|2 December 2020||3 December 2020||4 December 2020|
|Powhiri/Welcome|| || |
|Keynote 1: Chris Roche, La Trobe University, Australia||Keynote 2: Ralph Regenvanu, Leader of the Opposition, Vanuatu||Keynote 3: Barbara Thomas, found of The Voice, Papua New Guinea|
|Morning tea||Morning tea||Morning tea|
| Concurrent sessions 1|| Concurrent sessions 4||Concurrent sessions 7|
|Plenary session: 3MAP (3-minute aid pitch)||Plenary session: Pacific voices||Plenary session: Debate – Pacific reset|
|Concurrent sessions 2|| Concurrent sessions 5|| Concurrent sessions 8|
|Afternoon tea||Afternoon tea||Afternoon tea|
| Concurrent sessions 3|| Concurrent sessions 6||Ways forward|
|Networking reception||Conference dinner|
Check back here during July for information about technical workshops planned for Tuesday, 1 December, plenary sessions and social events.
|Achieving Social Justice and Human Rights through Tourism- Fact, Fluid or Fiction?
||Labour mobility in lockdown
|Beyond business as usual: Recasting ‘development’ for regenerative economies?
||Localisation of development
|Climate Mobilities, Mobility Justice and Planned Relocation in the Asia-Pacific
|| Measuring progress against the SDGs across the Asia-Pacific Region
|Confessions of a Development Practitioner
||Resource extraction and land grabbing in the Pacific
|Decoloniality in Development Studies in Aotearoa: engaging race, gender, sexuality, indigeneity
||Responding to COVID-19 in the Pacific: Challenges and opportunities for doing development differently
|FinTech’s Development Futures
||SDGs: Just another set of goals?
|Geopolitics and international development cooperation in a time of coronavirus
||Talking aid: communicating for a better world
||The heart of Indigenous tourism
|Interrogating Partnership in the Changing Governance of Development between the Global North and South
||Tourism sector resilience and realities in times of crisis