Heidi is a career diplomat and has held numerous positions with the DFAT, both in Canberra and overseas.
Ann's research focuses on political community across division. peace-building and state formation in hybrid states.
Rachel currently works as a lecturer, consultant and researcher. Her key areas of interest are ASEAN competition laws and the applications of competition law and policy to SMEs, particularly in developing countries.
Kath is an internationally recognised expert in Transnational Anti-Corruption and Foreign Bribery Regulation, and Corporate Law.
Sandra is a cultural anthropologist and development specialist, with an interest in political participation and civil society.
Raphael is a member of the Aid Policy Section at the Attorney-General's Department. Raphael’s work focuses on supporting the delivery of AGD’s Indo-Pacific law and justice focused international development work.
Bethany is a Humanitarian and Human Rights Advisor to the Australian Council for International Development.
Angela has experience working in foreign policy and international law, and is currently a member of the Law and Justice team at DFAT.
Daniel is the Reearch Director at the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). He has led various research projects on drivers and trends in peace and conflict.
Deborah is Lead Governance Advisor in Africa and Global Lead for Justice Reform in the Governance Practice at the World Bank.
Bu is a Principal Consultant with Hau Meni & Associates. She is a Monitoring and Evaluation, and Program Design practitioner focused on Law & Justice, Policing, and Ending Violence Against Women programming.
Nicola is The Asia Foundation’s director of Governance effective October 2018. With 20 years of experience in international development and academia, Nixon leads the Foundation’s governance programs across the 18 countries and three sub-regions of Asia in which it works.