2017 Australasian Aid Conference Livestream

As in previous years, the plenary and keynote sessions of the 2017 Australasian Aid Conference were available to view via livestreaming at the links below – the links are now in catch up mode if you missed them on the day.

Livestreaming program

Wednesday 15 February (all times AEDT, GMT +11)

Please note the conference will be commencing earlier than originally scheduled, at 8.30am.

» Opening address: The Hon Julie Bishop MP (8.30-9.30am)
» Keynote address: Michael Woolcock (9.30-10.45am)
» Parallel session: The role and relevance of the ADB in the 21st century (11.20am-12.50pm)
» Plenary: Asian approaches to engaging the private sector in development cooperation (1.50-3.20pm)
» Parallel session: Country ownership and transitions (3.40-5.10pm)

Thursday 16 February (all times AEDT, GMT +11)

» Parallel session: Private sector innovation (8-9.30am)
» Plenary: 3MAP – the Three-Minute Aid Pitch (9.40-10.40am)
» Parallel session: Working with and through markets (11am-12.30pm)
» Plenary: The humanitarian system in crisis (1.30-3.00pm)
» Parallel session: Beyond capacity building: how development assistance can improve justice outcomes (3.20-4.50pm)

Full conference program available here.

Livestreams

Day 1 – morning

Direct link

Day 1 – afternoon

Direct link

Day 2 – morning

Direct link

Day 2 – afternoon

Ashlee Betteridge

Ashlee Betteridge is the Program Manager (Research Communications and Outreach) at the Development Policy Centre. She was previously a Research Officer at the centre from 2013-2017. A former journalist, she holds a Master of Public Policy (Development Policy) from ANU and has development experience in Indonesia and Timor-Leste.

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