Room 202, Robert Sutherland Hall,
Through 6 weekly seminars, with time for discussion, the context for present and future public policy challenges and new ways of addressing them will be explored. Much of the focus will be on Canada but international experiences and comparisons will be featured. All sessions will begin at 7:00pm in Room 202, Robert Sutherland Hall (138 Union Street). Parking is available on the Queen’s surface lots after 5:30pm.
Seminar Instructor: Don Drummond , Matthews Fellow in Global Public Policy and Adjunct Professor at the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University
Dates (7-9 PM)
The Business of Education, Training and Employment Support
- Private Sector Practices and Participation in Public Services
Governments Always End Up in Fiscal Messes
Introducing Efficiency to Public Services
Better Quality Health Care at Lower Costs
A Longer-term Perspective on Public Policy
*** Please Note: Registration for this series is now closed.