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Alex Conroy is one of many Australian volunteers working in the critical water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. She details her motivation for v
Australian volunteer Joanne Chesson has spent four years at the Swaziland Breast and Cervical Cancer Network where she has contributed to and learned
Australian volunteer Sandra Halliwell spent a year working as a Preceptor Midwife Coach in a Cambodian Hospital. She was involved in establishing mean
Mr Ciobo recently met NCP students at the University of South Pacific as part of his first official visit to Fiji.
The third Foundation for Australian Studies in China conference will be held at Shanghai’s East China Normal University from 22 to 25 October.
Minister Bishop has announced a new strategy within the aid program to strengthen the inclusion of people with disabilities in developing countries.
I am pleased to announce that Australia will provide additional support to the long-term recovery of Vanuatu from Tropical Cyclone Pam.
Michelle is an Australian Volunteer funded by the Australian Government as part of the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) prog
The CAAR is drafting a Strategic Plan for 2016 to 2020 and is taking the opportunity to garner input from key stakeholders.
A new documentary, soon to be released, tells the story of football as a powerful player in relations between Australia and Korea.
Award-winning and best-selling Australian author Christos Tsiolkas toured India in March under the Australia-India Council’s (AIC) Authors’ Program.
The AIC Board met with senior representatives of Indian government agencies, think tanks, universities and cultural institutions in India.
Minister Robb has returned to the Philippines with a business delegation focussed on infrastructure before joining counterparts for APEC talks.
Foreign Minister Bishop will visit Singapore, Korea and Japan from 20-23 May to advance Australia’s strategic and economic interests.
We will provide additional assistance for people in need, including vital support to improve security and livelihoods for communities in Rakhine state
Minister Bishop will launch two Australian initiatives to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Singapore’s independence.
A lookout in Broome, a Rockingham jetty and infrastructure for cruise ships will be the first to receive funding under a new national tourism funding
Foreign Minister Bishop welcomes five new appointments to the Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF) Board.
This Guidance Note aims to equip aid administrators and practitioners working on social protection programs and familiar with the policy context to un
Next Generation Community Leaders’ program brought emerging leaders from Thailand to learn about Australian approaches to democracy and human rights.
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