Community Members

 
 
   Dina Afrianty    Dina's research focuses on gender and politics, international development, Islamic education and women's rights in Muslim countries.

Dina Afrianty

Dina's research focuses on gender and politics, international development, Islamic education and women's rights in Muslim countries.

   Livingston Armytage    Livingston specialises in justice reform and judicial education, and has worked across Asia and the Pacific for the past twenty years.

Livingston Armytage

Livingston specialises in justice reform and judicial education, and has worked across Asia and the Pacific for the past twenty years.

  Caron Beaton-Wells   Caron's recent research projects focus on cartel criminalisation and the interface between competition and consumer law.

Caron Beaton-Wells

Caron's recent research projects focus on cartel criminalisation and the interface between competition and consumer law.

  Roger Bednall

Roger Bednall

   Heidi Bootle    Heidi is a career diplomat and has held numerous positions with the DFAT, both in Canberra and overseas.

Heidi Bootle

Heidi is a career diplomat and has held numerous positions with the DFAT, both in Canberra and overseas.

  Anne Brown   Ann's research focuses on political community across division. peace-building and state formation in hybrid states.

Anne Brown

Ann's research focuses on political community across division. peace-building and state formation in hybrid states.

  Rachel Burgess   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.

Rachel Burgess

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.

   Sinclair Dinnen    Sinclair has over twenty years' experience across issues of law and justice reform, conflict and conflict resolution, security governance and political development in the SW Pacific.

Sinclair Dinnen

Sinclair has over twenty years' experience across issues of law and justice reform, conflict and conflict resolution, security governance and political development in the SW Pacific.

  Craig Ewers   Craig has led justice programs in Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Solomon Islands and Cambodia.

Craig Ewers

Craig has led justice programs in Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Solomon Islands and Cambodia.

   Miranda Forsyth    Miranda's research focuses on investigating the possibilities and challenges of the inter-operation of state and non-state justice and regulatory systems.

Miranda Forsyth

Miranda's research focuses on investigating the possibilities and challenges of the inter-operation of state and non-state justice and regulatory systems.

  Kristian Futol   Kristian provides anti-corruption policy and program advice to a range of government departments, including DFAT.

Kristian Futol

Kristian provides anti-corruption policy and program advice to a range of government departments, including DFAT.

   Alison Gow    Alison works in the Fiji Section in DFAT. She is currently on a posting with the Law and Justice Development Team in Port Moresby.

Alison Gow

Alison works in the Fiji Section in DFAT. She is currently on a posting with the Law and Justice Development Team in Port Moresby.

   Adam Graycar    Adam has had long experience in both academia and in government, and is currently a Professor in the School of Social and Policy Studies at Flinders University.

Adam Graycar

Adam has had long experience in both academia and in government, and is currently a Professor in the School of Social and Policy Studies at Flinders University.

   Kath Hall    Kath is an internationally recognised expert in Transnational Anti-Corruption and Foreign Bribery Regulation, and Corporate Law.

Kath Hall

Kath is an internationally recognised expert in Transnational Anti-Corruption and Foreign Bribery Regulation, and Corporate Law.

  Sandra Hamid   Sandra is a cultural anthropologist and development specialist, with an interest in political participation and civil society.

Sandra Hamid

Sandra is a cultural anthropologist and development specialist, with an interest in political participation and civil society.

  Raphael Haycraft   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.

Raphael Haycraft

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 Hender   Bethany is a Humanitarian and Human Rights Advisor to the Australian Council for International Development.

Bethany Hender

Bethany is a Humanitarian and Human Rights Advisor to the Australian Council for International Development.

  Angela Hopkins   Angela has experience working in foreign policy and international law, and is currently a member of the Law and Justice team at DFAT.

Angela Hopkins

Angela has experience working in foreign policy and international law, and is currently a member of the Law and Justice team at DFAT.

  Daniel Hyslop   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.

Daniel Hyslop

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 Isser   Deborah is Lead Governance Advisor in Africa and Global Lead for Justice Reform in the Governance Practice at the World Bank.

Deborah Isser

Deborah is Lead Governance Advisor in Africa and Global Lead for Justice Reform in the Governance Practice at the World Bank.

   Clarke Jones    Clarke has over fifteen years' experience in national security. His research covers violent prison radicalisation and community-led intervention.

Clarke Jones

Clarke has over fifteen years' experience in national security. His research covers violent prison radicalisation and community-led intervention.

   Anagha Joshi    Anagha works as an independent consultant delivering projects to strengthen legal and policy responses to transnational crime and terrorism.

Anagha Joshi

Anagha works as an independent consultant delivering projects to strengthen legal and policy responses to transnational crime and terrorism.

  Mohamad Doddy Kusadrianto  Doddy is Director of Law Programs at The Asia Foundation, and has extensive experience managing legal reform programs in Indonesia.

Mohamad Doddy Kusadrianto
Doddy is Director of Law Programs at The Asia Foundation, and has extensive experience managing legal reform programs in Indonesia.

  Debra Ladner   Debra is a lawyer and international development professional, with extensive experience designing, managing and evaluating program in Asia.

Debra Ladner

Debra is a lawyer and international development professional, with extensive experience designing, managing and evaluating program in Asia.

  Leisha Lister

Leisha Lister

Leisha’s work is focussed on access to justice for women, children and people with a disability in the Asia Pacific region. She has spent the last 20 years working in courts administration.

   Adam Masters    Adam is a postdoctoral fellow at the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption, where he convenes and teaches undergraduate courses on corruption and organised crime.

Adam Masters

Adam is a postdoctoral fellow at the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption, where he convenes and teaches undergraduate courses on corruption and organised crime.

  Michael McKenzie   Michael has worked on a variety of law and justice assistance programs for the Australian Government, and is currently the Counsellor (Legal) at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.

Michael McKenzie

Michael has worked on a variety of law and justice assistance programs for the Australian Government, and is currently the Counsellor (Legal) at the Australian Embassy in Jakarta.

   Tanya McQueen    Tanya is the Cardno Program Director for the Australia Asia Program to Combat Trafficking in Persons. She has ten years' experience working on law and justice issues.

Tanya McQueen

Tanya is the Cardno Program Director for the Australia Asia Program to Combat Trafficking in Persons. She has ten years' experience working on law and justice issues.

   Fiona Meehan    Fiona is a Research Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy. Her research interests are corruption and the governance of natural resources in the Asia-Pacific region.

Fiona Meehan

Fiona is a Research Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy. Her research interests are corruption and the governance of natural resources in the Asia-Pacific region.

  Rebecca Mills   Rebecca works in the People Smuggling and Human Trafficking team at the Attorney-Generals Department.

Rebecca Mills

Rebecca works in the People Smuggling and Human Trafficking team at the Attorney-Generals Department.

  Ben Milton   Ben is the Director of the PNG Political and Torres Strait Section, DFAT. He has experience working in DFAT's legal division on international and domestic law issues.

Ben Milton

Ben is the Director of the PNG Political and Torres Strait Section, DFAT. He has experience working in DFAT's legal division on international and domestic law issues.

  Rebecca Monson   Rebecca's research explores themes of regulator pluralism, conflict and socioeconomic inequality, particularly in the SW Pacific.

Rebecca Monson

Rebecca's research explores themes of regulator pluralism, conflict and socioeconomic inequality, particularly in the SW Pacific.

   Karen Moore    Karen is Assistant Secretary, Internal Legal Assistance, Attorney-General's Department. She oversees ADG's Asia Pacific international development work.

Karen Moore

Karen is Assistant Secretary, Internal Legal Assistance, Attorney-General's Department. She oversees ADG's Asia Pacific international development work.

  Geoff Moyle   Geoff is a development professional with over twenty years' experience working for public and private organisations in Australia, Asia and the Pacific.

Geoff Moyle

Geoff is a development professional with over twenty years' experience working for public and private organisations in Australia, Asia and the Pacific.

  Dominique Ogilvie   Dominique is Senior Program Manager of the Competition Law Implementation Program, which is a multi-year, demand-driven capacity building program.

Dominique Ogilvie

Dominique is Senior Program Manager of the Competition Law Implementation Program, which is a multi-year, demand-driven capacity building program.

   Tracey Pearce    Tracey works in International Legal Assistance in the Attorney-General's Department. Her work focuses on delivering and supporting AGD’s Indo-Pacific international development work.

Tracey Pearce

Tracey works in International Legal Assistance in the Attorney-General's Department. Her work focuses on delivering and supporting AGD’s Indo-Pacific international development work.

  Robin Perry   Robin has over thirteen years' experience working in the justice sector, with a focus on managing aid-funded access to justice programs.

Robin Perry

Robin has over thirteen years' experience working in the justice sector, with a focus on managing aid-funded access to justice programs.

   Doug Porter    Doug has designed and managed multilateral bank engagement in fiscal decentralisation, access to justice and governance reforms.

Doug Porter

Doug has designed and managed multilateral bank engagement in fiscal decentralisation, access to justice and governance reforms.

  Dave Quayle   Dave leads the Strategy, Development and Training function within the Australian Federal Police's Operations portfolio.

Dave Quayle

Dave leads the Strategy, Development and Training function within the Australian Federal Police's Operations portfolio.

   Jillian Rees    Jillian is Assistant Director in the PNG Political and Torres Strait Section, DFAT. Her work focuses on law and justice, anti-corruption and human rights.

Jillian Rees

Jillian is Assistant Director in the PNG Political and Torres Strait Section, DFAT. Her work focuses on law and justice, anti-corruption and human rights.

  John Rennie   John is the Team Leader of DFAT's Community Policing Initiative in Cambodia program, working to support the Cambodia National Police to implement community policing.

John Rennie

John is the Team Leader of DFAT's Community Policing Initiative in Cambodia program, working to support the Cambodia National Police to implement community policing.

  Andrew Rowe   Andrew is CEO of Sustineo P/L, a Canberra-based social research firm. He has also worked in national and law enforcement intelligence roles.

Andrew Rowe

Andrew is CEO of Sustineo P/L, a Canberra-based social research firm. He has also worked in national and law enforcement intelligence roles.

  Daniel Rowland   Daniel is an Honorary Associate, Law and Development Adviser at Sydney Law School.From 2000-2010, he was Law and Justice Adviser at AusAID.

Daniel Rowland

Daniel is an Honorary Associate, Law and Development Adviser at Sydney Law School.From 2000-2010, he was Law and Justice Adviser at AusAID.

  Caroline Sage   Caroline is a Senior Social Development Specialist at the World Bank, where she has helped establish the Global Justice for the Poor program.

Caroline Sage

Caroline is a Senior Social Development Specialist at the World Bank, where she has helped establish the Global Justice for the Poor program.

   Caroline Scott    Caroline is Director, Pacific Strategy - Aid Advice, DFAT. This role considers strategic aid program responses to the step-up in Australia’s engagement with the Pacific.

Caroline Scott

Caroline is Director, Pacific Strategy - Aid Advice, DFAT. This role considers strategic aid program responses to the step-up in Australia’s engagement with the Pacific.

  Nick Sellars   Nick has more than fifteen years' experience in Australian Government integrity agencies. In his current role he provides strategic policy advice to the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner.

Nick Sellars

Nick has more than fifteen years' experience in Australian Government integrity agencies. In his current role he provides strategic policy advice to the Law Enforcement Integrity Commissioner.

  Warwick Soden   Warwick is presently CEO of the Federal Court of Australia. He is an internationally recognised expert in judicial administration and court administration.

Warwick Soden

Warwick is presently CEO of the Federal Court of Australia. He is an internationally recognised expert in judicial administration and court administration.

  Leo Sudaryono   Leo has previously worked for the Asia Foundation, where his worked focused on policy reform, community-orientated policing and prison reform.

Leo Sudaryono

Leo has previously worked for the Asia Foundation, where his worked focused on policy reform, community-orientated policing and prison reform.

  Greg Thompson   Greg is a Board member of Transparency International Australia. Prior to retiring he was CEO of AngliCORD and World Vision.

Greg Thompson

Greg is a Board member of Transparency International Australia. Prior to retiring he was CEO of AngliCORD and World Vision.

  Peter Thompson   Peter is the Senior Policy Lawyer in the International Division of the Law Council of Australia, and the Administrator of the South Pacific Lawyers' Association.

Peter Thompson

Peter is the Senior Policy Lawyer in the International Division of the Law Council of Australia, and the Administrator of the South Pacific Lawyers' Association.

  Pip Venning   Pip is Director of DFAT's Indonesia Strategy and Performance Section. Before this she spent three years in Solomon Islands working on family violence prevention.

Pip Venning

Pip is Director of DFAT's Indonesia Strategy and Performance Section. Before this she spent three years in Solomon Islands working on family violence prevention.

   Grant Walton    Grant researches issues related to corruption, governance, organised crime, international development and the environment, particularly in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific.

Grant Walton

Grant researches issues related to corruption, governance, organised crime, international development and the environment, particularly in Papua New Guinea and the Pacific.

  Kate Webb   Kate is a member of the Law and Justice team, DFAT. Prior to this she worked on issues such as countering violent extremism with the Attorney-General's Department

Kate Webb

Kate is a member of the Law and Justice team, DFAT. Prior to this she worked on issues such as countering violent extremism with the Attorney-General's Department

  Susie Williamson-de-Vries   Susie is a Principal Legal Officer in the International Engagement and Capacity Building team, in the Attorney--General's Department.

Susie Williamson-de-Vries

Susie is a Principal Legal Officer in the International Engagement and Capacity Building team, in the Attorney--General's Department.

   Bu Wilson    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.

Bu Wilson

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.

   Michael Wilson    Michael is Assistant Secretary, Governance and Fragility Branch, DFAT. He has previously managed a number of AusAID branches.

Michael Wilson

Michael is Assistant Secretary, Governance and Fragility Branch, DFAT. He has previously managed a number of AusAID branches.