Upcoming events

2024 PNG Update
9am 21 August – 5pm 22 August 2024
Various speakers

The annual PNG Update is the premier forum for the discussion of research and analysis relating to contemporary economic and public policy issues in PNG.

Organised by the University of Papua New Guinea’s School of Business and Public Policy and the Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre, the 2024 PNG Update will be held at the University of Papua New Guinea Waigani campus on 21–22 August.

Visit the PNG Update Page in coming months for more details on the Call for Papers and event details or for email updates please subscribe to the Development Policy Centre newsletter.

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2024 Pacific Migration Workshop
9am–5pm 3 September 2024

The Development Policy Centre’s annual Pacific Migration Workshop is an important forum for discussion of Pacific migration issues and their economic, social, political, and environmental dimensions.

The 2024 Pacific Migration Workshop will be held on 3 September in Canberra.

This year’s theme is Expanding Opportunities for Pacific Migration.

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2024 Australasian AID Conference
12pm 3 December – 5pm 5 December 2024
Various Speakers

The 2024 Australasian AID Conference (AAC2024) will be held on 3–5 December.
The call for papers and panels is now open!
The aim of AAC2024 is to bring together researchers from across Australia, the Pacific, Asia and beyond who are working on aid and international development policy (the AID in the conference acronym) to share insights, promote collaboration, and support development within the research community. With more than 600 people attending in 2023, the AAC continues to be Australia’s premier aid and development conference.

AAC204 will be held at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra. The main emphasis of the conference is on in-person attendance and presentations, with all the opportunities for interaction and networking thereby afforded. It will also offer livestreaming via YouTube of selected sessions.

Visit the Australasian AID Conference pages in coming months for the Call for Papers and Panels plus registration details. Or for email updates please subscribe to the Development Policy Centre fortnightly newsletter.

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