Past events

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Sep
2021

Indonesia’s 2020 Covid-19 Population Census

In March 2020 Statistics Indonesia (BPS) kicked off the largest, most expensive and innovative population census in the country’s history. Within weeks the...
22
Sep
2021

Community-Centred Approaches to Education

Abstract In the third seminar of the series ‘On and Off Country’, Claire Rafferty PhD scholar at CAEPR, will discuss the key findings of her doctoral research...
21
Sep
2021

Social aspects of educational mobility in rural South Africa

  To what extent are one’s socioeconomic outcomes constrained by their inherited circumstances? Throughout the past century, there has been ongoing concern...
20
Sep
2021

Two publics or one? The campaign to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution

Join Tim Rowse for 'Two publics or one? The campaign to recognise Indigenous Australians in the constitution' This paper is based on a work in progress for a...
20
Sep
2021

Online Symposium: Bioeconomy and Circular Economy – Tackling Global Challenges on a Global Scale

We are pleased to invite you to the upcoming Bioeconomy Symposium which is hosted jointly by the German Embassy Canberra, the German Academic Exchange Service...
16
Sep
2021

Climate Change And International Trade: The European Union’s Approach Through Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

The webinar “Climate Change And International Trade: The European Union’s Approach Through Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism” brought together experts to...
16
Sep
2021

Tiffany Shellam: Boongaree, Bundle and Migeo

Boongaree, Bundle and Migeo: Reading Indigenous lives through exploration texts Royal Navy archives have been a site of rich reward for historians keen to...

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