The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) consists of branches located in seven states and territories coordinated by a National Office located at Stephen House in Deakin, Canberra. The National Office is managed by the National Executive Director, Dr Bryce Wakefield, with oversight by a National Executive composed of State and Territory Branch Presidents and national office holders.
The AIIA believes in maintaining a strong national and international presence. To ensure that it remains responsive to local audiences, AIIA branches retain autonomy and independence. Branches are independent legal bodies answerable only to their councils. Any work produced by any branch is solely its own responsibility.
AIIA National Office and Branches
|Company Secretary||Branch secretarial support|
|Support to Branches||Member activities|
|National events and policy influence||Support national initiatives|
|Publications and Research||Support research and publications|
|Development activities||Community education / outreach|
Originators of ideas / innovation
|International relationships||Supporting international relationships|
|National profile||Local profile and diplomatic protocol|
|Premises and property managementLibrary and conference room||Branch Premises (where applicable)Library (where applicable)|