Annmaree O’Keeffe

Annmaree O’Keeffe has worked in government and international aid organisations since 1980 in a number of developing countries, including Papua New Guinea, where she headed the Australian Government’s aid program, and Nepal, where she was Australia’s ambassador.

She was Australia’s first ambassador for HIV/AIDS. More recently, she has been working with the Inuit Circumpolar Council.


Food security in the Arctic

EssayIN 1847, FOUR years after being stood down as lieutenant governor of Tasmania, Sir John Franklin died at the other end of the earth trying to find the Arctic's fabled North-West Passage. He and his crew were too proud...

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