Events

May 2022

International development election forums: Australian Greens
04
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | Forum

International Development Election Forums: Australian Greens

Senator Janet Rice and Senator Mehreen Faruqi

This first International Development Election Forum will feature The Australian Greens’ spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Senator Janet Rice, and spokesperson on International Aid and Development, Senator Mehreen Faruqi.

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International Development Election Forums: Australian Labor Party
09
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | Forum

International Development Election Forums: Australian Labor Party

Pat Conroy MP

This second International Development Election Forum will feature the Opposition’s Shadow Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Mr Pat Conroy MP.

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International Development Election Forums: the Coalition
13
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | Forum

International Development Election Forums: the Coalition

Senator the Hon Zed Seselja

This third International Development Election Forum will feature the Coalition’s Minister for International Development and the Pacific, Senator the Hon Zed Seselja.

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Empowering migrants: impacts of a migrant’s amnesty on crime reports
17
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | ACDE Seminar

Empowering migrants: impacts of a migrant’s amnesty on crime reports

Dr Dany Bahar

Dr Dany Bahar presents his study on whether undocumented immigrants change their crime-reporting behavior after receiving a regular migratory status.

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US sins toward the developing world: how they harm them and us
24
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | Seminar

US sins toward the developing world: how they harm them and us

Dr Nancy Birdsall

Dr Nancy Birdsall puts the spotlight on US policies to weigh up the benefits they bring and the harm they do to the developing countries of the world.

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What has limited preferential voting changed in Papua New Guinea?
27
May
2022
Crawford School of Public Policy | Development Policy Centre | Seminar

What has limited preferential voting changed in Papua New Guinea?

Dr Terence Wood and Maholopa Laveil

This presentation will report on new research examining the impact of limited preferential voting on electoral processes and outcomes, as well as governance more generally, in PNG.

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