Past events

A Ramu Nickel landowner family pose outside their home.
24
Nov
2022

Encountering ‘Sainaman’: Friction and Friendship at a PNG Mining Project

Shaun Gessler

Please note: This is a hybrid event and will also be available on Zoom.

Speaker: Shaun Gessler, PhD Candidate, DPA

What does China’s increasing economic engagement in the Pacific...

Image: Department of Defence, Australia
23
Nov
2022

Pacific Security Cooperation Workshop

Various Speakers

PLEASE NOTE: This is an in-person event only. The event will be recorded and a copy of it will be publicly available at a later date.

The Pacific Security Cooperation workshop will take...

Image: Natasha Turia-Moka
18
Nov
2022

Kisim planti wok (accessing more jobs): Papua New Guinea and Pacific Labour Mobility programs

Natasha Turia-Moka

Please note: This is a hybrid event and will also be available on Zoom.

Speaker: Natasha Turia-Moka, PhD Candidate, DPA

With a population of almost nine million people, Papua New...

08
Nov
2022

Governing garbage: the interplay between formality and informality in solid waste management in the Indonesian urban context

Nur Azizah

This research focuses on the interplay between formality and informality in waste management and its impact on urban governance. It investigate how formal and informal waste systems interact in...

01
Nov
2022

Clientelism and Public Health: Explaining Variation in Healthcare Services in Three Indonesian Cities

Lila Dwilita Sari

What explains the disparity of healthcare services in Indonesia, with inadequate and uneven distribution of healthcare resources and technical capacities across regions?

Many studies have...

27
Oct
2022

The Blue Economy and Whale Tourism in Tonga and New Zealand

Amelia Fa’otusia

Please note - This is a hybrid event and will also be available on Zoom.

Speaker: Amelia Fa’otusia

As ocean-based economies, Pacific nations advanced the blue economy concept...

24
Oct
2022

Climate change: can Australia survive?

Dr Albert Palazzo

Climate change is the number one security threat Australia is facing. Unlike more traditional state-on-state threats, climate change has the potential to destabilise Australia to the point that it...

20
Oct
2022

Special address by H.E Fernando Arias

H.E Fernando Arias

Over the past 25 years, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has been a remarkable success for multilateral disarmament. Australia has been a key part of that story in...

20
Oct
2022

Power and Restraint in China’s Rise

Chin-Hao Huang

Why and when does China exercise restraint—and how does this aspect of Chinese statecraft challenge the conventional narrative about rising powers’ behaviour?

In Power and Restraint in...

19
Oct
2022

Renegotiating Japan’s ‘Post-War Bargains’

Yusuke Ishihara

The 1970s witnessed significant changes to the post-war international order: the rise and fall of U.S.-Soviet détente, Sino-U.S. rapprochement, the crisis of the Bretton-Woods system/the General...

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