- Code POGO8239
- Unit Value 3 units
- Offered by Crawford School of Public Policy
- ANU College ANU College of Asia and the Pacific
- Course subject Policy and Governance
- Areas of interest Policy Studies
- Academic career PGRD
- Mode of delivery In Person
- Offered in See Future Offerings
This course is available for in-person and remote (online) learning.
Public policy in Australia is, and will continue to be unsettled by First Nation's self-determination, sovereignty and resurgence until these concepts are embraced by policy. This course will equip those working in and around public policy processes to understand ongoing contentions that the public policy process brings, and to better work to support First Nation's self-determination and wellbeing in the Australian specific context.
The course will outline important challenges when considering in public policy in Australia and will focus students on active engagement using tailored case studies and exercises drawing on real life scenarios. The course will provide participants with a tool kit of diverse conceptual and practical approaches that can be applied to various policy fields affecting First Nation's people, which will help prepare public policy processes to support First Nation's self-governance.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
- Understand the major public policy challenges confronting First Nations people and how those challenges affect First Nations lives in Australia.
- Analyse and better public policy affecting First Nations people.
- Understand the elements of meaningful consultation, Indigenous led policy design and settler-reflexivity in the policy development process.
- Work towards preparing public policy processes to support First Nations self-governance.
Case study material to be provided closer to the course’s commencement
- Class quiz (10) [LO 1,2,3,4]
- Policy Case Study (55) [LO 1,2,3,4]
- Presentation of policy case study (35) [LO 1,2,3,4]
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This course is offered as both an executive education two day course with no assessment, and a three day/three unit course that feeds into the Masters of Public Administration with assessment. The total assessment for the three unit course is equivalent to 4000 words.
18 contact hours and 40-50 non-contact hours for degree students.
Moreton-Robinson, A. (2007). Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters. Sydney: New South Wales, Allen & Unwin (Introductory chapter)
Tess Lea (2020), Wild Policy: Indigenous Benefits Under Continuing Settler Occupation, Stanford University Press.
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