Steve Brine, a Master of Environmental Management and Development student has just returned from a nine week internship at an environmental centre in the Israeli Occupied Territories and will make a presentation discussing his experiences to the EMDV80
In this seminar, Bao examines the effects of world energy price shocks on China’s macroeconomy.
Dr Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Populations Fund, and Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations gives this very special talk on global health and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Development aid from donor countries amounts to more than US $130 billion annually. More than half of that amount comes from European Union nations. However, sustainable development cannot be achieved through aid alone.
In this seminar, I take a feminist discourse-theoretical approach to the phenomenon that has been termed ‘norm diffusion’ in order to explore, first, how norms can be understood as themselves the product of discursive contestation; second, in what ways
China has increased its energy imports to sustain rapid economic growth.
The event will introduce 2017 Taiwan courses at ANU and the scholarship opportunities in Taiwan.
Join us in conversation with Ashley Townshend and Dr Andrew Carr who will discuss Trump’s approach to Asia.
Indonesia faces serious challenges in the number, cost, quality, and distribution of teachers. This presentation examines the role of political economy factors in producing these challenges and shaping efforts to resolve them.
Islamist militias in Indonesia by Kate Grealy (Griffith University)
Dr de Silva entered parliament in 2010, following a successful career in the private sector as an economist, development banker and entrepreneur.
A hundred years ago, the first great era of globalisation collapsed into World War I. This was soon followed by the Great Depression and World War II.
Please note that this is a book manuscript review seminar: two chapters from the manuscript will be circulated ten days in advance and taken as read by participants. Please register for the event to receive the chapters in advance.
This week New Zealand granted the Whanganui River legal standing, shifting ownership of the riverbed from the New Zealand government to the river itself.
The historiography surrounding the intention, immediate consequences and long-term impacts of resistance to Nazi occupation during the Second World War has been subject to claim and counter-claim in Italy, as it has in other European countries.
Payment for Environmental Services (PES) schemes are being used around the world in an attempt to facilitate market processes. However, few PES schemes ‘negotiate’ pricing based on comparable estimates of demand and supply.