After the positive response to this year’s event, we are pleased to announce that the 2015 Australasian Aid Conference will be held on 12-13 February at ANU. A call for papers is now open.
A new report based on findings from the Promoting Effective Public Expenditure (PEPE) Project suggests that there may be cause for concern about Papua New Guinea's free health policy.
Is the government's 'new aid paradigm' and performance framework, announced by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on June 18 at the National Press Club, really new? What does it do for aid reform? Stephen Howes and Joel Negin take a closer look.
In Devpolicy’s submission to the parliamentary inquiry into the role of the private sector in development, Robin Davies and Margaret Callan identify some of the problems with previous attempts by the aid program to engage with the private sector and make recommendations for a new path.
As part of a new project for 2014, the Development Policy Centre is looking for stories about Australian aid. We are looking for stories in which people actually involved in the development and implementation of aid activities do the talking. Do you have a ripping yarn to share?
- Mel Dunn on Reflections of a humanitarian aid worker: an interview with Tom Bamforth
- Ashlee Betteridge on The end of AYAD: youth ambassador program retired
- George D on The end of AYAD: youth ambassador program retired
- shenqow on The end of AYAD: youth ambassador program retired
- Concerns over proposed new Framework for Pacific Regionalism
Matthew Dornan speaks to Pacific Beat.
- Science and technology ‘ignored’ in Pacific Plan review
Matthew Dornan speaks to SciDevNet.
- Bishop flags radical aid overhaul
Stephen Howes on the government's new aid policy on Radio National Drive.