The NSW and Federal Governments have recognised that government-led approaches haven’t worked to meaningfully Close the Gap and deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
It’s not yet clear how the government plans to bring together Australia’s best experts — including policy thinkers, emergency managers, researchers and practitioners — to address the complex, evolving threats from natural disasters.
As researchers and educators in the space of global development, we hope that our work will have positive impacts on communities and individuals – whether through changing ideas and discourse, shifting policy and practice or delivering direct bene
Brought to you in collaboration with the UNSW Institute for Global Development (IGD), this issue brings together student authors of UNSW, PhD candidates, and leading development practitioners to provide vibrant and insightful perspectives into the world of global development.
UNSW's submission to DFAT's Review on Australia's International Development Policy highlights the considerable opportunity for DFAT to engage the University sector as a key partner in informing and implementing its development policy. You can read our full submission here.