Understanding Society Seminar Series 2012

Event Date: 06/12/2012

Our speakers will reflect on how Australians and Victorians were thinking and feeling in 2012 and the implications for government and business.

Rebecca Huntley, Director, The Ipsos Mackay Report

Rebecca is one of our leading researchers and an author with a background in publishing, academia and politics. She is a regular columnist for Business Review Weekly, feature writer for Australian Vogue and regular panel member of ABC TVs Q&A and Gruen Planet programs. She will share some of the front-of-mind issues facing Australians from The Ipsos Mackay Report, Australia’s longest running qualitative social trends study.

Daniel Evans, Research Director, Ipsos Social Research Institute

Daniel directs the Ipsos Social Research Institute’s Issues Monitor – a survey that monitors the most important issues facing Australia and Australian states and territories. He has presented the findings of the study to leading business and government figures. Daniel will talk through the top issues facing Australians, Victorians, Melburnians and Regional Victorians and how these changed through 2012.

Michael Hopkins, Executive Director, Policy and Communication at Department of Transport

Michael is the Executive Director of Policy and Communications in the Department of Transport with responsibility for broad transport policy and strategy, research and communications. Michael will discuss the critical role transport plays for Victorians.

To register for this event, or for more information, please contact: julia.knapp@ipsos.com or call 03 9946 0845.