Introducing the Australian Aid Tracker

Visit the Development Policy Centre's new website, the Australian Aid Tracker. See the trends on Australian aid, where it goes, and how we compare with other donors.

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2016 Australasian Aid Conference

The Australasian Aid Conference will be returning on 10-11 February 2016, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation. Final program with abstracts available here.

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2016 Australasian Aid Conference open events and livestream

Select plenaries and keynotes at the 2016 Australasian Aid Conference will be open for the general public. Livestream links available here.

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Afghanistan in 2015: a survey of the Afghan people

On Feb 12, experts from the Asia Foundation and the ANU will discuss the findings of the latest survey of the Afghan people.

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Pacific Possible: labour mobility

On Feb 26, come to the launch of the joint ANU-World Bank report 'Pacific Possible: Labour Mobility'. Authors of the background paper will present their findings, followed by a panel discussion.

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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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  • Ashlee Betteridge gave two radio interviews on recent research on high Pacific remittance costs.
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  • An op-ed by Stephen Howes on labour migration, climate change and the Pacific appeared across Fairfax Media titles.
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  • Visiting Fellow Paul Flanagan spoke to Pacific Beat about his latest analysis on the PNG economy.
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