- Dr Kate Ogg
Join Dr Kate Ogg as she addresses one of the most significant problems facing the refugee protection regime: that the places in which people in need of international protection seek refuge are often as dangerous and bleak as the conditions they fled.
We would like to invite you to collaborate with us on an exciting new research centre. Your field of research touches on one of our themes, and we are seeking creative input and pathways for collaboration that could lead to new funding opportunities for your work.
The ability of employees to speak freely, both in private and public sector contexts is increasingly under threat. In 2019, the High Court of Australia upheld the Department of Immigration’s termination of a public servant for her anonymous tweets. These timely events will be considered from practical, theoretical, policy and comparatively perspectives.
This free public online seminar will involve a range of speakers discussing recent cases on the basic features, and limits, of the Australian regime for challenging administrative decisions, and trends which emerge from them.
Early Career Researchers (ECR) specialising in private law from various Australian universities come together to present their papers to a panel in this conference.
Send in your papers for a Zoominar series, hosted by the Institute for Postcolonial Studies, consisting of four monthly panels, each dedicated to exploring the metaphors we survive by. If you are interested in participating, please send an abstract to the convenors, no later than 6 July 2020.
COVID-19 has fuelled racist attacks targeting Asian-Australians, resulting in what ANU researchers have described as a ‘prejudice pandemic’. This has included verbal and physical assaults, refusal of service, death threats and vandalism of property.
- Dr Cassandra Steer
Join Dr Cassandra Steer in this virtual research seminar where she talks about the benefits of incorporating Australian Indigenous knowledge into space governance.
“Strange and uncertain times” is the expression of 2020, but what does this era hold for graduates starting their careers? Whether you have your next steps planned or you’re still figuring them out, you can equip yourself with knowledge to better succeed. Find out by speaking to those who were in your position not too long ago in this alumni panel.
Join us for a special webinar featuring experts from the ANU community as they discuss Climate change: a sustainability, policy and health crisis – where do we go from here?