OPB Politics Now is a weekly podcast that takes a deep dive into the hottest political topics in Oregon and the Northwest. Every Friday, OPB’s political reporters and special guests offer in-depth analysis, discussion and insight into candidates, events and issues.
Manage episode 283672292 series 2328614
Good Will Hunters द्वारा - Player FM और हमारे समुदाय द्वारा खोजे गए - कॉपीराइट प्रकाशक द्वारा स्वामित्व में है, Player FM द्वारा नहीं, और ऑडियो सीधे उनके सर्वर से स्ट्रीम किया जाता है। Player FM में अपडेट ट्रैक करने के लिए ‘सदस्यता लें’ बटन दबाएं, या फीड यूआरएल को अन्य डिजिटल ऑडियो फ़ाइल ऐप्स में पेस्ट करें।
In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs? Welcome to Episode 04 of Good Will Hunters’ Summer Series, brought to you by Good Will Media. Today, in the fourth of this six-part series, our host Bridi Rice chats to Melissa Conley Tyler about how researchers and civil society influence foreign policy – and what barriers they face. Melissa is Research Fellow in the Asia Institute of The University of Melbourne, transferring from her role as Director of Diplomacy at Asialink. She came to the University after serving as National Executive Director of the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) for 13 years. In today’s episode, Melissa makes the case for why think tanks and other civil society organisations are critical in bridging the gap between research and policy in international affairs. Enjoy the episode, The GWH Team Instagram: @_goodwillmedia Twitter: @GoodWillMedia LinkedIn: /goodwillmedia Facebook: /goodwillmediacomms Website: goodwillmedia.com.au Twitter: @ACFID LinkedIn: /acfid Facebook: /acfid Website: acfid.asn.au