• International Women’s Day – We are More Powerful Together

    International Women’s Day – We are More Powerful Together0

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    Communications and Parliamentary Branch at the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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    08.14.19The Good Practice Review in Urban Humanitarian Response06.20.19Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Myanmar05.08.19Last M Series Passport retires on May 1104.08.19Foreign investment in Australia delivers many benefits03.29.19Providing sustainable and inclusive WASH solutions in Timor-Leste

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    About DFAT, People-to-people, Travel, Women

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    development, Women

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  • Five reasons why the CPTPP is a good deal for Australia

    Five reasons why the CPTPP is a good deal for Australia0

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    Communications and Parliamentary Branch at the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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    08.14.19The Good Practice Review in Urban Humanitarian Response06.20.19Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Myanmar05.08.19Last M Series Passport retires on May 1104.08.19Foreign investment in Australia delivers many benefits03.29.19Providing sustainable and inclusive WASH solutions in Timor-Leste

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    International relations, Trade and investment

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    Asia, business, Resources, Trade

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  • Championing Child Rights in Myanmar

    Championing Child Rights in Myanmar0

    10 Dec 2018 — DFAT

    Championing Child Rights in Myanmar

    By Catherine Middleton, Programs & Compliance Officer at International Needs Australia

    In the beautiful but remote mountain villages of Myanmar’s Kayin State, decades of conflict left communities isolated and under-resourced. Despite ongoing human rights challenges across Myanmar, these villagers have slowly become more secure, and are eager to improve their circumstances and promote equality between them.

    In my work with International Needs Australia (INA), I am privileged to work in partnership with Karen Women’s Empowerment Group (KWEG), working with seven villages in northern Kayin State on child rights and child protection. This project is possible through the support of the Australian Government. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) enables INA to combine donations from the Australian public with Australian aid funding at a 1:5 ratio to extend our projects ..

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  • Early learning helps break the cycle of poverty

    Early learning helps break the cycle of poverty0

    About DFAT
    Communications and Parliamentary Branch at the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

    Latest Posts By DFAT
    08.14.19The Good Practice Review in Urban Humanitarian Response06.20.19Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Myanmar05.08.19Last M Series Passport retires on May 1104.08.19Foreign investment in Australia delivers many benefits03.29.19Providing sustainable and inclusive WASH solutions in Timor-Leste

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    Aid, Human Rights, International relations, People-to-people

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    Asia, development, Education, Indonesia

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  • The value of APEC to Australia

    The value of APEC to Australia0

    About DFAT
    Communications and Parliamentary Branch at the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

    Latest Posts By DFAT
    08.14.19The Good Practice Review in Urban Humanitarian Response06.20.19Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Myanmar05.08.19Last M Series Passport retires on May 1104.08.19Foreign investment in Australia delivers many benefits03.29.19Providing sustainable and inclusive WASH solutions in Timor-Leste

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    Trade and investment

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    APEC, Papua New Guinea, Trade

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  • Harnessing innovation through Team Australia

    Harnessing innovation through Team Australia0

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