OCIS is proudly supported by the following sponsors
 
 
School of Political Science and International Studies
 
The Graduate Centre on Governance and International Affairs
 
The School of Political Science and International Studies is proud to host the Oceanic Conference in International Studies at the University of Queensland. As a new hub of graduate education within the School, the Graduate Centre aims to produce well-equipped, high-quality graduates and future leaders ready to take their places as the next generation of policy makers, practitioners and academics. Postgraduate programs are offered in International RelationsPeace and Conflict Studies, and Governance and Public Policy. It also provides multiple pathways into the PhD program for high-performing students. 
 
ANU
NATIONAL SECURITY COLLEGE
 
 
The ANU National Security College is Australia’s leading provider of national security teaching, research and outreach. A joint initiative of the Commonwealth Government and ANU, we are building strategic understanding and critical thinking about national security and shaping a new generation of leading security practitioners for Australia, our region and the world. 
 
 
Cambridge University Press has an established collection of authoritative and stimulating politics textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate students from world-class authors. 
Our textbooks are written by experts in their field, delivering high quality teaching materials and learning solutions that inspire students to achieve. 
Our textbooks are available in print, or on a variety of eBook platforms including Kortext, VitalSource, Chegg, and Blackwell Digital, enabling students to access content in their preferred format.
 
 
Routledge is a global publisher of academic books, journals and online resources in the humanities and social sciences. We publish thousands of books and journals each year, serving scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide. Routledge is a member of Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business.
 
 
The Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect is dedicated to advancing the Responsibility to Protect principle through research and policy dialogue. Since 2008 it  has helped achieve significant progress in developing the region’s normative consensus on R2P and in building partnerships and communities of practice across the region.
 
 
The AIIA is an independent, non-profit organisation which seeks to promote public understanding of and interest in international affairs in Australia. It provides a platform for discussion and research on topical international issues. In 2015 and 2016, it was recognised as the top think tank in Southeast Asia and the Pacific in the Global Go To Think Tanks Index.
 
 
 
At UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, we bring new perspectives to traditions of scholarship in the humanities and social sciences. We enrich public debate. We play our part in Australia’s creative and performing arts. We are not afraid to get our hands dirty as we confront the challenges of today’s world.