Pacific migration research workshop

Pacific migration research workshop
(Flickr/Chris Johnson)
Written by Beth Orton

Event Details

The ANU Development Policy Centre invites researchers to present their papers at this one-day workshop for discussion with an audience of researchers, policymakers, and practitioners.

Topics of interest include:

  • Pacific Islanders’ participation in and access to temporary and permanent migration programs, and its social and economic impacts;
  • Employment, remittances, economic mobility, and wellbeing of Pacific Islanders in Australia and New Zealand; and
  • Regional labour markets, particularly horticulture, viticulture, and agriculture in Australia and New Zealand.

Funding for travel and two nights’ accommodation is available for presenters. Presenters unable to travel due to border restrictions can participate via the online conferencing platform.

Registrations to attend the workshop in person or via the live stream will be free, and will open on Monday 10 May when the program is released.

Submissions deadline: Wednesday 14 April
Notification of acceptance: Friday 23 April
Confirmation of participation: Friday 30 April

Submit your paper here.

You can find more information about the workshop here.

Presentations will be recorded and available after the event on the Development Policy Centre website.

Beth Orton

Beth Orton is a Senior Research Officer at the Development Policy Centre and works on labour migration across the Pacific region. She completed a Master of Demography at ANU.

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