Despite challenges and areas for improvement, the New Colombo Plan is a stellar example of reversal mobility, re-balancing regional and global student mobility, through which students from a developed country in the Global North like Australia enrich their learning and experiences through living and studying in the Indo-Pacific.

Read more at Australian Research Council

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Professor Ly Tran has received a Melbourne Asia Game Changer Award 2021 for making a positive difference to Australia’s relationship with Asia.

November 18, 2021 — Asia Society’s Global Asia Game Changer Awards comes to Australia, celebrating those making a positive difference to Australia’s relationship with Asia. MasterChef Australia’s Melissa Leong shares the stories of our three inaugural Game Changers: Daizy Maan, Founder of Australian Digital Job Accelerator & Australian South Asian Centre, Ly Tran, Professor, School of Education, Deakin University and Australian Research Council Future Fellow, and Leah Jing McIntosh, Editor of Liminal Magazine.

Watch the launch

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Wed, 25 August 2021— The national symposium captures a range of perspectives and features panels with speakers who are students engaged in physical and virtual learning abroad in the Indo-Pacific, academics as mobility program leaders, mobility practitioners, Indo-Pacific hosts, third party providers, researchers and representatives from government and professional organisations.

The full content of the symposium can be accessed here.