2022 Australasian AID Conference: call for papers and panels

The AAC returns in 2022 on 28–30 November. The submission deadline for abstracts and panels has been extended to Sunday 21 August. Don't miss your opportunity to present at Australia’s premier aid and development conference.

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2022 Australasian AID Conference (AAC2022)

2022 PNG Update: call for papers and panels

The closing date for the call for papers has been extended to Friday 19 August! Submit your abstract or panel proposal for an opportunity to present at the conference on 20–21 October.

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2022 PNG Update: call for papers and panels

APPS increases its impact factor again

The just released 2021 Journal Citation Reports show that Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies has once again increased its impact factor.

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Just published!

A new collection edited by Stephen Howes and Lekshmi Pillai fills a decade-long gap in research and analysis on PNG.

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  • Stephen Howes talks to ABC The World about the re-election of James Marape as PM of PNG.
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  • Stephen Howes talks to SBS News in Depth about the tribal violence erupting in PNG.
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  • Stephen Howes spoke to ABC TV News about tribal violence that has reignited in PNG.
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  • On ABC Pacific Beat, Stephen Howes talks about the need for selective quota allocation of Pacific Engagement Visas.
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  • PNG elections need radical reform, Stephen Howes tells Ben Packham at The Australian.
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  • Stephen Howes discusses on ABC News the violence surrounding the current PNG elections.
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