Australasian AID Conference

Canberra | Monday, 28 November Wednesday, 30 November 2022 

Host Organisations: Development Policy Centre, Australian National University and The Asia Foundation  

The 2022 Australasian Aid Conference hosted by the Development Policy Centre-Australian National University, in partnership with The Asia Foundation will bring together practitioners and researchers working on aid and international development policy from across Australia, the Asia- Pacific and beyond to share insights, promote collaboration, and enrich the research community.  

At this event, AWP will convene a session to launch a publication titled, ‘Climate Change and Water Security in the Indo-Pacific: Risks, Responses and a framework for Action,’ co-authored by Dr Hemant Ojha (Institute for Study and Development Worldwide) and Professor Nicholas Schofield (Global Future Research).

The session will be followed by a panel discussion on ‘Climate Risk and Water Security in the Indo-Pacific: How should development partners support local responses?’ and will bring perspectives from the five socioecological zones outlined in the report – mountain towns, dry zones, delta zones, Pacific Islands, and large coastal cities.  

Publication Launch

Climate Risk and Water Security in the Indo-Pacific: How should development partners support local responses? 

Monday 28 November 2022 | 2:00pm AEST | Weston Theatre, Australian National University

Please note this is a non-ticketed event and the public is welcome to attend without registration.

Speakers and Panellists

  • Bob McMullan – Chair of the Australian Water Partnership Advisory Committee  
  • Sarah Ransom – General Manager (AWP) 
  • Prof. Nicholas Schofield – Founder & Director (Global Future Research) 
  • Dr Hemant Ojha – Principal Advisor (Institute for Study and Development Worldwide) 
  • Manita Raut – PhD (ANU)  
  • Dr Kate Duggan – Managing Director (Griffin- NRM) 
  • Michael Wilson – Chief Executive Officer (eWater Ltd) 
  • Katharine Cross – Strategy and Partnerships Lead (AWP)
  • Shreya Gyawali – Program Officer (AWP) 

The following Policy Brief draws on the report to be launched: ‘Water and Climate Risk in the Asia-Pacific‘.

For more information about the Australasian Aid Conference see the ANU website.

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Canberra | Monday, 28 November – Wednesday, 30 November 2022  Host Organisations: Development Policy Centre, Australian National University and The Asia Foundation   The 2022 Australasian Aid Conference hosted by the Development Policy Centre-Australian National University, in partnership with The Asia Foundation will bring together practitioners and researchers working on aid and international development policy from […]

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