We deliver consultancy services in the 太平洋 and have a track record of securing competitive funding from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the Australian Centre for 国际 Agricultural 研究 (ACIAR) and multilateral organisations such as the World Bank and the United Nations.
Our expertise includes gender and equality, 包容性的教育, 人权, 气候变化, 公共政策, 能力建设, 安全与司法, research evaluation and more. A sample of our expertise is outlined below.
The Australia 研究 Council Discovery Project, Resilience and Vulnerability in Property Systems: Rising Sea Levels and Local Relocations in the Solomon Islands, demonstrates our research capability in 气候变化. The project provides a conceptual framework for analysing resilience and vulnerability in property systems, including sustainable farming practices in the Solomon Islands. This project contributes to the broader dialogue on the need for a legal framework and collective action to respond to 气候变化.
Funded by ACIAR, our researchers are undertaking a study on a transformational school food 教育 model that helps contribute to improving household food 教育 in 太平洋 communities. The project seeks to inform the design of a model that promotes community-engaged food 教育, and empowers 太平洋 communities to improve agricultural farming practices and their food environments.
Our research expertise in gender and equality extends across a broad range of disciplines, including family violence prevention, gender analysis and inclusion, insurgency, political violence, gender-sensitive design practices and theory, domestic violence on women’s entrepreneurship.
Young Women’s Leadership in Asia and the 太平洋, a DFAT-funded project, showcases our consultancy capability and commitment to gender and equality. Focusing on leadership skills and approaches for young women in Asia and the 太平洋, the project sought to understand how young women engage in leadership, and the challenges and opportunities they face in developing their leadership capabilities.
研究 and evaluation
新葡萄京官网是 DFAT面板 提供监控, evaluation and research services to support the Australian government’s aid program in Fiji and Tuvalu. The services enable us to draw upon strengths across diverse discipline areas including arts, development economics and sustainability, 教育, 医学, nursing and health sciences.