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PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools

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The PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools initiative aims to strengthen relationships between Papua New Guinean (PNG) and Australian secondary schools. Delivered across two years, this initiative will deepen people-to-people links and build secondary education capabilities in STEM, English and student agency.


Find out about the 12 school partnerships and 24 participating Australian and PNG schools using the map below. 

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2016 AEF Autumn School


  • Dr Kathleen Turner, Strategic Partnerships Manager, Griffith Asia Institute
  • Mr Mohamad Abdalla, Professor of Islamic Studies at the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences, Griffith University
  • Dr Indigo Willing OAM, Adjunct Research Fellow, Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research
  • Mr Aaron Seeto, Curatorial Manager of Asian and Pacific Art at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) and previously Director of the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art in NSW
  • Mr Keith Shangare, Diversity Coordinator, AFL Queensland

Additional speakers will be announced over the coming weeks

School Partnerships

  • Aiyura National High School & St Paul's School
  • Anditale High School & Bacchus Marsh Grammar
  • Gumine Secondary School & Bundaberg State High School
  • Kerevat National High School & Benalla P-12 College
  • Mount Hagen Secondary School & Mountain Creek State High School
  • Passam National High School & Haileybury College
  • Port Moresby National High School & O'Loughlin Catholic College
  • St Gabriel’s Technical Secondary School & St Paul's College
  • St Mary’s Asitavi Secondary School & St Saviour's College
  • Sogeri National High School & Cherrybrook Technology High School
  • Vanimo Secondary School & Townsville State High School
  • Wawin National High School & Hurlstone Agricultural High School

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The PNGAus Partnership Secondary Schools initiative is managed by Tetra Tech International Development on behalf of the Australian Government, supported by Asia Education Foundation at Asialink, The University of Melbourne. Artwork Acknowledgement

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