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The Asia Foundation Co-Hosts 2023 Australasian Aid Conference

Canberra, November 17, 2023

News

The Asia Foundation, in partnership with the Development Policy Centre at Australian National University (ANU), will host the 2023 Australasian Aid Conference December 5-7 at ANU’s Crawford School of Public Policy. This year’s themes include locally led development, gender equality and social inclusion, climate resilience, and aid effectiveness. No… Read more

 

Virtual Event – Australasian Aid Conference Speaker Series: US Sins Toward the Developing World

Canberra, Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Events

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM UTC+10 (Canberra) Most international development advocates focus their efforts on aid. But other rich country policies matter as much or more for developing countries’ growth and poverty reduction. Nancy Birdsall puts the spotlight on US policies including trade and intellectual property rights, climate, and anticorruption to we… Read more

 

Virtual Event – Firm Partners In An Unstable Region: Prospects for Trilateral Cooperation between the Republic of Korea, the United States, and Australia

Washington, DC, Thursday, May 19, 2022

Events

  Trilateral Republic of Korea-Australia-United States cooperation is long overdue and as yet untapped. The reasons for this are complex, but with converging interests and the proven success of other regional multilateral frameworks such as the Quad, formalizing ROK-Australia-US cooperation should be imperative for all three governments. These… Read more

 

Firm Partners In An Unstable Region: Prospects for Trilateral Cooperation between the Republic of Korea, the United States, and Australia

April 20, 2022

Publication

Trilateral Republic of Korea-Australia-United States cooperation is long overdue and as yet untapped. The reasons for this are complex, but with converging interests and the proven success of other regional multilateral frameworks such as the Quad, formalizing ROK-Australia-US cooperation should be imperative for all three governments. These countr… Read more

 

Virtual Event: Advancing India-Australia-Pacific Islands Development Cooperation

Thursday, March 31, 2022

Events

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM IST 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM FJT The Asia Foundation is organizing a consultation webinar on Advancing India-Australia-Pacific Islands Development Cooperation on March 31st. The webinar follows the 2021 publication of Advancing South-South Cooperation: India’s Development Partnerships with Pacific Island Countries, produced by The Asia… Read more

 

Australasian Aid Conference Speaker Series: Debt Prospects and Challenges for Developing Countries in the Continuing Pandemic

Canberra, Australia, Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Events

8am ET Monday, February 28, 2022 (Washington, D.C.) 11am AET Tuesday, March 1, 2022 (Canberra) Developing countries already held precarious levels of sovereign debt prior to Covid-19. Now, over half of all low-income countries are at high risk of or are currently in debt distress, and some middle-income countries face debt sustainability challenges… Read more

 

The Asia Foundation and the Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre host Special Speaker Series

February 2022 - June 2022

News

Amid growing stay-at-home orders and border closures, The Asia Foundation and the Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre will replace the 2022 Australian AID Conference (AAC) with a special speaker series. From February to June 2022, this series will be conducted monthly and incorporate discussions from key speakers from the Aus… Read more

 

Virtual Event – A New World is Possible: Gender Lens and Social Inclusion Philanthropy in a Time of Covid-19

Australia, Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Events

Further Reading on Gender and Social Inclusion Philanthropy Interactive Menti Resources As Covid-19 has swept the globe it has had acute impacts on women and girls, especially for Indigenous women, other black and brown women, and those working in informal sectors. The pandemic has threatened progress made across sectors, including health equity, e… Read more

 

Insights from the Australasian AID Conference 2020

March 4, 2020

Blog and Podcast

This year’s Australasian AID Conference coincided with Australia’s announced “refresh” of its international development framework. Here are some highlights from the event.

 

Canberra Is Not Closed: Ten Reasons to Go to #AAC2020

February 5, 2020

Blog and Podcast

There are just two weeks to go until the seventh annual Australasian Aid Conference in Canberra. Come for the eminent speakers, the latest on Australian Aid, and the region’s premier opportunity for networking in the international development space.

 

2020 Australasian Aid Conference Set for February 17-19 in Canberra

Canberra, Australia, December 16, 2019

News

The Asia Foundation, in partnership with the Development Policy Centre at Australian National University, will host the 2020 Australasian Aid Conference on February 17-19 at ANU’s Crawford School of Public Policy in Canberra. With over 600 people registered last year, the annual event is Australia’s premier aid and development conference. The keyno… Read more

 

2019 Australasian Aid Conference Slated for February 19-20

Canberra, December 14, 2018

News

The Asia Foundation, in partnership with the Development Policy Centre at Australian National University, will host the 2019 Australasian Aid Conference February 19-20 at ANU’s Crawford School of Public Policy in Canberra. The keynote address will be delivered by former president of the African Development Bank and Rwanda’s Minister of Finance, Dr…. Read more

 

2018 Australasian Aid Conference Returns February 12-14

Canberra, February 6, 2018

News

The Asia Foundation will present the 2018 Australasian Aid Conference (AAC) on February 12-14, in partnership with the Development Policy Centre at the Australian National University (ANU). Taking place in Canberra at the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU, the conference keynote will be delivered by Nancy Birdsall, the founding president of t… Read more