Events September 2017

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Sep
2017

National Security College roadshow events

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14
Sep
2017

Gender and labour markets in Asia

Janneke Pieters and Robert Sparrow, Wageningen University; Diana Contreras Suarez, University of Melbourne; Sharon Bessell, ANU; plus many more.

Despite reductions in gender gaps in labour market outcomes over the past decades, large gaps remain, especially in middle-income countries.

14
Sep
2017

Workshop on economic and financial analysis of commodity markets

Luke Meehan, Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission; Takashi Kanamura, Kyoto University; Ken Iwatsubo, Kobe University; Joaquin Vespignani , University of Tasmania; Paul Burke, ANU; plus many more.

The Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC) at Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University and the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) co-host an academic workshop bringing together Australian, Japanese and

14
Sep
2017

Digital kingmakers: why democracy needs (you to have) better cyber security

Dr Tim Legrand, Ms Jacinta Carroll, and Dr Adam Henschke, National Security College, ANU.

In the past few years, we have seen the subversion of national elections, the corruption of a national census, the shutdown of parliamentary communications, and a swathe of digital assaults on state institutions.

14
Sep
2017

Rights Lawyers as an Articulating Voice for Rights Defence and Constitutionalism in China

FENG Chongyi
In the legal and political landscape of China today, there is a distinct group of “rights defence lawyers (weiquan lüshi)”, who take on politically sensitive cases, confront the state power and push for constitutionalism which limits the power of the government and safeguard the rights of citizens by the rule of law. They are targeted by the party-state for political suppression and routinely abused by the security apparatus.
14
Sep
2017

Global Guardian or Global Failure? Evaluating the UN Security Council: In conversation with Ian Martin, Director of Security Council Report

Ian Martin, Director, United Nations Security Council

In this Distinguished Visitor Public Conversation, renowned United Nations peacebuilding practitioner Ian Martin will share his insights on the strengths and weaknesses of the United Nations Security Council and its efforts to maintain international pe

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