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Newsletter:  AAC livestreaming | Trump and global development | Australian aid from Menzies

Newsletter: AAC livestreaming | Trump and global development | Australian aid from Menzies

 AAC livestreaming If you’ve missed out on registering for the 2017 Australasian Aid Conference, don’t fret: we will be livestreaming all plenary sessions from the…

In Brief

Refugee film ‘Home’ wins best short film award

With the conflict in Syria showing no signs of abating, the number of people fleeing their homes to seek asylum has reached proportions not seen…

Gender analysis, and thinking and working politically – bridging the gap

Tackling inequalities is a critically important part of reducing poverty and increasing prosperity. It is increasingly recognised that addressing inequality requires a recognition of the…

Fortnightly links: aid and democracy, empowering women, South Sudan, and more

Sarah Blodgett Bermeo has a great, non-technical, post explaining what we know about the relationship between aid and democracy. Interesting evidence from IPA on the…

Vale Hans Rosling

Sad news from Sweden this week: Hans Rosling, statistician and founder of Gapminder, has passed away. It’s not easy to make development data meaningful to…

2017 Australasian Aid Conference Livestream

As in previous years, the plenary and keynote sessions of the 2017 Australasian Aid Conference will be available to view via livestreaming at the links…

Practice parliament session for PNG women: applications now open

A range of international and regional commitments have been made to promote women in decision-making in the Pacific, including in national parliaments. Papua New Guinea…

Fortnightly links: globalisation, Gambia, cash is best, corruption, Trump, and more

Owen Barder muses over the latest CGD Commitment to Development ratings and wonders whether we’ve hit high tide for globalisation. On similar matters, Dani Rodrik…

Fortnightly links: strategic comms, UK aid, SDGs, menstrual hygiene management, and more

Welcome to the first fortnightly links of 2017! To start off, CharityComms, the UK’s network for non-profit communications professionals, reviews the key lessons in strategic…

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Foreign Policy White Paper: submissions now open

On Tuesday afternoon at Parliament House, Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop officially launched the public consultation process for the next Foreign Policy White Paper….