2020 Australasian AID Conference - Keynote panel - Australian aid: PNG and transparency

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Australia’s aid program to PNG is its biggest, its highest profile and most controversial. In this insightful keynote panel at the 2020 Australasian AID conference, Jonathan Pryke outlines the findings of his research into Australia’s aid program to PNG, His Excellency John Kali CMG OBE discusses key changes in the way Australian assistance is being delivered, Terence Wood presents the findings of the third Australian aid transparency audit, and Stephanie Copus Campbell reflects on the panel’s perspectives on delivering development outcomes in PNG. Chair: Anthea Mulakala, Senior Director for International Development Cooperation at The Asia Foundation Panellists: Jonathan Pryke, Director, Pacific Islands Program, Lowy Institute Dr Terence Wood, Research Fellow, Development Policy Centre H.E. John Kali CMG OBE, High Commissioner for Papua New Guinea to Australia Stephanie Copus Campbell, CEO, Oil Search Foundation

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