DEVELOPING LEADERS OF TOMORROW, TODAY
We run a range of regular digital events including panel discussions, roundtables and masterclasses. Topics covered range from current events and issues, skill-building workshops, and networking and social events.
We're hoping to bring back in-person events in 2022 - keep an eye on our website and socials for the latest updates...
We provide a platform for emerging leaders to contribute fresh perspectives and insight into current
international events and foreign policy discussions. Please see below for information about our
different types of publications:
A blog on current events and policy issues around the world.
In-depth policy analysis and recommendations on specific issues.
We provide a range of career resources specialised for young Australians working or looking to work in international affairs.
If you are looking for work or things to get involved in, visit our Job, Internship & Opportunities Board which is updated weekly with the latest opportunities in Australia and overseas.
We also run a Careers Blog which is full of helpful hints and tips, advice and interviews.
Our non-resident Fellowship program aims at promoting and amplifying the voices of young Australians in providing analysis and commentary on international affairs and policy.
Over a period of six months, Fellows regularly write and contribute articles for our blog Insights, analysing current events, issues and the latest developments in their area of expertise. Fellowships are open to Australian citizens or permanent residents.
FUTURE LEADERS SERIES
One of our flagship initiatives, the Future Leaders Series is designed to engage Australia's future leaders in considering critical issues affecting Australia, the Indo -Pacific region and the international system and equip them with the knowledge, skills and networks to respond to these challenges and shape future policy decisions.
The Future Leaders Series comprises a series of modules, each focusing on a particular issue or challenge, which runs across four consecutive weeks. Past themes have included: Australia and the Pacific, the Australia-US alliance, climate change, cyber security, populism, and multilateralism.
Our national conference, Future 21, brings together current and future Australian policy leaders to think critically about the foreign policy, defence and strategic challenges and opportunities facing Australia and how we will navigate our future in the 21st century.
8th-9th September, 2022