, in the three decades since its introduction, federal multicultural policy statements have evolved in response to changing government priorities and responses to the challenges facing Australian society. While Australian multicultural policy has its roots in government responses to the post -settlement issues facing migrants, through the 1980s and 1990s policy was articulated more broadly as an element of Australia's nation building narratives. Today all Australian States and Territories have active policies and programs dealing with multiculturalism.
27 September 2016
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