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        GRAUN NA GUTPELA SINDAUN LONG PAPUA NUIGINI

        AidWatch's new publication GRAUN NA GUTPELA SINDAUN LONG PAPUA NUIGINI is a shortened and adapted version of Australian academic Tim Anderson's Land & Livelihoods in Papua New Guinea book. Translated in Tok Pisin for Papua New Guinean communities the booklet will...

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        We are not even six months into 2017, but we have already seen much that is of concern in the direction of Australia’s aid program and policies. In the budget in May, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) announced a 22% cut to support for multilateral...

        AUSTRALIA’S FOREIGN POLICY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP

        The public consultation period on the Government’s strategy for Australia’s foreign policy, the DFAT White Paper, came to an end in February. With virtually zero evidence of public engagement on the issue, it is not clear whether DFAT even wanted to hear from the...

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        EVENT: Australia’s Foreign Policy in the Age of Trump

        WHEN:?Wednesday 5th April, 6pm-7.30pmWHERE:?Macquarie Room, NSW Parliament, 6 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000 Please RSVP?:?Limited Seats The public consultation period on the Government’s strategy for Australia’s foreign policy, the DFAT White Paper, came...

        AUSTRALIA’S FOREIGN POLICY IN THE AGE OF TRUMP

        The public consultation period on the Government’s strategy for Australia’s foreign policy, the DFAT White Paper, came to an end in February. With virtually zero evidence of public engagement on the issue, it is not clear whether DFAT even wanted to hear from the...

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