A fair budget?

Stephen Howes discusses aid cuts following the budget.

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Global inequality: are the world’s poorest being left behind?

On June 9, Dr Martin Ravallion from Georgetown University will discuss the latest challenges in global inequality.

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2015 aid budget breakfast

What does the 2015-16 Federal budget hold in store for Australian aid? Experts delivered detailed analysis and commentary during the Development Policy Centre 2015 Aid Budget Breakfast --watch the video now.

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2015 PNG Update: development challenges in the LNG era

The 2015 PNG Update will be co-hosted by the UPNG School of Business Administration and Devpolicy, and will be held at UPNG on 18-19 June 2015. Registrations are open.

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2015 Pacific Update: call for papers

We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Pacific Update will be held on July 15-16 at the University of the South Pacific (USP). Submissions are due by May 31.

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  • Devpolicy's 2015 aid budget analysis was covered by a number of media outlets, including ABC PM, Radio National, 7.30, SBS and Fairfax Media.
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  • Stephen Howes' op-ed on the aid cuts on The Conversation.
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  • Matthew Dornan spoke to Radio NZ and Radio Australia about the recovery from Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu.
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  • Matthew Morris on the UK elections and aid.
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  • Stephen Howes and Robin Davies spoke to various media organisations on aid ahead of the Federal Budget.
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  • Paul Flanagan and Stephen Howes on PNG’s budget challenges.
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