A Good Match: Optimising Australia's permanent skilled migration
Nearly a quarter of permanent skilled migrants in Australia are working in a job beneath their skill level, a new report by CEDA has found.
CEDA’s partnerships and collaborations deliver targeted campaigns on key issues to build consensus on practical policy solutions. By bringing together a range of voices with diverse perspectives and expertise we can achieve greater impact.
Australia is facing many long standing ‘wicked’ problems, as well as complex emerging issues. Solutions are unlikely to be developed in isolation or by one sector. CEDA - with its broad cross-sector members and firm reputation for independence - is uniquely positioned to facilitate and drive impactful partnerships and collaborations.
Through our partnerships and collaborations CEDA draws on existing knowledge and expertise and works with organisations, academic institutions and individual experts in a variety of formats to overcome barriers to policy change.
In 2021, CEDA's work in this space is focused on:
Working together we achieve greater impact on important issues than we would otherwise be able to achieve individually.
Collaborating with CEDA enables your organisation to:
CEDA’s Public Interest Technology program focuses on how emerging technologies can be designed, developed and used in the public interest.
How we advance and adopt technology and the use of data will fundamentally shape Australia’s economic and social development. Data and emerging technologies, used wisely and in the public interest, have the potential to deliver significant benefits.
Through this program of work CEDA brings together technologists, policy makers and business to further development, take-up and use of technology and data in a way that enables a dynamic economy and maximises individual and community choice, opportunity and wellbeing. This complements and supports work being undertaken as part of CEDA's 2021 research and policy agenda.
Following the inaugural CEDA PIT forum held in 2020, CEDA is looking to lead a national discussion in 2021 on what public interest technology means in practice and how to embed this approach to emerging tech.
Drawing on insights from the forum, our priorities include: building awareness of the importance of digital ethics and ethics in practice, regulation and regulatory frameworks for emerging tech, demystifying tech, building tech and public interest awareness and capability.
CEDA would like to thank Google, IBM and KPMG who have come on board as PIT Foundation Partners to help facilitate, guide and drive CEDA’s program of work.
PIT Member Advisory Committee
CEDA has brought together technologists, policy makers and business leaders to discuss how manage new technologies and foster collaborative approaches to maximising the benefits of new tech for individuals and the community.
Working with CEDA, the PIT Member Advisory Committee (MAC) is guiding a program of work to drive ideas, information sharing and policy solutions.
PIT Member Advisory Committee:
CEDA’s Sustainable Development Goals Network enables our members to have greater impact through facilitating understanding and use of the existing SDG framework.
Established by the United Nations, the Sustainable Development Goals are described as the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all, addressing global challenges including poverty, inequality, climate change and justice*. The SDGs were adopted in 2015 and implemented in 2016.
The CEDA SDG network:
* Take Action for the Sustainable Development Goals, United Nations, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, viewed 8 December 2020