World Population Day Webinar

World Population Day Webinar!

Friday 10th July 2020
12:00pm – 1:00pm AEST (2:00pm-3:00pm NZST)

World Population Day seeks to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues, including sustainable development, gender equality, poverty, maternal health, and human rights. With that in mind to address some of the issues raised in World Population Day, we’ve got two exciting speakers to address population challenges and opportunities from two very different angles.

Jannat Maqbool will bring the Smartcities perspective – what opportunities do Smartcity technologies offer towards managing equality and equity in city populations. What balance is there between technology, safety, and privacy? What about developing nations – how can they benefit from IoT devices that have a more minimal reliance on existing infrastructure than traditional technologies?

Michael Frost, representing the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, sees data telling the story across people’s lives and understands the social impacts of health. He’ll share how addressing women’s health rights improve outcomes for society as well as how data can help governments make better policies on health.

 

Speaker Bios:

 

Jannat Maqbool is an accomplished academic, CPA and former CIO, who has recently completed a Masters of Digital Business and is actively engaged in the NZ technology sector.

With a focus on leveraging data and technology in innovative ways to benefit individuals, organisations and communities, Jannat is currently the Director – NZ at Smart Cities Council ANZ, NZ Lead at the Centre for Data Leadership, Smart Cities Advisor for Hamilton City Council, and Principal Advisor for Asia Pacific in IoT, Agritech and Fintech with Ecosystem.

Jannat is a passionate advocate for digital inclusion and is involved with a number of initiatives focused on digital enablement.

 

Michael Frost is responsible for the Primary and Maternal Health and Veterans Group. The group leads the Institute’s work to develop high quality, national primary health care data, to prepare and make available data from the My Health Record system for public health and research purposes, and to help the Department of Health to meet the data needs of Primary Health Networks. The group also produces the national data on maternal and perinatal health and is partnering with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs to develop a repository of data and quality statistical reporting about the health and welfare of Australia’s veteran population.

Mr Frost’s experience spans nearly 20 years in federal and state governments, in policy advice, performance reporting and administrative roles. Previously, Mr Frost was Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives for the (former) National Health Performance Authority. Prior to that he held executive roles at the COAG Reform Council for more than 6 years, where he oversaw the council’s performance reporting in the health, education, skills, disability, housing and Indigenous sectors and in microeconomic reform. He also led the council’s review of the strategic planning systems of Australia’s capital cities. Mr Frost has held various policy and management roles within the NSW Government Department of Premier and Cabinet and the Office of Community Housing. This included periods managing the Cabinet Secretariat and advising on portfolios including treasury, finance, commerce, arts, health, Aboriginal affairs, youth, and intergovernmental relations and regulatory reform. Mr Frost has a Bachelor of Economics (first class honours in political science) and a Graduate Diploma in Public Administration (with Merit).

 

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