2020 Australasian AID Conference

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Written by Arichika Okazaki

Event Details


The Australasian AID Conference (AAC) will return on 17-19 February 2020, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.

As in previous years, the aim of the 2020 Australasian AID Conference is to bring together researchers from across Australia, the Pacific, Asia and beyond who are working on aid and international development policy (the AID in the conference acronym) to share insights, promote collaboration, and help develop the research community. With more than 600 people registering in 2019, the AAC has established itself as Australia’s premier aid and development conference.

Program

The draft program is available here.

Call for Paper

The call for papers and panels for the 2020 AAC is now closed.

Registration

The registration for the 2020 AAC is now open.  

We offer a variety of types of registration, including One-day registration, Two-day registration and Single session ticket. We also offer discounted registration fees for full-time students.

See more details about the registration types and fees here. Early bird registration is available until 17 Nov 2019.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities

The Australasian AID Conference is one of the premier opportunities to connect with leaders in aid and development policy and research in Australia, the Pacific and Asia.

Our conference attendees range from high-level executives from international NGOs and development contractor organisations, senior bureaucrats from a variety of Australian commonwealth departments, and leading international academics working in aid and development, as well as representatives of national NGOs, early-career researchers, and students.

Details on sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are available.

Arichika Okazaki

Arichika Okazaki is a Program Officer at the Development Policy Centre. He has recently completed a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Development Studies at the ANU.

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