International Development Policy Review

The Australian Government is creating a new International Development Policy.

Submissions are encouraged from ACFID’s members, and the broader development and foreign policy community.

This page provides the latest updates, resources and tools to help you make a submission.

Let’s put our development program back on the map and make it a guiding light for Australia’s engagement with the world.


Latest Updates from the ACFID Review Team

ACFID DRAFT SUBMISSION SHARED WITH MEMBERS

21 January 2020

ACFID has published its draft submission and has shared it with members. ACFID will also be consulting with a foreign policy external review group it has created to inform its submission.

ACFID ADVOCACY PLAN ON REVIEW

21 January 2020

ACFID has created a schedule of collective advocacy events over the coming months to brief policymakers and stakeholders on its submission. Contact [email protected] for more details.

SUBMISSION TOOLKIT PUBLISHED

20 December 2019

Developed by the ACFID Review Team, this Toolkit provides those developing a submission with guidance covering details of the review process, major issues being addressed, ACFID’s submission plan, and different ways you can be involved.

RESOURCES GUIDE PUBLISHED
19 December 2019

Your essential reading list for use in development of your submission. This includes foundational documents, commentary and analytical pieces, and key extracts.

 


 
Essential resources list to inform your submission and learn more about the ReviewA submission toolkit to guide the production of your submissionMedia coverage of the review, including stories and key media releases

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Header photo: A Tongan girl takes part in the afternoon Just Play soccer program run by facilitator Lupe Likiliki. Credit: Connor Ashleigh / Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade / Flickr CC by 2.0.