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17
Sep
2020

2020 Transnational Research Institute on Corruption Webinar Series: Corruption Reform 2050

Emeritus Professor Michael Johnston speaks to the futures of the anti-corruption industry, and asks what possible reforms we may see The contemporary anti-...
10
Sep
2020

APSA 2020 SSW Event | Understanding Australia’s Crisis Coordination

Australia’s 2019-20 bushfires killed at least 33 people, more than a billion animals and resulted in the destruction of thousands of properties and millions of...
03
Sep
2020

Online: Charles Butcher - Friday on my mind: Re-assessing the Impact of Protest Size on Government Concessions

Do more protesters on the streets make regimes more likely to concede to protester demands? Several studies have linked protest size and the likelihood of...
01
Sep
2020

Health Inequality in China with its Rapid Socioeconomic and Demographic Change

In the past forty years, China has experienced drastic socioeconomic and demographic changes. Great improvement has been made in population health with the...
27
Aug
2020

Lebanon’s 2019 October Uprising and its Implications: Clinging to a sinking ship?

In the light of Lebanon’s economic crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic and the Beirut Blast, what complex factors have shaped the course of Lebanon's 2019 October...
27
Aug
2020

Online: Alex Opera - Defending Education: A Democratic Role for Courts in Education Policy

On January 11th, 2007, the McCleary family from Jefferson County and the Venema family from Snohomish Country filed a lawsuit on behalf of their children...
25
Aug
2020

Is migration a learned behaviour? Understanding the impact of past migration on future migration

Despite growing efforts to conceptualise residential mobility and migration as long-term trajectories, because of methodological challenges and the lack of...

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