Luke Arnold

Luke Arnold

Luke Arnold is Director of the Law and Justice Section at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. From 2012-15, he managed the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Justice on behalf of the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. This followed several years at the Australian Agency for International Development, where he worked in the Budget Branch and as Governance Manager on the Indonesia Desk.
Prior to joining the Australian Public Service, Luke worked as a consultant for the International Labour Organization and as a lawyer for MinterEllison. He holds a Master of Laws (Law, Development and Governance) from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.


From objects of care to controllers of lives: governance, development and disability inclusion

25th May 2016

Over the past decade or so, Australia’s efforts to support disability-inclusive development have begun to move from a charity approach to a rights-based approach. We now recognise that positive changes for people with disabilities are best brought about by – oddly enough – people with disabilities.

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