2021 aid budget breakfast

Missed the 2021 aid budget breakfast? Watch the recording to catch up on the webinar.

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Pacific Migration Research Workshop:

Program and registrations for the Pacific Migration Research Workshop are now available! Join us in person or online.

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The Informal Economy in Development: Evidence from German, British and Australian New Guinea

John D Conroy's new book, 'The Informal Economy in Development: Evidence from German, British and Australian New Guinea', is available for free download.

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Labour mobility webinar series

Did you miss our last labour mobility webinar? The recording is available to catch up on.

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COVID-19 international development forum

Join the discussion in the "COVID-19 international development forum”. Add your comment, critique or suggestion in the comment section.

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  • On ABC Overnights, Terence Wood discussed his research into where Australian aid projects are working well and how project effectiveness can be measured.
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  • Terence Wood discussed the impact of COVID-19 on Australia's foreign aid on Pacific Beat.
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  • Stephen Howes discussed Nauru’s riches to rags to riches story on ABC Radio's The Money.
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  • What are the implications of Westpac PNG's decision to sell its operations to a competitor, Kina? Dek Sum discussed on Pacific Beat.
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  • New analysis shows APTC graduates are finding it harder to get work back in the islands. Stephen Howes discussed on Pacific Beat.
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  • Despite a rapid growth in the number of Samoans living in Australia, only four per cent migrate directly. The overwhelming majority move to Australia via New Zealand. Stephen Howes discussed on Pacific Beat.
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