Can't make it to Canberra for the 2016 Australasian Aid Conference? Check out our livestream to watch the plenaries and keynote addresses on Australian and global aid policy, what the SDGs will mean for Asia, and perspectives on last year's Paris climate change conference.
How much foreign aid does Australia give? Where does it go, and how effective is it? How does our giving compare to other countries? Find out the answers to these questions and many more using our new Australian Aid Tracker.
Is coal best described as a dirty pollutant, or the key to improved global living standards? Devpolicy Research Fellow Matthew Dornan examines the relationship between coal-fired power and energy poverty.
Much of PNG was hit hard by severe drought and frost in 2015. In the latest Devpolicy Policy Brief, Mike Bourke, Bryant Allen and Michael Lowe assemble over 200 reports to generate a comprehensive picture of the impact down to the local level government area.
As the new year gets underway, Devpolicy Visiting Fellow Tess Newton Cain presents her annual Pacific Predictions. Elections in Vanuatu, Nauru and Samoa, and regional diplomacy efforts look likely to feature prominently in 2016.
- Stephen Howes on Can developing countries afford the SDGs?
- Robert P Bruce on Can developing countries afford the SDGs?
- Luc Lapointe on Too important to flail: a strategic financing mechanism for humanitarian assistance
- Jo Spratt on Pacific colleagues review NZ development cooperation
- Australia's climate finance pledges lower than most other countries: expert
Robin Davies speaks to Radio Australia.
- Why does it cost so much to send money in the Pacific?
Ashlee Betteridge speaks to 95bFM Auckland.
- How to help the Pacific on climate change
An op-ed by Stephen Howes that appeared in The Canberra Times and The Age.