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For the first time, Australia and Timor-Leste have agreed upon a permanent maritime boundary.
This Office of Development Effectiveness evaluation examined the effectiveness, inclusiveness and efficiency of Australian electoral assistance to major national elections in eight countries between 2006 and 2016: Afghanistan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Fiji and Tonga.
The purpose of this review is to draw pertinent lessons from NZAID’s programme of assistance to Timor Leste for the period 2001-07, which will inform development of a new country strategy.
The Provedoria for Human Rights and Justice (PDHJ) is the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) for Timor-Leste. The PDHJ is an Independent NHRI, which has a mandate to cover human rights, good governance and maladministration. It is empowered to review complaints, conduct investigations and...
The Business Opportunities and Support Services (BOSS) is a 5-year Private Sector Development project that was initially funded by Irish Aid only and planned for 4 years. Since early June 2013, the New Zealand Aid Programme (NZAid) started to additionally support the project which...
The long and complicated history between Timor-Leste and Australia over the Timor Sea offers two salient lessons for contemporary maritime order in Asia.
Timor-Leste is the fourth-youngest country in the world, having achieved formal independence on 20 May 2002. The transition to independence was not smooth, as Indonesia claimed the territory for itself while suppressing the independence movement after colonial power Portugal withdrew in 1975....
This Discussion Paper anticipates the potential impacts and impoverishment risks of the Suai Supply Base Project in Timor-Leste, paying particular attention to the project’s likely gendered impacts and the evolving tensions between the state’s powers to expropriate land and customary land access....