Angie Bexley is the Deputy Director of the Children’s Policy and Centre and Senior Research Fellow at the Poverty and Inequality Centre.
An anthropologist, Angie is currently working on childhood poverty, gender and intolerance in Indonesia. Over the last twenty years, Angie has developed a unique collaborative and inter-disciplinary approach to her research working across international development, specialising in social inclusion and gender justice. .
Angie’s work in international development has focused on social inclusion and gender justice and includes managing major DFAT funded projects and a broad range of organisations including The Asia Foundation, Oxfam, The Carter Center, and Plan International. Angie has recently published a co-edited book with Dr Maj Nygaard-Christensen “Fieldwork in Timor Leste: Understanding Scoial Change through Practice”.
She produces publications, films and art with Timorese, Indonesian Danish and Australian scholars. She is also a founding member of the Canberra-based print making collective ‘Culture Kitchen’ and has engaged artists in regional collaborations resulting in exhibitions at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, New York and London.
Angie is currently a Fellow on the ARC project, Understanding Childhood Poverty in Indonesia with Professor Sharon Bessell.
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
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The Australian National University
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