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Appealing to local identity can be a powerful force for successfully managing change as an element of local government. But how much do you know about these concepts?
If you are interested in ‘thinking globally’ and ‘acting locally’ to bring about change; or if you are interested in a career in local government OR improving your career in local government—or all three. Learn more and further grow your knowledge within Local Government with a UTS Master of Local Government.
For those who are interested in thinking globally and acting locally to bring about change or interested in a career in local government.
Dr Professor Bligh Grant is Associate Professor at the UTS Institute for Public Policy and Governance and UTS Centre for Local Government. He is Course Coordinator of the Master of Local Government program at UTS. He is co-author of three books, Local Government in Australia: History, Theory and Public Policy (2017; with Joseph Drew) and Funding the Future (2013) and Councils in Cooperation (2012) (both with Brian Dollery and Michael Kortt). He is co-editor of Metropolitan Governance in Asia and the Pacific Rim (2018) with Cathy Yang Liu and Lin Ye. Recent co-authored scholarly articles have appeared in Australian Journal of Political Science, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Policy and Politics, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, Local Government Studies and Australian Planner. He contributes regularly to media on Australian politics, particularly on local government matters.
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Link copyright and human rights and understand the impact on issues like access to education
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This leading resource is designed for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. The course provides practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.