Events June 2018

21
Jun
2018

2018 Timor-Leste Update: At the crossroads?

Timor-Leste’s voters turned out in force on 12 May 2018 to elect a new parliament, under ten months since the previous parliamentary elections.

21
Jun
2018

International Day of Yoga: panel discussion

Various speakers

Join us for an evening panel discussion to celebrate International Day of Yoga. Our speakers will reflect on the deeper meanings of the practice and its significance in the world today. 

21
Jun
2018

National Security Graduate Studies Information Evening

Professor Rory Medcalf, Associate Professor Matthew Sussex

There has never been a better time to study national security.

25
Jun
2018
26
Jun
2018

Fundamentals of Google Earth Pro (GIS202)

Have you ever wondered how you could use Google Earth Pro to record information and explore more of your study site?

26
Jun
2018

The impact of credit policy on rice production in Myanmar

Hoa Thi Minh Nguyen, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

In this seminar, Crawford School’s Hoa Nguyen explores the impact of the subsidised rice credit programme in Myanmar.

27
Jun
2018

Reflections on advising government: a US perspective

Jessica Matthews, Distinguised Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for Peace

IPAA ACT invites you to register for this ‘In Conversation’ event with Jessica Mathews. We will hear reflections from a lifetime of providing advice from inside and outside of the United States government.

28
Jun
2018

2018 Mitchell Oration - Reengineering the aid industry: a priority for the 21st century

Sir Richard Feachem

The 2018 Mitchell Oration will be delivered by Professor Sir Richard Feachem.

29
Jun
2018

Incumbency effects in Indonesia’s mayoral elections

Adrianus Hendrawan, PhD Scholar, Crawford School of Public Policy

In this PhD seminar, Adrianus Hendrawan presents his research on factors affecting re-election in Indonesia’s mayoral elections.

29
Jun
2018

Folktales and the Politics of Humour: The Case of the Vessantara Jataka in Thailand

Speaker - Katherine Bowie, University of Wisconsin-Madison, past president of the Association of Asian Studies, Discussant - Patrick Jory, University of Queensland

The meanings of folktales change over time.  The Vessantara Jataka is the most famous of the hundreds of morality tales (jatakas) about the Buddha’s previous lives and was once better known among Buddhists than the Gautama Buddha’s historical life.

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