Philippa Louey

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Philippa Louey

Pip Louey has recently commenced a PhD at the ANU in the Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA). Her research explores the mobilisation of the blue economy in the Pacific Islands, with a particular interest in the way that this emerging ocean agenda is being translated into material development outcomes for people and community.

In 2020, Pip undertook a research internship at the Pacific Network on Globalization (PANG) where she contributed to the Drawing the Blue Line campaign. She continues to work as the Engagement Officer for the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council.

Before commencing at DPA, Pip was awarded a Summer Undergraduate Research Scholarship at UNSW Canberra (2020) in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences. She also served as the Project Officer for the UNSW Student Wellbeing Community of Practice (CoP) where she supported research on the impact of COVID-19 and related university response measures on student wellbeing.

In 2019, Pip was a recipient of the Australian Foreign Affairs Next Voices Award.

Pip Louey has recently commenced a PhD at the ANU in the Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA). Her research explores the mobilisation of the blue economy in the Pacific Islands, with a particular interest in the way that this emerging ocean agenda is being translated into material development outcomes for people and community.

In 2020, Pip undertook a research internship at the Pacific Network on Globalization (PANG) where she contributed to the Drawing the Blue Line campaign. She continues to work as the Engagement Officer for the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council.

Before commencing at DPA, Pip was awarded a Summer Undergraduate Research Scholarship at UNSW Canberra (2020) in the School of Humanities & Social Sciences. She also served as the Project Officer for the UNSW Student Wellbeing Community of Practice (CoP) where she supported research on the impact of COVID-19 and related university response measures on student wellbeing.

In 2019, Pip was a recipient of the Australian Foreign Affairs Next Voices Award.

L/R: Rachel England (moderator), with event speakers Pip Louey and Amelia Faotusia (c) Australia Awards Women's Leadership Initiative

The Blue Economy in the Pacific: Promise or Potential?

To mark World Ocean’s Day 2021, DPA co-hosted an event with the Australia Awards Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI), titled ‘The Blue Economy in the Pacific: Promise or Potential?’.

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