On this episode, Natalie Cope discusses how the Dialogue got started, what goes on at each years annual gathering either in Australia or China, how delegates stay in touch and why a youth based people-people exchange summit is required in for Australia China relations.
Emerging leaders from Australia and China are meeting and creating important new networks at the annual Australia-China Youth Dialogue.
Jade Little is currently employed by BHP Mitsubishi Alliance as a Superintendent for Mine Planning. She also worked in Beijing for RungePincockMinarco, an Australian mining consultancy, where she assisted Chinese SOEs list their global mining assets on the Hong Kong or Toronto Stock Exchanges. Most recently Jade has been appointed as Executive Director of the Australia China Youth Dialogue. In this interview, she shares her thoughts on the big opportunities for greater engagement between Australia and China.
ACYD and our very own Fiona Lawrie are front and centre in AFR Weekend: 'How youth dialogues are creating a pan-Asia cohort of young leaders'
In his keynote address to the Australia in China’s Century Conference the Hon Warwick Smith AM, Chair Australia-China Council said that Australia-China Youth Dialogue has become a premier event on the bilateral calendar. To read a transcript of the speech, click here.