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Webinar Event - How Australia can recover from the COVID-19 crisis
COVID-19 is the biggest social and economic shock since World War II. Within two months, policies and systems for welfare, employment, childcare, health, and education have been turned on their head after decades of (at most) incremental reform.

Recovering from such a shock is a big task that will stretch government resources. Other less urgent (but important) reforms will have to wait until there are time and resources to do them properly.

In this special Grattan Institute/State Library Victoria Webinar, a panel of policy experts from the Grattan Institute will discuss our latest publication, The Recovery Book, which identifies the extensive policy agenda Australia’s federal, state, and territory governments should deal with over the next six months. And we want to hear your questions about the transition to a ‘new normal’ – living with COVID-19 among us.

Introduction
Sarah Slade - Director Project Management Office, Directorate, State Library of Victoria

Speakers
Danielle Wood - CEO of the Grattan Institute
Stephen Duckett - Director of Grattan’s Health Program
Brendan Coates - Director of Grattan’s Household Finances Program
Marion Terrill - Director of Grattan's Transport & Cities Program

Moderator
Paul Austin - Editor at Grattan Institute

Jul 6, 2020 12:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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