Myanmar Humanitarian Crisis
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To be a referee on human rights, we have to follow the rules

17 Oct, 2017

Australia must lead by example on human rights and not let pragmatism compromise a principled approach in its handling of human...

Statement on Australia’s Response to Humanitarian Crisis in Myanmar

19 Sep, 2017

The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) has today welcomed Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop’s comments on the...

Fears Charities Could Be Stopped From Receiving International Philanthropy

03 Sep, 2017

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What it’s like when a death sentence is lifted

ACFID and Australian Red Cross

Khaled Naanaa is an emergency nurse who was in the besieged Syrian town of Madaya. He’s now establishing a new life with his...

Australia's foreign aid program faces fresh scrutiny in wake of transparency audit

ABC News

Researchers at the Australian National University's Development Policy Centre found publicly available information on aid...

Julie Bishop presses Myanmar leader for 'credible' Rohingya investigation

Sydney Morning Herald

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has told Myanmar's de-facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi Australia is "deeply concerned" about...

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