Hear from Helen Connolly, Commissioner for Children and Young People in South Australia, about the Menstruation Matters report she has just released, and what it reveals about the systemic inequities that need to be fixed to ensure menstruation does not pose a barrier to young people’s wellbeing.
Join us for this online event to learn more about study pathways in Resources, Environment and Development.
Development and the Pacific Labour Scheme – a longitudinal survey of Timorese applicants and participants
Dr Michael Rose introduces the first stage of a longitudinal survey designed to understand any difference the Pacific Labour Scheme makes to Timorese households.
Join us for this online event to learn more about the study pathways for international and development economics
Manoj Pandey will present evidence that hunger is a widespread problem in Papua New Guinea.
Join us for this online event to learn more about studying policy and governance.
Thomas Wangi presents his PhD research on the determinants of excess reserves in the banking system of Papua New Guinea.
The IEA’s latest Quarterly Gas Market Report and Global Gas Security Review features an annual assessment of global gas market flexibility metrics and LNG contracting trends, as well as an in-depth analysis of the supply security implications of a transition to low-carbon gases.
Hear from Colin Petit, Commissioner for Children and Young People in Western Australia, on conducting the Speaking Out Survey in 2021 and what it reveals about the wellbeing of children and young people in Western Australia.
In this presentation, Professor Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt will discuss the pathways to transition away from coal in India