2015 Australasian Aid Conference Livestream

Can’t make it to Canberra? Missed out on registration? We’ll be streaming the main sessions from the Australasian Aid Conference live over the web. Join us virtually on 12-13 February.

Watch the Australasian Aid Conference livestream here.

Streaming schedule

All times Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDST)/GMT +11.

Thursday 12 February
9.15 am Opening address: The Hon Tanya Plibersek MP
10 am Keynote – The future of aid: three orthodoxies contested: Robin Davies
1.50 pm Plenary session – Recipient perspectives on the new aid landscape

Friday 13 February
9 am Keynote address – Aid for health and its influence on health systems: Barbara McPake
10 am Panel – Aid, development and conflicts in the Asian frontier
11.50 am Panel – Aid and the private sector
1.40 pm Plenary session – The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
2 pm Plenary session – Aid from India
3.40 pm Panel – Justice reform

For those watching at home or the office, or attending in person, don’t forget to share your thoughts on Twitter. Follow the hashtag #AAC2015 and @devpolicy.

Conference details

The 2015 Australasian Aid Conference on 12-13 February will bring together researchers from across Australia, the Pacific and Asia working on aid and international development policy to share insights, promote collaboration, and help develop the research community.

Covering a huge range of topics on aid and development, the Conference will host a total of 65 presentations split between keynote, plenary and parallel breakout sessions. The program and list of keynote speakers is available here. Abstracts are also now available on the Conference website.

The conference is fully booked and registrations have closed.

For more information, please visit the Conference website.

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Ashlee Betteridge

Ashlee Betteridge is the Manager 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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