Events December 2018

11
Dec
2018

Women Policing in China: Separate but equal?

Anqi Shen
In this study I will explore women in policing in mainland China, and more specifically, women’s entry into policing, female representation in the police, and female officers’ current status, integration and gendered challenges in the police occupation. In the conclusion, I question whether the ‘Western’ model of women’s integration into policing is effectively applicable to female police in China.
11
Dec
2018

Carbon taxation in a fossil fuel-dependent economy: The case of Canada

Prof Kathryn Harrison, University of British Columbia

It is a truism that carbon taxes are good policy but bad politics, as Australians know all too well. Yet despite the political challenge, some governments still adopt carbon taxes and most of those survive.

11
Dec
2018

The road to Indonesia’s 2019 elections

Panel speakers

On 17 April 2019, Indonesia will hold simultaneous elections for the presidency, legislatures at the national, provincial and district levels, and also the Regional Representative Council (DPD).

12
Dec
2018

Apocalypticism, radicalisation and jihadism: exploring the impact of ‘End of World’ discourses on Indonesian Islamism

Greg Fealy (ANU)

When two pro-ISIS families launched suicide bombings on Surabaya churches and police facilities in May 2018, killing 28 people, they were not primarily driven by a desire to support the faltering Islamic State in Syria and Iraq or fellow jihadists who

13
Dec
2018

The Anatomy of Artificial Intelligence

Professor Kate Crawford, Distinguished Research Professor, New York University

Public Lecture presented by Professor Kate Crawford, Distinguished Research Professor, New York University, and co-founder and co-director of the AI Now Institute

14
Dec
2018

National Parliament Fellowship Program seminar, India 2018

Bhavya Gupta, ANU; Radhika Agarwal, ANU

Two Indian Fellows on the National Parliamentary Fellowships Program (NPFP) will present their research findings in a seminar to be followed by a morning tea.

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