Generation Asia Research Reports
With over 60 per cent of the world’s youth living in the Asia Pacific, fostering connectivity between young Australians and their peers across Asia, and cultivating Asia capabilities in our next-gen leaders, is crucial to ensuring Australia’s future success in the region.
Asia Society Australia and the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA) present a new research collaboration, mapping the challenges facing Asia-engaged young Australians in the pandemic era and exploring youth-focused solutions for a successful Asia-adjacent future.
Supported by the Victorian Government, Asia Society Australia and IEAA will deliver three reports, 'Keeping Connected', 'Asia Literacy and Employability', and 'Championing our Talent'. The project is a major component of Asia Society Australia’s Generation Asia pillar of work.
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Call for Contributions
Submissions, case studies and comments on this project are welcome and encouraged. Contact email@example.com for further enquiries.
This project is co-led by Eloise Dolan, Program Manager and Generation Asia Lead, Asia Society Australia, and Dr Kirrilee Hughes, Research Manager, International Education Association of Australia.
This project is overseen by an esteemed steering group chaired by Professor Ren Yi, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), University of Southern Queensland and IEAA Board Member, and comprising:
- Rebecca Hall, Commissioner for Victoria to South East Asia
- Professor Ly Tran, Melbourne Asia Game Changer Awardee and School of Education, Deakin University
- Dr Davina Potts, Director Future Students, The University of Melbourne
- Jon Chew, Head of Strategic Insights and Analytics, Navitas
- Rebecca Cozens, PhD Candidate, Griffith University and representing IEAA Young Professionals