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Events May 2022

18
May
2022

Women’s roles in Indonesian economy during the COVID-19 pandemic: Understanding their challenges and opportunities

Riyana Miranti (University of Canberra), Tri Mulyaningsih (Universitas Sebelas Maret) and Eny Sulistyaningrum (Universitas Gadjah Mada)

To join: bit.ly/isg_canberra Webinar ID: 850 4235 3685 Passcode: 029070

18
May
2022

Voluntary Underclass?: Globalism, Temporality and the Life Choices of Japanese Working Holiday Makers in Australia

Associate Professor Nana Oishi, University of Melbourne

The working holiday (WH) program is a cultural exchange program that offers youth ‘global experiences’ including short-term employment, travel, and/or study.

18
May
2022

Democracy Sausage live! Australia’s election countdown

Professor Mark Kenny, Kieran Gilbert - Sky News Australia, Emeritus Professor Judith Brett, and Dr Marija Taflaga.

After months of anticipation, Australia’s political future is about to be decided.

19
May
2022

16th Sadli Lecture. Competition policy in the age of algorithms: challenges for Indonesia

Dr Cassey Lee (ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute)

The confluence of technological innovations in computation and communications has expanded the scope and increased the intensity of algorithmic applications in markets.

20
May
2022

Globalized economy and national policies: Issues in comparing carbon emissions mitigation efforts under demographic and institutional asymmetry

Tsendsuren Batsuuri

The success of the Paris Agreement (2015) in achieving its main temperature goal depends on its ability to increase the ambitions of individual countries to reduce their carbon emissions through effort comparison and peer pressure.

20
May
2022

India's Approach to the Myanmar Crisis

Dipannita Maria Bagh, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India

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

 

SPEAKER

Dipannita Maria Bagh, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India

24
May
2022

US sins toward the developing world: how they harm them and us

Dr Nancy Birdsall

Monday 23 May 8–9pm Washington DC / Tuesday 24 May 10–11am Canberra

25
May
2022

Indonesia Study Group. Aceh’s contested history: 50 years of reluctant engagement

Emeritus Professor Anthony Reid (ANU)

Join in-person: Seminar Room E, HC Coombs Building, ANU

25
May
2022

Aceh’s contested history: 50 years of reluctant engagement

Anthony Reid (Emeritus Professor, ANU School of Culture, History and Language)

Join in-person: Seminar Room E, HC Coombs Building.

25
May
2022

Celebrating Professor Carol Hayes

Emerald King (UTas); Vera Mackie; Bruce Miller AO; Ikuko Nakane (U Melb); Katherine Seaton (Latrobe); Grady Venville (ANU)
In this ANU Japan Institute Seminar, we celebrate the lifetime achievements of Carol Hayes, Professor of Japanese Language and Studies in the College of Asia and the Pacific, Distinguished Educator at the Australian National University and Principal Fellow of the Advance HE Educational Fellowship Scheme.
25
May
2022

Celebrating Professor Carol Hayes

Emerald King (UTas); Vera Mackie; Bruce Miller AO; Ikuko Nakane (U Melb); Katherine Seaton (Latrobe); Grady Venville (ANU)

In this ANU Japan Institute Seminar, we celebrate the lifetime achievements of Carol Hayes, Professor of Japanese Language and Studies in the College of Asia and the Pacific, Distinguished Educator at the Australian National University and Principal Fe

26
May
2022

The legal determinants of health: COVID-19 and gender

Michael Thomson
Focusing on gender and the intersections with race, the first two years of the pandemic illustrate the necessity of an approach to legal determinants that foregrounds law’s role in improving fairness in social arrangements and the distribution of resources.
27
May
2022

What has limited preferential voting changed in Papua New Guinea?

Dr Terence Wood and Maholopa Laveil

Limited preferential voting (LPV) was introduced in the wake of the 2002 general elections in Papua New Guinea.

31
May
2022

Global Health Watch 6 - book launch

Erika Arteaga Cruz, Ronald Labonté, Brid Brennan and Susana Barria
Join the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet and People’s Health Movement Australia for this launch event of Global Health Watch 6, the alternative world health report, which addresses key issues related to health systems and the range of social, economic, political and environmental determinants of health.
31
May
2022

The right timing matters: identifying sensitive periods in the formation of socio-emotional skills

Shyamal Chowdhury, University of Sydney

Hybrid event, Zoom link available on registration.

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