Sudyumna Dahal presents his PhD research on the effects of remittance and other macro-economic variable shocks on the small open economy of Nepal using SVAR model.
Dr. Nguyen discusses the making and the impacts of agricultural policies in Vietnam
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the weaknesses of the existing global health system. Dr Kaberuka will draw on his vast experience as Chair of the Global Fund Board, former President of the African Development Bank and former Finance Minister of Rwanda to synthesise the lessons learnt and draw out what needs to be done to help the world exit this pandemic and to ensure a better response to the next.
Prioritising the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people
Join Professor Sharon Bessell, Director of the Children’s Policy Centre, in conversation with Natalie Lewis, Commissioner with the Queensland Family and Child Commission, to discuss the importance of prioritising the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people.
A systematic literature review of non-market valuation of Indigenous peoples’ values: Current knowledge, best-practice and framing questions for future research
Ana Manero will share the results of the latest publication at the Water Justice Hub, on lessons learnt and way forward regarding non-market valuation of Indigenous Peoples’ values
Hon. Allan Bird, Governor of East Sepik Province, PNG, discusses how to make decentralisation work in PNG.
Teemu Koskimäki presents his PhD work on the future of economic growth and the transition into a post-growth scenario, with a particular focus on Finland.
Hal Hill reflects on Indonesia and the resource curse.
Russell Toth presents on the impacts of coffee sustainability certification in Indonesia.
Seasonal labour mobility programs in four countries: what can we learn?
Please join us for a special RE&D Research Notes/ CCEP seminar with guest speaker Prof. John Broome.
Sarah Walker presents results from research on care-giving in the Solomon Islands.
Understanding how frames can promote discussion and engagement with climate change: a mixed-methods investigation of framing in communication
Nic will present his PhD research which has focused on climate change framing in the Australian context.
Results from the 4th State of Infrastructure and Engagement Survey - Delays, Cumulative Impacts and Community Resilience
Join the Institute for Infrastructure in Society (I2S) for the release of the 4th State of Infrastructure and Engagement Survey.
Tristram Sainsbury presents his PhD research on the labour market effects of early pension withdrawal policies in the COVID-19 context.