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RegNet occupational health and safety regulation research snapshot

This seminar will provide snapshots of the WHS regulatory research program from the Centre's research staff.

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Ethnography of the global

An anthropological focus on the micro social situation understood in a larger social context offers an important way of understanding the global.

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Australia’s regions and agriculture: can geographical indications help?

This talks assesses whether Australian regional areas can benefit from geographical indication systems.

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Xanana Gusmao: 2015 ST Lee Lecture on Asia and the Pacific

Former resistance leader and Timor-Leste ex-president Xanana Gusmao delivers 2015 ST Lee lecture on Asia and the Pacific at ANU.

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Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Response - Roundtable discussion

Roundtable discussion chaired by Professor Katherine Gibson, University of Western Sydney.

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Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Response - Panel 4

Panel 4 discussion, chaired by Professor Simon Avenell from the Australian National University, includes talks by
Dr Shuge Wei, Australian National University, on 'Returning to the village: anti-nuclear activism in Gongliao district.

Dr Adam Broinowski from the Australian National University is presenting the topic, "Things Fall Apart" - Oceanic Responsibility
and localised responses during the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster.

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