Series

Dinner Ladies Save the World

Join Professor Sharon Friel and senior female academics in this uplifting podcast celebrating amazing women with incredible minds discussing how to solve the World’s problems. Easy! Each episode features the Dinner Ladies chatting over ‘virtual’ dinner about Covid-19 in the context of politics, inequality, ethics, civil liberty, climate change and more...

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Japan Update 2017

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

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2015 Myanmar/Burma update

This playlist includes key panel sessions from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma update, 'Making sense of conflict,' hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

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Survival Politics in East Asia: Socio-Environmental Crisis and Grassroots Responses

This podcast series includes speakers at the recent three day forum, Survival politics in East Asia:socio-environmental  crises and grassroots responses.

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Mongolia Update 2014

The second Mongolia Update at ANU ran on 10 November 2014. The one-day conference informs Australian government, business and academic specialists, as well as the interested general public, of recent developments and trends in Mongolia’s politics, economics, society, culture and environment.

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State of the Pacific 2013

This podcast series brings together presentations from the inaugural State of the Pacific conference held at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific from 25-26 June 2013. The conference examined key issues, developments and trends in the region including politics, land and regionalism.

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Sorcery and witchcraft-related killings

This podcast series brings together presentations from the landmark conference 'Sorcery and witchcraft-related killings in Melanesia' conference, taking place at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific from 5-7 June 2013.

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