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The Bali Process is co-chaired by the Foreign Affairs Ministers of Australia and Indonesia.
Ministerial Conferences are held every two years to bring together ministerial representation across Bali Process Member States, to review progress and to confirm priorities and future focus areas.
Following a Ministerial Conference, the Co-Chairs release a Co-Chairs Statement and supporting documentation such as an updated Declaration and Strategy for Cooperation, to set out agreed priorities and objectives.
Meetings and Working Groups
The Bali Process brings together 45 Member States and 4 Member Organisations – the International Organization for Migration, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime and the International Labor Organization – as well as 18 Observer States and nine Observer Organisations. Our Member States cover a wide geography across the Asia Pacific and reaching across to Europe and North America.
Coordination of The Bali Process
The Bali Process is co-chaired by the Foreign Affairs Ministers of Australia and Indonesia. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia is responsible for the coordination of Bali Process Official Meetings and Working Groups.
The Regional Support Office
The Regional Support Office of the Bali Process (the RSO) provides a unique function and resource – delivering practical, on-the-ground support for the Bali Process and its Working Groups.