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Events April 2022

01
Apr
2022

Eurasianism in Kalmykia, Russia

Dr Baasanjav Terbish, University of Cambridge
01
Apr
2022

The effect of remittances on the Nepali economy: A structural VAR study

Sudyumna Dahal

Hybrid event - Zoom link via registration

05
Apr
2022

Targeted sanctions in Australia: what now?

Anton Moiseienko
Now that Australia has expanded its legal framework for targeted sanctions, it needs to develop a national sanctions policy that is truly independent and goes beyond replicating UK and US designations.
05
Apr
2022

Agricultural policies in transitional Vietnam: the making and their impacts

Hoa Nguyen, Australian National University

Hybrid event, Weston Theatre and Zoom

06
Apr
2022

Prioritising the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people

Natalie Lewis, Commissioner, Queensland Family and Child Commission

Join Professor Sharon Bessell in conversation with Natalie Lewis, Commissioner with the Queensland Family and Child Commission, to discuss the importance of prioritising the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and you

06
Apr
2022

Book launch: Macrocriminology and Freedom by John Braithwaite

John Braithwaite, Susanne Karstedt, Jensen Sass, Meredith Rossner and Anthea Roberts

11
Apr
2022

Expert perspectives on achieving global sustainability with targeted transformational change

Teemu Koskimäki

Abstract: To address the increasingly acute global environmental and social problems, transformational change is required to the prevailing socioeconomic systems.

12
Apr
2022

Modelling international development think tanks of the future

Bridi Rice
How is international development policy and strategy made? Who influences it and how? Where does that leave the relationship between research, government and development impact in the Indo-Pacific?
12
Apr
2022

Some reflections on Indonesia and the resource curse

Hal Hill, Australian National University

Hybrid event Zoom link on registration.

13
Apr
2022

The transference of trauma, and Nagasaki narratives

Dr Gwyn McCllelland
Tracing the impacts of inter-generational trauma is a complex task, and the concept of affective postmemory (as characterized by Marianne Hirsch) is one way of conceptualising how traumatic experience is transferred. Kathy Behrendt, and others, however, have criticized Hirsch, suggesting some limits upon the use of postmemory.
19
Apr
2022

The impacts of coffee sustainability certification on smallholders

Russell Toth, University of Sydney

Hybrid event - Zoom link available on registration.

20
Apr
2022

Seasonal labour mobility programs in four countries: what can we learn?

Various speakers

This workshop is part of an ANU-led comparative study of seasonal work programs in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia.

20
Apr
2022

Self-interest against climate change

John Broome, University of Oxford

Abstract:

20
Apr
2022

Middle Power alignment in the Free and Open Indo-Pacific

Dr. Stephen Nagy, Associate Professor, International Christian University, Tokyo
The change in power balance associated with China’s re-emergence as the largest economy in Asia has brought concerns about the Sino-U.S. strategic competition and raised questions concerning U.S. leadership in the Indo-Pacific region among many U.S.-aligned middle powers such as Australia, Japan, Canada, and India.
22
Apr
2022

Korean Studies Lunch

Various
A luncheon for ANU students and staff in Korean studies and the Korean language program.
22
Apr
2022

Political Authority in Areas of Armed Resistance

Kim Joliffe, Independent researcher

This event is part of the 2022 MYANMAR RESEARCH CENTRE (MRC) DIALOGUE SERIES.

SPEAKER

Kim Joliffe, Independent researcher

26
Apr
2022

Bioscience governance and global inequality: the Material Transfer Agreement in the Global South

Sonja van Wichelen
This talk focuses on bioscience governance and global inequality and examines how legal instruments — such as Material Transfer Agreements — are enacted and implemented differently in the context of the Global South.
26
Apr
2022

Cooperative breeding as prosociality's midwife

Sarah Walker, University of New South Wales

According to the cooperative breeding hypothesis, human cooperation finds its root in the social arrangements and reciprocal networks solicited for infant care.

29
Apr
2022

Results from the 4th State of Infrastructure and Engagement Survey - Delays, Cumulative Impacts and Community Resilience

Moderator Kirsty O’Connell, Prof Sara Bice, Dr Emerson Sanchez, Kylie Cochrane

Now in its fourth year, the ANU State of Infrastructure and Engagement is Australia’s only survey tracking the experiences of infrastructure professionals in project selection, planning, design and delivery.

29
Apr
2022

COVID-19 private pension withdrawals and unemployment tenures

Tristram Sainsbury

Hybrid event - link will be provided upon registration

29
Apr
2022

A Century of Mongol Studies in Turkey

Kubilay Atik, Nevsehir University

Date: Friday 29 April 2022

Time: 

Canberra 7.30 - 8.30pm AEST (UTC+10)

Ulaanbaatar 5.30 -6.30pm ULAT (UTC+8)

Turkey 12.30 - 1.30pm TRT (UTC+3)

 

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