Technological Innovation and Social Policy

5 March 2018

Officials from the Ministry of Civil Affairs and the Bureau of Civil Affairs of Chengdu City, and University Professors. The host is Chunguang Wang , Director of Social Policy Research Centre, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. People in the audience are local NGOs, social entrepreneurs, private businesses and local government officials.
  • Sector: Education
  • Country location: China
  • Grantee: University of New South Wales

Project summary

Technological innovation is transforming human society fundamentally. It has already reshaped the ways people think about vulnerabilities and disadvantages.

The Technological Innovation and Social Policy project will invite academicians, industry partners and government partners from Australia and China to produce two workshops in Sydney and in Beijing in September 2017 and March 2018 respectively. The topic will be on "Technological Innovation and Social Policy". The project will facilitate a network of industry partners from Australia and China to explore future collaborations.

Key dates

Planned activity City or region Expected start date
Sydney workshop, Site Visits Sydney 09/02/2018
Beijing workshop, Site Visits Beijing Late May 2018

Australia-China Council grant offer: $25,000 plus $2500 GST

Total project value: $50,354.00

Last Updated: 1 August 2018