Join us at the 2016 Australasian Aid Conference

In February 2016, the Development Policy Centre will hold its 3rd annual Australasian Aid Conference here at the Australian National University. The two-day conference attracts a diverse audience, ranging from academia, government, NGOs and civil society, from across Australia, the Pacific, Asia, and beyond. It has become the premier academic forum for the discussion of aid and development in the region.

If you’re interested in presenting your work at the conference, today is the final day for abstracts to be submitted. They only need to be 300 words and can cover virtually any topic related to aid and development. You can read the fine print on our call for papers here, and then submit your abstract to, with “2016 Australasian Aid Conference” in the subject line.

For those who aren’t looking to present, but would like to attend the conference to take advantage of the learning and networking opportunities, we’d also like to remind you that conference registration is now open. If you register before November 10, you can save $60 with our ‘early bird’ price (and student registrations are even cheaper). You can read all the details about conference registration here, or simply go straight to our registration system to book your place now. In the last two years the conference was fully booked and we expect the same level of interest this time around.

We look forward to seeing you at the 2016 AAC!

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Camilla Burkot

Camilla Burkot was a Research Officer at the Development Policy Centre, and Editor of the Devpolicy Blog, from 2015 to 2017. She has a background in social anthropology and holds a Master of Public Health from Columbia University, and has field experience in Eastern and Southern Africa, and PNG. She now works for the Burnet Institute.

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