2022 Australasian AID Conference

AAC2022 starts today. Sessions in Molonglo Theatre will be livestreamed | Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU

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2022 Australasian AID Conference (AAC2022)

2022 PNG Update

Presentations from the 2022 PNG Update are now available online. The livestream replays are also available for the main theatre sessions.

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2022 PNG Update

State fragility: case studies and comparisons

This collection, edited by Devpol’s Nematullah Bizhan, contributes to understanding the drivers and consequences of state fragility.

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ANU-UPNG seminar series

Presentations from the past ANU-UPNG seminars are available online.

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ANU-UPNG seminar

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  • Stephen Howes was asked by ABC Pacific Beat about "brain drain" concerns with over-qualified Pacific Island nurses taking aged care jobs in countries such as Australia.
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  • Devpol associate Robyn Alders presented at the WOHC conference in Singapore last week.
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  • Stephen Howes told ABC Pacific Beat that the budget boost in aid is not the increase it appears to be.
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  • Devpol researchers were asked by The Intel for their take on the first Albanese government budget.
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  • The Fin Review asked Stephen Howes for comment on aid report recommendations.
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  • Stephen Howes explains to Beef Central the PLS to TSS pathway to permanent residency now available to Pacific meat workers.
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