Patrick Wall studied a Master of Diplomacy and now works in Geneva at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) developing and executing the UNHCR's strategy for the 'Global Compact on Refugees'.
Today’s most pressing security challenges – great power conflict, economic dependence, climate change and other non-traditional threats such as pandemics – are complex, entailing interconnectivity, non-linearity and emergence.
Professor Bina D’Costa joined The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) at the height of the Syrian refugee emergency in Europe, before returning to teach at The Australian National University. She shares her experiences, challenges, motivation and expertise.
Ed Aspinall from our Department of Political and Social Change discusses the recent National Library of Australia policy to dramatically downgrade the most extensive Asian studies collection in the southern hemisphere.
Joanne Wallis, Associate Professor in the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre and James Batley, Distinguished Policy Fellow in the Department of Pacific Affairs have recently published paper from ANU workshop.