The Asia and the Pacific Policy Society is a community of scholars, policymakers, researchers and students. It is the first international association to link people engaged in public policy working across academic disciplines in the region.
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The health and development challenges faced by people in the Pacific will be tackled at the upcoming Asia and Pacific Policy Society Conference.
The conference will be held on Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 September 2014 and will bring international speakers to Crawford School including Professor Tikki Pangestu of the National University of Singapore, Marc Overmars of UNICEF, Professor Peter Annear of the Nossal Institute and Dr Susan Ivatts of the World Bank.
With non-communicable and water-borne diseases ranking among the most daunting challenges facing people in the Pacific Islands, the purpose of the conference is to explore practical policy options to deal with these issues.
The outcomes and policy recommendations from the conference will be considered for a special health issue of Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies journal. This special issue, due to be published in May 2015 aims to capture innovative thinking, knowledge transition and collective action on health policy in the Asia and the Pacific region.
The conference is part of ANU Public Policy Week 2014.
Click here to register for Asia and the Pacific Policy Society Conference 2014 - Confronting the Pacific’s health challenges.
Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies has funding support from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Australian Government.