The 2018 Australasian Aid Conference will be held at the Australian National University on 13-14 February, hosted by the Development Policy Centre, ANU in partnership with The Asia Foundation. The conference will bring together researchers and practitioners from across Australia, the Pacific, Asia and beyond who are working on aid and international development policy to share insights, promote collaboration, and help develop the research and policy community.
The fifth annual conference in 2018 will feature papers and interactive sessions on a variety of aid and international development topics, including aid effectiveness, political economy and the politics of aid, gender, private sector engagement, humanitarian aid, migration and trade policy and the international aid architecture.
Plenary sessions on health security and medical research and civil society in Asian development cooperation, will showcase leading global thinkers and practitioners. The conference keynote will be delivered by Nancy Birdsall, the founding president of the Center for Global Development.
For more information regarding the speakers and conference program, click here.
Join the RDI Network as we share on Day 1 in the Panel 1e: Aid policy, research and effectiveness.
Three Minute Aid Pitch: Call for Proposals
Do you have an innovative new idea for enhancing Australia’s development impact? The Australasian Aid conference is an opportunity to present your idea to an audience of researchers and practitioners from around Australia and the region. Proposals for the Three Minute Aid Pitch (3MAP) are currently open, and will close on 8 December.
Registrations for the conference are now open, early-bird registrations close on 1 December.
For more information, visit the Australasian Aid Conference website.