Peter Britton

Peter has worked at Australian Volunteers International (AVI) since 1984 and for most of that period has served in the organisation's Executive Team. He has played a key role in developing organisational policy and strategies for renewal, and has initiated new programs in many parts of the world. His Executive role encompasses AVI's international programs and activities in Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and the Middle East. Prior to his role with AVI, Peter spent extensive periods living and working in Indonesia. A fluent Indonesian speaker, he has written on Indonesian political analysis and in 1983 edited a social science journal in Jakarta. He has a Master of Arts (History) from Monash University. Peter currently sits on the Board of the Herb Feith Foundation at Monash University and the International Health Workforce Society of Australia.

Peter Britton has worked at Australian Volunteers International (AVI) since 1984 and for most of that period has served in the organisation’s Executive Team. He has played a key role in developing organisational policy and strategies for renewal, and has initiated new programs in many parts of the world. His Executive role encompasses AVI’s international programs and activities in Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and the Middle East.

Prior to his role with AVI, Peter spent extensive periods living and working in Indonesia. A fluent Indonesian speaker, he has written on Indonesian political analysis and in 1983 edited a social science journal in Jakarta. He has a Master of Arts (History) from  Monash University.

Peter currently sits on the Board of the Herb Feith Foundation at Monash University and the International Health Workforce Society of Australia.