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INAUGURAL FAO-NEA REGIONAL WORKSHOP SEES 22 COUNTRIES WORKING TOWARDS SAFER FOOD IN THE REGION

12/09/2013 SingaporeTwenty-two member countries*  of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) from the Asia and Pacific Region, will gather from 12 to...
Newspoll probably wrong since Morrison became PM; polling has been less accurate at recent elections

Newspoll probably wrong since Morrison became PM; polling has been less accurate at recent...

Source: Adrian Beaumont, Honorary Associate, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Melbourne / The Conversation Since Scott Morrison became...

High tech forum on applied information technology

FAO Asia-Pacific head, Hiroyuki Konuma, addresses the opening session at the two-day 1st SRII Asia Summit 2013 that fosters innovation and research for a...
Blocking Huawei from Australia means slower and delayed 5G – and for what?

Blocking Huawei from Australia means slower and delayed 5G – and for what?

Source: Stanley Shanapinda, Research Fellow, La Trobe University / The Conversation The United States and Australia are deliberately restricting the...

Promoting Geographical Indicators for Asian foods

25/09/2013 Bangkok, ThailandThe FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, The Department of Intellectual Property of the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand and the...
Albanese gets clear run to leadership

Albanese gets clear run to leadership

Source: Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra / The Conversation Anthony Albanese will be Labor’s new leader, unopposed, with...
FAO Asia-Pacific Deputy opens Climate Change Adaptation Expo exhibit

FAO Asia-Pacific Deputy opens Climate Change Adaptation Expo exhibit

FAO's Deputy Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific, Vili A. Fuavao, receives climate change trophy from Vichet Kasemthongsri, Thailand's Minister of Natural Resources...
Australia has been silent on Indigenous suicide for too long, and it must change

Australia has been silent on Indigenous suicide for too long, and it must change

Source: Julia Hurst, Faculty of Arts Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow, Indigenous and Settler Relations Collaboration, University of Melbourne / The Conversation ...

FAO and ASEAN launched long-term collaboration to boost joint efforts on food and agriculture

27/09/2013 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia/Bangkok, ThailandFAO and the member governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) launched a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) yesterday under...
Gamers use machine learning to navigate complex video games – but it's not free

Gamers use machine learning to navigate complex video games – but it’s not free

Source: Ben Egliston, PhD candidate in Media and Communications, University of Sydney / The Conversation Some of the world’s most...

Slightly lower but favourable world cereal production

03/10/2013 Bangkok, ThailandSpeaking at his monthly media briefing Hiroyuki Konuma, FAO Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific announced the theme of...
If you think less immigration will solve Australia's problems, you're wrong; but neither will more

If you think less immigration will solve Australia’s problems, you’re wrong; but neither will...

Source: Cameron Allen, Researcher, UNSW / The Conversation Are we letting too many or too few migrants into Australia? For 2019-20...

Japanese Agricultural Heritage Sites: Global Asset

FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva meeting Yoshimasa Hayashi, Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Japan. FAO HQsFAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva met...
Frydenberg declares tax package must be passed 'in its entirety'

Frydenberg declares tax package must be passed ‘in its entirety’

Source: Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra / The Conversation The government’s tax relief package is shaping up as...
Why Boris Johnson would be a mistake to succeed Theresa May

Why Boris Johnson would be a mistake to succeed Theresa May

Source: Ben Wellings, Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Monash University / The Conversation Like Avengers: Endgame we all...

Director General congratulates India’s significant contribution to world food security

FAO Director-General, José Graziano da Silva, meeting with K. V. Thomas, Minister of State Independent Charge, India, FAO HeadquartersFAO Director General José Graziano da...
Let them play! Kids need freedom from play restrictions to develop

Let them play! Kids need freedom from play restrictions to develop

Source: Brendon Hyndman, Senior Lecturer and Course Director (Postgraduate Education courses), Charles Sturt University / The Conversation You may have...

Thai farmer wins World Food Day Award

Jarun Jaroensab received the World Food Day Asia-Pacific Model Farmer award from Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand.16/10/2013 Bangkok, ThailandSuccessful farmers are...
the tall buildings of Australia show why we need strong design guidelines

the tall buildings of Australia show why we need strong design guidelines

Source: Timothy Moore, PhD Candidate, Melbourne School of Design, Monash University / The Conversation Private enterprise has shaped the skylines...

On World Food Day, Asia-Pacific sees fewer hungry people but undernourishment still widespread

16/10/2013 Bangkok, ThailandThe Asia and Pacific Region has made good progress in achieving the Millennium Development Hunger Goal by 2015 and is moving towards eradicating...
six ingredients of successful public policy

six ingredients of successful public policy

Source: Joannah Luetjens, PhD Candidate, Utrecht University / The Conversation In the lead up to the recent federal election, there...

Bhutan farmer wins World Food Day Award

Sithar Dendup received World Food Day Asia-Pacific Model Farmer award from Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand16/10/2013 Bangkok, ThailandBhutan farmer, Sithar Dendup,...
Uber drivers' experience highlights the dead-end job prospects facing more Australian workers

Uber drivers’ experience highlights the dead-end job prospects facing more Australian workers

Source: Peter "PJ" Holtum, Postdoctoral research fellow, The University of Queensland / The Conversation Being an Uber driver doesn’t seem...

Tonga farmer wins World Food Day Award

Malia Sosefo Guttenbeil received World Food Day Asia-Pacific Model Farmer award from Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand.16/10/2013 Bangkok, ThailandMalia Guttenbeil was...

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