Politics & Public Policy
Dr Rob Manwaring is a lecturer in the Department of Politics and Public Policy. Previously Rob worked for the UK's Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) as a senior policy adviser in the public sector division. Rob worked with a range of central government departments in the UK on their race equality work, and was a key member of the CRE's investigation into racism in the police service. In 2007, Rob worked as a social justice policy officer for the South Australian Council of Social Service, and updated and wrote their 'Blueprint for the elimination of poverty in South Australia'. Rob is also an ambassador for White Ribbon - the campaign to prevent men's violence against women.
Faculty Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning 2014
Director of Studies for Bachelor of Government and Public Management
First Year Teaching Co-ordinator - School of Social and Policy Studies
Rob's teaching interest include: Australian politics, social democratic and labour democratic politics, public policy, political participation and consultation, British political tradition, European politics
Rob's research interests include:
: Politics and Policy
Rob is former policy officer for the South Australian Council of Social Service, and takes an active interest in the South Australian community sector.
Rob is a member of the Australian Political Science Association, the British Political Science Association, and the Institute of Public Administration Australia (SA)
Rob is an Ambassador for White Ribbon - the campaign to prevent men's violence against women