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Past Events

10
Aug
2017
Professor Roger Burrows is a prominent and highly regarded British sociologist with varied interests in: the impact of unsustainable home...
10
Aug
2017
Public health laws in areas such as alcohol and tobacco control, road safety and infectious disease control exemplify some of the biggest...
10
Aug
2017
CALL FOR PAPERS “Women in the Creative Arts” 10-12 August 2017 Australian National University The School of Music at the Australian...
09
Aug
2017
Can you talk your way to some great fantastic prizes? Participate in the 2017 Lions Oratory Competition...
09
Aug
2017
This presentation explores the evidence for the emergence of complex behaviour in the past, using Southeast Asia as an illustrative example...
09
Aug
2017
The brains, and hence minds, of animals evolved to complement their bodies. The diversity of those bodies, and their histories, tell us...
08
Aug
2017
Why is it that people smoke, infant formula is readily available, eleven million hens producing eggs live in battery cages and cattle and...
07
Aug
2017
This forum, which is jointly organised by the Development Policy Centre and the Office of Development Effectiveness (ODE), is the latest in...
04
Aug
2017
Richard McGregor will speak about his forthcoming book, Asia’s Reckoning, an account of the widening geopolitical cracks in a region that...
03
Aug
2017
Chinese 'presence' in Australia extends from well before the time of Captain Cook - trading with northern Australia long before Europeans...

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