On 17 February the Foreign Policy White Paper taskforce hosted a roundtable for Brisbane-based leaders of academia, private enterprise and non-government organisations.
On 16 February, the White Paper Taskforce engaged regional representatives in Toowoomba.
Members of the taskforce met with a diverse range of development stakeholders for a roundtable discussion in Canberra on 14 February.
On 21 February, members of the White Paper Taskforce met representatives from South Australia’s business, university, NGO, and cultural sectors.
On 10 February, the Minister for Foreign Affairs chaired a roundtable in Sydney with leaders from business, academia, think tanks and civil society organisations.
On 10 February, business and industry leaders shared their views with the White Paper Taskforce on the future of Australia's international economic engagement.
Members of the Foreign Policy White Paper Taskforce were delighted to participate in a roundtable convened by the US Studies Centre on 8 February.
On 7 February, members of the White Paper Taskforce met with senior representatives of Australian non-government aid and international development organisations in Melbourne, Victoria.
On 7 February, members of the Foreign Policy White Paper Taskforce discussed the outlook for regional prosperity and security with China experts from business, academia and non-government organisations.
On 6 February, the White Paper Taskforce travelled to Melbourne to engage Australian business, university, NGO, sports and cultural sectors.