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Please note that this registration page is for the 2017 AAC, the 2018 registration page can be found here.
Registration includes all conference sessions and keynotes, morning teas, lunches, and afternoon teas, as well as conference materials.
For those who were unable to attend in person, the conference plenary sessions and selected parallel sessions were livestreamed and are available to watch via the links below:
Wednesday 15 February
» Opening address: The Hon Julie Bishop MP (8.30-9.30am)
» Keynote address: Michael Woolcock (9.30-10.45am)
» Parallel session: The role and relevance of the ADB in the 21st century (11.20am-12.50pm)
» Plenary session: Asian approaches to engaging the private sector in development cooperation (1.50-3.20pm)
» Parallel session: Country ownership and transitions (3.40-5.10pm)
Thursday 16 February
» Parallel session: Private sector innovation (8.00-9.30am)
» Plenary session: 3MAP – the Three-Minute Aid Pitch (9.40-10.40am)
» Parallel session: Working with and through markets (11.00am-12.30pm)
» Plenary session: The humanitarian system in crisis (1.30-3.00pm)
» Parallel session: Beyond capacity building - how development assistance can improve justice outcomes (3.20-4.50pm)
Additionally, all conference parallel sessions were audiorecorded and uploaded to the conference website here.
Organisations have the option of registering under the Shared Registration category, whereby a single registration can be shared amongst up to 4 delegates. Under a shared registration, only ONE delegate per registration may be present at the conference at a time.
The shared registration policy is designed to broaden access to the conference, but in order to ensure that we are able to continue to offer this registration option in the future and to ensure there is adequate catering and space for all conference delegates, we kindly request that you respect this policy and coordinate attendance within your group so that only one delegate is present at the conference at any given time.
One delegate should be appointed as the contact person for the shared registration. The names of all delegates (up to 4 total per registration) under the shared registration must be provided to the conference organisers either through the registration form or by email no later than one week prior to the conference (Wednesday 8 February 2017).
Upon registration, you will receive a tax invoice via email. Cancellations must be notified in writing to email@example.com. Cancellations received prior to Wednesday 8 February 2017 will receive a refund of registration fees. After this date no refund will be given.
Abstracts open: 3 June 2016
Abstracts close: 1 October 2016; extended to 16 October 2016
Early Bird registration close: 10 November 2016
Cancellation and shared registration names deadline: 8 February 2017
Conference dates: 15-16 February 2017