2022 AAC Speaker Series

The 2022 AAC Speaker Series will bring back some of our favourite speakers from the Australasian AID Conference. Register for the inaugural speech in February by Eun Mee Kim, President of Ewha Womans University.

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2022 AAC Speaker Series

APPS doubles its impact factor

Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies has doubled its impact factor in the 2020 Journal Citation Reports™.

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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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Labour mobility webinar series

Did you miss our last labour mobility webinar? The recording is available online.

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Labour mobility webinar series

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  • Is Tommy Baker the new Ned Kelly? Grant Walton spoke to ABC Pacific Beat about PNG's notorious gang leader.
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  • Stephen Howes speaks to RNZ about new levies announced in the PNG 2022 budget.
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  • Terence Woods speaks to the Financial Times about the recent unrest in the Solomon Islands.
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  • Michael Rose speaks to The Wire about the Fair Work Commission's ruling on a base hourly rate for farm workers.
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  • Michael Rose speaks to ABC Pacific Beat about a recent campaign aimed at stopping Pacific seasonal workers from absconding from their jobs.
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  • On SBS News Stephen Howes questions the need to look outside the Pacific for seasonal workers.
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