Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA)
Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA)

Founding Year: 1924

Staff: 85

Budget: $720k (2019)

Bryce Wakefield (National Executive Director)

An independent, non-profit organization striving to “promote interest in and understanding of international affairs in Australia.” Particularly, it “provides a forum for discussion and debate, but does not seek to formulate its own institutional views.” It arranges close to “200 lectures, seminars, workshops, conferences and other discussions each year, and sponsors research and publications.”

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Budget: $720k (2019)

Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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