How to Innovate for Equity. 10 Days. 100 Ideas.
100 policy ideas for every public servant to take into the next decade
Free for Public Servants & Partners | Registration extended to March 31
Every public servant needs to think about equity. It’s critical to successful policy in health, data, and education, but achieving equity in your policymaking is easier said than done.
That’s why we’ve created How to Innovate for Equity. 10 Days. 100 Ideas. Sign up now and you’ll get 100 ideas about how to apply an equity lens to your work in government. It features articles, quizzes, case studies, toolkits, influential people to follow and more.
Who should register?
This is designed for policymakers, academics and practitioners who are interested in equity and want some new ideas to apply in your work.
- A bite-sized email, with a collection of ideas on a new dimension of equity, each day for 10 days
- Case studies of innovating for equity, including health, gender and racial equity
- Articles, quizzes, case studies, influential people to follow and more
You’ll explore equity in:
Day 1: Health and wellbeing
Day 2: Data, design and technology
Day 3: Racial justice
Day 4: Gender
Day 5: Mental health, social isolation and loneliness
Day 6: Hiring and the workplace
Day 7: Children and education
Day 8: Ageing
Day 9: Poverty and protecting vulnerable populations
Day 10: Cross-sector collaboration
Open to all participants from the public service, civil society, and academia. If you are not yet a member of Apolitical, you will be taken to a signup page that will automatically register you for the micro-series.
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