The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) is a non-profit think tank based in Australia. Established in 1924 and formed as a national body in 1933, the organisation endeavours to promote interest in and understanding of international affairs. It consists of seven independent branches in each State and Territory (excluding the Northern Territory), along with the National Office located at Deakin, Canberra. It has approximately 1600 members.
It undertakes to achieve its mission of promoting interest in and understanding of international affairs by promoting debate, disseminating ideas, educating on issues and collaborating with other individuals and organisations.
Notable publications include the Australian Journal of International Affairs, Australia in World Affairs, the Australian Outlook book series and occasional papers.
The AIIA also collaborates with like organisations in other countries, as well as with private and public sector organisations and departments within Australia and abroad.
Read more about Australian Institute Of International Affairs: Mission, Organisation: AIIA National Office and Branches, Events, Publications, Community and Youth Engagement, AIIA Fellows Program, The Casey Library, Further Reading
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