Mei Ling Young awarded the 2016 Deirdre and Paul Malone Prize for Politics and International Relations

Congratulations to Mei Ling Young who has been awarded the Deirdre and Paul Malone Prize in International Relations for her thesis - Preconceptions and Contraceptions: The Population Establishment and US Population Policy Towards the Developing World from Eisenhower to Reagan.

The Deirdre and Paul Malone Prize in International Relations was established by Dr David Malone in honour of his parents, and is awarded annually by the International Relations Graduate Studies Committee. Eligibility is limited to MPhil candidates who intend to continue to the doctorate in International Relations, and the prize recognises outstanding achievement in the MPhil, including the MPhil thesis, and the quality of the doctoral proposal.