AID/WATCH’s Matt Hilton will be speaking about aid, human rights and the Cambodian government with the Refugee Action Coalition.
SEARCH hosts this breakfast with speakers from Greenpeace, CFMEU and the Save Medicare Campaign.
A peaceful, non-partisan citizens’ march and rally to protest against the current government’s policy decisions that are against the common good of our nation.
MEDIA RELEASE Australian aid and trade watchdogs denounce Pacific Free Trade Agreement For immediate release 23 July 2014 SYDNEY: Independent Australian organisations, the Australian Fair Trade and Investment Network (AFTINET) and AID/WATCH, Australia’s aid monitor, have voiced serious concerns about the PACER-Plus Free Trade Agreement currently being negotiated between Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Island […]
An “overhaul” of Australia’s foreign aid program is largely not new, and fundamentally fails to address the difficult questions on how to make aid more effective. Aid analyst Thulsi Narayanasamy unpacks the policy.
AidWatch’s Thulsi Narayanasamy speaks to Radio New Zealand about cuts to Australia’s aid programme and the lack of transparency since the aid programme has been integrated into the Foreign Affairs Department.
Thulsi Narayanasamy, Director of AidWatch, talks to radio RRR FM about Australia’s foreign aid policy and recently announced cuts to the foreign aid budget.
AidWatch talks to radio 2SER about a scathing report into the Asian Development Bank (ADB) that has found its $143 million project to repair Cambodia’s rail system has left hundreds of impoverished families worse off.