Past conferences

06
May
2021

Estimating subnational adult populations in data-sparse contexts

Accurate estimates of subnational populations are important for policy formulation and monitoring population health indicators. However, in many countries,...
30
Apr
2021

How is China and its Belt and Road Initiative playing out in Kazakhstan? Findings from a university survey

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been a polarizing issue throughout the world, as some (usually international relations realists) view it as China’s...
29
Apr
2021

Deep Time Dreaming: A Biographical Reflection

In 2018 I published a book on the lives and times of a handful of Australian archaeologists, including John Mulvaney, Isabel McBryde, Rhys Jones and Sylvia...
27
Apr
2021

Ceremonial Lives of the Nation

Ceremony is an important and public aspect of our social and political lives. This panel discussion will explore the history and contemporary significance of...
27
Apr
2021

Reflections on Russia-NATO Relations following the Fall of the Wall. A Participant's Perspective.

The ANU Centre for European Studies is delighted to host a discussion between ANUCES Distinguished Visitor, Dr Klaus-Peter Klaiber KCMG, together with ANUCES...
27
Apr
2021

Safer if connected? Mobile technology, women’s status, and socio-economic development

Mobile phones are an invaluable economic asset for the poor and an important tool for strengthening social ties. Mobile phones may also help women overcome...
20
Apr
2021

Measuring individual-level multidimensional poverty in South Africa

The Individual Deprivation Measure (IDM) is a gender-sensitive and multidimensional measure of poverty, assessed across 14 economic and social dimensions of...

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