Ahead of the 2017-18 federal budget, Visiting Fellow Bob McMullan and Associate Director Robin Davies analyse recent trends and highlight areas where there are gaps in Australia's aid effort as part of a new Policy Brief.
For all the media attention in recent years, little clarity has emerged on the best policy approaches for governments experiencing a sudden surrogacy boom, writes Research Officer Ashlee Betteridge.
In a new Devpolicy Discussion Paper, Associate Director Robin Davies explores how the concept of a 'global public good' is used in aid policy narratives, and how it might be deployed to greater effect.
A new database launched in Port Moresby on 16 March makes election results for all general elections held in Papua New Guinea since 1972 available to the public. Terence Wood presents five key points you should know about election results in PNG.
Is conditionality -- the requirement that aid recipients undertake certain actions in return for the provision of that aid -- inherently inconsistent with an ownership agenda? In a new paper published in Development Policy Review, Matthew Dornan looks at the experiences of Solomon Islands, Tonga, and Tuvalu.
- Carmen Voigt-Graf on Aid advisers in Papua New Guinea: a full solution
- Terence Wood on New Zealand needs a fence for aid, not aid for fences
- Mike Cookson on Significance of the centenary: history and commemoration of the Kokoda Campaign in Papua New Guinea
- Adriana Spinno on PNG’s frightening fiscal figures
- The conundrum of foreign aid
Stephen Howes quoted in article on PNG aid for Fairfax Media.
- Four takeaways from the Australasian Aid Conference
Devex summary of our 2017 conference held in February.
- Award for feeding Africa's hungry a feather in vet's cap
Profile in Fairfax papers on the winner of our 2017 Mitchell Humanitarian Award, Robyn Alders.