Annabel Dulhunty is a Lecturer at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.
She is a development studies and social policy scholar whose research focuses on Australia’s aid and foreign policy, feminism and feminist issues, and climate adaptation and policy. Much of her work has focused on India and the South Asian region.
She also has an extensive history of managing large multimillion dollar aid programs with international teams in Africa, Latin America and Papua New Guinea. In addition, Dr Dulhunty has worked in Bangladesh and India on anti-trafficking projects, programs on gender equality and humanitarian protection. She brings this practical experience to her teaching as well as her expertise in designing and evaluating global development programs.
Dr Annabel Dulhunty has extensive experience writing and speaking about Australia’s aid and foreign policy, about feminism and feminist issues and about climate adaptation and climate policy.