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Events July 2022

05
Jul
2022

Indigenous Australian medicines: innovation on regulatory and governance pathways to market

Virginia Marshall
Innovation on regulatory & governance pathways for Indigenous-led medicines to market.
07
Jul
2022

The Biden Administration’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and Its Implications for the Region

Zhu Zhiqun

This event is hybrid (in-person and online).

08
Jul
2022

The Art and Life of Gulammohammed Sheikh

Dr Chaitanya Sambrani
** ONLINE SEMINAR - The seminar will be presented online only, not in-person**
 
12
Jul
2022

Women's access to transitional justice in Timor-Leste: the blind letters

Noemí Pérez Vásquez
By discussing the findings of a long term research project on women’s experiences of transitional justice, recently published as Women’s Access to Transitional Justice in Timor-Leste: The Blind Letters (Bloomsbury, 2022), Noemi will deliver a panoramic assessment of access to transitional justice from a gender perspective.
15
Jul
2022

Melbourne careers expo 2022

Crawford Recruitment Team

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy is going to participate in the Melbourne Career Expo 2022 on 15, 16, and 17 July 2022.

15
Jul
2022

Crawford School Graduation celebration

Professor Paul Burke, Dean of College of Asia and the Pacific - Professor Helen Sullivan

Graduating Crawford students and their guests are invited to a special celebration after the official graduation ceremony.

Please join us for drinks and light lunch to celebrate this great achievement.

20
Jul
2022

The impacts of COVID-19 responses on children

Anne Hollonds, National Children’s Commissioner

Join Professor Sharon Bessell, Director of the Children’s Policy Centre, and Anne Hollonds, National Children’s Commissioner, to discuss the impacts of the pandemic and related policy responses on children.

21
Jul
2022

Deepening the Australia-Indonesia relationship through study abroad & research collaboration

Alumni panel discussion

ANU is world renowned as a centre for excellence in Indonesia-focused research and engagement.

21
Jul
2022

Building the recovery: creating decent working futures in Australia

Dr Brendan Churchill, Professor Rae Cooper, Dr Laura Davy, Dr Joshua Healy, Moderator: Professor Ariadne Vromen

Public Plenary (Face-to-face & Zoom)

21
Jul
2022

Crawford School Graduation Party and Awards Ceremony

Interim Dean, Professor Renee McKibbin

We are delighted to invite graduates and their families along with our colleagues to our Crawford School online graduation party and awards ceremony.

22
Jul
2022

Institutions and geopolitical risk in trade and investment

Samuel Hardwick

Geopolitical rivalry and technological change have necessitated a new focus on risks that cut across economics, politics and security.

26
Jul
2022

What is the impact of intellectual property rules on access to medicines? Findings from a systematic review

Brigitte Tenni
A review of the impact of intellectual property rules on access to medicines and the implications for these findings in addressing equitable access to vaccines, diagnostics and treatments during pandemics.
26
Jul
2022

Curse of lower-skilled emigration on human capital formation: Evidence from the migration surge of the 2000’s

Sam Tang, University of Western Australia

The emigration of lower-skilled workers is generally accepted as beneficial for the development of migrant-sending countries. However, it can also lead to a disincentive effect on human capital formation of the source country.

28
Jul
2022

Call for Papers- ANU Indonesia Institute Postgraduate Student Conference

Various postgraduate students

Postgraduate Conference date: 14-15 September 2022

Call for Papers - due 28 July 2022

29
Jul
2022

Composition matters: The role of trade liberalization in declining labor share of income

Riandy Laksono

This study examines whether trade liberalization is responsible for the decline of aggregate labor share.

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