18-20 July 2018, hosted by Queensland Parliament
The theme for the conference is Trust in Parliament in a post-truth world.
The conference theme seeks to challenge the dominant understandings of trust in our Parliaments and explore the relationships, the tensions and the possibilities for transformation for parliaments and politicians alike.
The conference organisers are currently calling for expressions of interest from persons interested in presenting a paper at the 2018 ASPG Conference that touch on, but are not restricted to:
- Institutional Trust
- Power, Treaty and Trust
- Behavioural Trust
- Policy Truth
- Building Trust Across Diversity
- Truth on the Run
More detailed information about expressing your interest in presenting a paper at the 2018 Conference is outlined in the circular below. Information about conference registration, the program and accommodation options in Brisbane is also included in this circular.
Deadline for expressions of interest has been extended from 2 February 2018 to Friday, 16 February 2018.
While it is not necesary to have registered for the conference at the time you express an interest in presenting a paper, registrations are now being accepted.
If you have any queries about making an expression of interest or conference registration, please email Lynda Pretty at ASPG-Q@parliament.qld.gov.au