2024 aid budget breakfast

The Devpol team presented their analysis of the 2024-25 budget and trends in Australian and global aid on 15 May. If you missed the event, you can read the blog or view the presentation slides now.

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Australian aid and UNICEF workers in PNG

A shrinking humanitarian space and increasing humanitarian needs

Médecins Sans Frontières argues it’s time to raise the alert on the erosion of international humanitarian law and increasing risks faced by aid workers. Join the public lecture at ANU or online on 28 May.

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Timor-Leste's economic development & priorities

Join us on 29 May to hear Governor of the Central Bank of Timor Leste, Holder Lopes, present Timor-Leste’s economic and development priorities across seven outlines: economic growth, inflation, employment, public finance, monetary sector, external sector,

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2024 Pacific Migration Workshop calls for papers

The 2024 Pacific Migration Workshop will be held on 3 September in Canberra. This year’s theme is Expanding Opportunities for Pacific Migration. The call for papers is now open.

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2024 PNG Update

The 2024 PNG Update will be held in Port Moresby on 21-22 August 2024. The call for papers and panels is now open!

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