Past events

17
Jun
2014

Between Restorative and Retributive Justice: Seeking a Post-Conflict Reconciliation Model for Aceh, Indonesia

Fajran Zain

Abstract

This seminar presents a post-fieldwork summary of my research investigating Transitional Justice (TJ) mechanisms in Aceh, Indonesia. In this research I use both quantitative and...

17
Jun
2014

Tales from a G20 veteran

John E. Ruthrauff - Director, International Advocacy at InterAction

The lecture will be chaired by Dr Susan Harris Rimmer, Director of Studies Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy.  Sue is a member of the Think20 process. 

Guest speaker:...

16
Jun
2014

Book launch of "Climax at Gallipoli" by Dr. Rhys Crawley

Launched by: Commodore Richard Powell OBE RN Defence Attaché, British High Commission

The Strategic & Defence Studies Centre warmly invites you to attend the Book Launch at the Terrace Cafe, Australian War Memorial at 5.00pm (5.30pm start) to 7pm.

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11
Jun
2014

The 'Responsibility to Protect' and the Protection of Conflict Induced Internally Displaced Persons: Gender and Global Norms

Lucy Hall, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales

As distinct areas, R2P, Internal Displacement Protection Frameworks and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda are receiving increasing amounts of attention in relation to their relevance vis-ÌÊ-vis...

10
Jun
2014

Operation Barbarossa: reconceiving Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union

Dr David Stahel

Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union, began the largest and most costly campaign in military history. The operation was planned as a blitzkrieg to win ...

03
Jun
2014

Gender Norms in Transition- Conversations on Ideal Images with Women and Men in Fiji Islands

Priya Chattier

Abstract

There continues to be a great deal of debate about whether women's entry into paid work represents empowerment or exploitation. Far less attention has been paid to how men have responded...

30
May
2014

Voices, Votes, and Violence: Electoral Politics and Political Participation in Thailand's Deep South

Daungyewa Utarasint

Since 2004 violence in the three southernmost provinces of Thailand has provoked a distinctive kind of socio-political turmoil. Studying voting behaviour and electoral politics in Thailand's...

27
May
2014

The elections in New Caledonia: precursor to self-determination?

Nic Maclellan and Anthony Regan

ABSTRACT

On 11 May, voters in New Caledonia went to the polls to elect representatives to three provincial assemblies (North, South and Loyalty Islands) and the local Congress. This year's...

23
May
2014

Human rights mechanism in ASEAN: developments and way forward

Mr Rafendi Djamin: Representative of Indonesia to the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights

Human rights have now become a permanent agenda in ASEAN with its inclusion in the ASEAN Charter, the ASEAN Political-Security Blueprint as well as the establishment of the ASEAN...

20
May
2014

Pontius Pilate revisited: washing one's hands of refugees

Professor William Maley, Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy, ANU

The parable of the Good Samaritan is often invoked in discussion of refugee issues, but in the times in which we are living, Pontius Pilate seems to be the more popular role model. In this lecture...

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