2016 aid budget breakfast

Join us the morning after the 2016-17 budget for the fourth annual aid budget breakfast to learn what it means for the future of Australian aid.

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New approaches to tackling gender-based violence in Papua New Guinea

At this event, a panel of exceptional Papua New Guinean leaders will discuss important and innovative approaches being taken in PNG to address gender-based violence.

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New approaches to tackling genderbased violence in Papua New Guinea

Australian aid evaluations: performance of Australian aid and Australia Awards scholarships

On Wed 20 April, Devpolicy hosted a forum to discuss and debate two recent aid evaluations by DFAT’s Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE).

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2015 Annual Report

Our 2015 Annual Report is now available. Read about our Centre's achievements over the past 12 months, and our plans for the year ahead.

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A global humanitarian fund: a policy proposal

In our latest policy brief, Robin Davies proposes the creation of a global humanitarian fund to address the $10 billion humanitarian funding gap.

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  • Associate Director Robin Davies wrote for The Guardian on the need for a global humanitarian fund.
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  • The launch of the 2015 Australian Aid Stakeholder Survey was covered in newspapers and on radio.
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  • The launch of Devpolicy's Australian Aid Tracker website attracted media interest.
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  • Paul Flanagan's analysis on what lies ahead for PNG's economy was featured by East Asia Forum, The Australian Financial Review and Pacific Beat.
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  • Stephen Howes spoke to ABC's The World Today on Australian and global humanitarian aid efforts in the face of current crises.
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  • Robin Davies spoke to Pacific Beat about Australia's climate finance commitments at COP21.
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