Anna Kirk

Anna Kirk
Biography
Publications

Anna Kirk was a Research Fellow in the Pacific Program at the Lowy Institute, where her work focused on Australia’s relations with Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands. Anna holds a Bachelor of International Studies from the University of Queensland, with majors in Peace and Conflict Studies and Spanish. Anna grew up in Port Vila, Vanuatu. During her undergraduate degree she spent a semester studying Spanish language at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. In 2013, Anna spent six months teaching English in Santiago, Chile.

Reports
2017 Australia–Papua New Guinea Emerging Leaders Dialogue Outcomes Report
The Lowy Institute hosted the fifth annual Australia–Papua New Guinea Emerging Leaders Dialogue from 12 to 15 December 2017 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Anna Kirk
Cleaning up the Manus damage
Cleaning up the Manus damage
PNG is Australia’s nearest neighbour, former colony and one of Australia’s most important bilateral partners.
Tanna: Bare feet on the Oscars red carpet
Tanna: Bare feet on the Oscars red carpet
Tanna takes us inside an ancient yet contemporary world that very few people will ever experience.
No. 1 Neighbour: How culture binds Australia & PNG
In Iate 2017 the fourth annual Australia-PNG Emerging Leaders Dialogue took place at the Queensland Art Gallery.
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