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ABC International

ABC International is a division of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for the broadcaster's international outlets Radio Australia and the Australia Network.

The division also includes ABC International Projects, which works with media organisations in Asia and the Pacific to offer training, assistance, and specialist advice.[1] These projects are usually supported by agencies such as AusAID, the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union, and UNESCO, amongst others.[1]

An international relations department works with other public broadcasters to raise the profile of public broadcasting, and support others in the region.[2]

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