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Intergenerational Wellbeing


CPD’s Intergenerational Wellbeing Program works on policy challenges central to fostering social mobility and tackling disadvantage over the long term, both in Australia and further abroad across the Asia-Pacific. How should wellbeing be measured? How do we understand concepts like fairness, growth and justice across generations? Can intergenerational equity be achieved in the Australian political context? What is the relationship between security, trade and migration in fostering wellbeing and regional order? These questions are fundamental to the program.

Experts


Andrew Burridge (Project Manager)

Expertise
Immigration; aid and international development; urban planning

Annabel Brown (Program Manager)

Expertise
Forced migration; aid and international development; governance; evaluation & performance assessment

Arja Keski-Nummi (Fellow)

Expertise
Immigration & citizenship; humanitarian resettlement; services to refugees and migrants

Jeni Whalan (Deputy Chair)

Expertise
Peacekeeping; the United Nations; policy evaluation; peace negotiations; global security governance

John Menadue AO (Fellow)

Expertise
Immigration; public service; private sector

Peter Hughes PSM (Fellow)

Expertise
Governance of migration; migration, refugee & asylum policies; citizenship, integration & multicultural policies

Peter Mares

Expertise
Migration; refugees; housing & urban development; public policy

Sam Mostyn (Board Member)

Expertise
Business & sustainable development; climate change; international development

Latest Articles


Cities and Settlement

communications - May 2018

CPD is proud to announce our Cities and Settlement Initiative, consisting of three pillars delivered over three years. The Cities and Settlement Initiative (CSI) aims to improve the economic participation...

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Sixth meeting | ASIA DIALOGUE ON FORCED MIGRATION | March 2018

communications - March 2018

Key documents for the sixth ADFM meeting: Full agenda and participant list Briefing papers Participant profiles Press Release The sixth meeting of the Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration (ADFM) took place...

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Council on Economic Participation for Refugees

communications - February 2018

Key documents: Full agenda Participant list First Council summary On 22 February 2018, CPD convened the first meeting of the Council on Economic Participation for Refugees (the Council), hosted by...

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How can Australia’s Democracy Deliver? | ROUNDTABLE | November 2017

communications - November 2017

Key documents for the roundtable: Full agenda Participant list Participant profiles Speakers: Dr Nikolas Kirby (Research Fellow and Departmental Lecturer in Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Oxford, and Director of...

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Can Democracy Deliver? | John Menadue Oration by Marty Natalegawa | November 2017

communications - November 2017

CPD’s Inaugural Annual John Menadue Oration – “Can Democracy Deliver?” Remarks by Dr. R.M. Marty M. Natalegawa[1] Melbourne, 2 November 2017 Listen to an audio recording of the full oration here. “Can democracy...

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Established in August 2015, the Asia Dialogue on Forced Migration (ADFM) is a ‘second track’ process pursuing more effective, durable and dignified approaches to forced migration in the Asia-Pacific.

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Ensuring that newly arrived refugees settle effectively into their new local communities across Australia offers a range of great benefits to our society and economy.

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Ensuring that more non-government stakeholders and civil society organisations engage the space where domestic and regional security, trade and human wellbeing are now inseparable.

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