The international human rights agenda on indigeneity is expressed in the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (United Nations 2007) which was supported by a majority of member states (143 votes in favour, 4 against and 11 abstentions).
With the rise of steamship liner networks in the second half of the nineteenth century, long-distance transoceanic transit was no longer synonymous with exile or permanent displacement, and oceans became competitive arenas for mobility providers.
This workshop will help you utilise your Wattle site for online marking. It will cover the basics of the Wattle gradebook, how to enter and moderate your marks in Wattle, and how to use marking guides and rubrics.
Indonesia’s tropical rainforests are in crisis. Since the late 1960s, the rise of the logging, pulp/paper, and oil palm industries has led to dramatic forest loss.
The ODI Fellowship scheme recruits intelligent, adventurous postgraduate economists to work in the public sectors of developing countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific on two-year placements.
A New Australia-China Agenda
Experts on the Australia-China Relationship
Violence as part of a normative system of inter-family relations in some remote regions of Australia is now widely recognised as a significant social issue.
THE AFRICAN BREADFRUIT REVOLUTION
In this seminar Saten Kumar will provide an overview of his recent paper, ‘How Do Firms Form Their Expectations? New Survey Evidence’.
Extracting and processing Rare Earth Elements (REEs) remains a controversial matter because of pollution and health risks associated with its production.
If you are using Turnitin this session in your Wattle site, this workshop will explain how to mark online using Grademark, a feature of Turnitin.
Michael Daly is a Geneva-based specialist in international trade and tax policies. He is currently an external adviser concerning trade taxes to the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department in connection with its technical assistance.
The School has invited three of our leading Emeritus and Adjunct colleagues, Anthony Reid, Bronwen Douglas and Gavan McCormack, to lead a discussion on the topic of the future of Asian Studies and Pacific Studies, drawing on their long-term experience.