Global Access Partners Pty Ltd is an independent non-profit institute that initiates strategic discussions on the most pressing social, economic and structural issues and challenges facing Australia today.


GAP was established in 2000 with a mission to increase stakeholder participation in the development of government policy. It is a member of the TCG Group of companies - a diverse and growing network founded over 40 years ago.


Through our pioneering 'Second Track' programme, we foster links between community, business and government to streamline the process of problem solving and develop novel approaches to public policy formation.

GAP runs multidisciplinary taskforces, forums, conferences, seminars, consultative committees, research and feasibility studies, online collaboration, executive consultancy, joint ventures and business missions, both internationally and in Australia.

More than 500 people participate in various GAP activities on a regular basis, and close to 100 sponsors fund various GAP projects.

Our diverse initiatives and ventures focus on practical ways to support social progress and drive economic efficiency.

G20 Conference

The G20 Agenda for Growth: Opportunities for SMEs

The conference discussed the role of Australian small to medium enterprises in meeting the G20 target of 2% growth above trend by 2020 (read the report).

Education Summit

National Economic Review: Australia's 5th Growth Summit

The Summit produced 47 recommendations in the areas of early childhood education, preschool, primary and secondary education, tertiary education and professional development and continuous learning.

Productive Ageing

Health Interventions to Improve Economic Productivity

The GAP Taskforce on Productive Ageing is developing projects to support employees over 45 years old and help prevent, delay or treat common medical conditions which could affect their employment.