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Featured events

Blue illustration of Australia
29
Apr

ANUpoll launch: Australian attitudes towards national identity »

8–8.45am
Is speaking English an important part of being an 'Australian'? Does being born overseas make you less 'Australian'?...
Latin America
29
Apr

Australia and Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium »

3pm
The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents the book launch of: Australia and Latin America...
Volcano near ocean
29
Apr

The atmosphere: past, present and future »

6pm
The evolution of the atmosphere, oceans and biosphere can be traced from about ~3.8 billion years [Ga], through natural...
'Milngiyawuy' by Naminapu Maymuru-White, 2000 HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellow
08
May

Celebrating 50 years of the HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship »

6.30pm
For half a century, the HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship has helped ANU establish itself as an international hub for...

More ANU events

27
Apr

Dance program for overweight women »

2pm
You are invited to participate in a study which examines the effect of a 10-week dance program on the psychological...
Dr Charani Ranasinghe
27
Apr

JCSMR Director’s ‘Health through Discovery’ Public Lecture Series: Triple action vaccine against HIV – One step closer »

5.30–6.30pm
During the last ten years our laboratory has attempted to understand ‘“how and why” HIV vaccines have failed in humans...
Willy Lam
27
Apr

The unpublicised agenda of President Xi Jinping »

6–7.30pm
Veteran Sinologist Willy Lam, who has just published Chinese Politics in the Era of Xi Jinping (Routledge, 2015), will...
Gas pipelines
28
Apr

The Energy White Paper forum »

9am
The Energy White Paper, released on 8 April is designed to set out a policy framework for Australia’s energy future....
Image Palm Oil Crop
28
Apr

Informal institutions and hybrid property regimes: lessons from Southeast Asia’s palm oil industry »

12.30–2pm
Abstract A tenet of New Institutional Economics (NIE) approaches to economic development is that private investment...
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28
Apr

Refugees and the myth of human rights: life outside the pale of the law »

12.30–2pm
The current public debate over the West’s obligations to unauthorised immigrants is passionate, vitriolic, and divisive...
John Broome
28
Apr

Ethics in the IPCC process »

5.30–6.30pm
The Fifth Assessment Report is the first of the IPCC’s reports that has explicitly given a place to ethics. Two...
Asia-Pacific Learning Community Logo
28
Apr

APLC + DLC: Women and the Asia-Pacific »

6pm
What is the significance of the ‘Asian Century’ for women and women studying the Asia-Pacific? While the dynamic rise...
Image: The Hubble Ultra Deep Field shows some of the youngest galaxies in the universe, with very different properties to that of our own Milky Way Galaxy.
28
Apr

Rags to riches or silver spoons: a story of galaxy fortunes »

6–7pm
The ANU Black Hole Society invites you to join us for our first public lecture of 2015. Dr. Sarah Sweet from the...
Blue illustration of Australia
29
Apr

ANUpoll launch: Australian attitudes towards national identity »

8–8.45am
Is speaking English an important part of being an 'Australian'? Does being born overseas make you less 'Australian'?...
Image by Kate Holt/Africa Practice
29
Apr

Australian aid evaluations: program performance and humanitarian responses »

9.30am–1.30pm
As in past years, the Development Policy Centre will host a forum to discuss and debate recent Australian aid...
Latin America
29
Apr

Australia and Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities in the New Millennium »

3pm
The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies presents the book launch of: Australia and Latin America...
 Bathurst Courthouse, NSW
29
Apr

Historians and lawyers — What can we learn from each other? »

4.15pm
School of History Seminar Series Speaker: Justice Richard Button, NSW Supreme Court It is not common for lawyers or...
Trade and Health
29
Apr

Policy grand challenge: Trade agreements, health and access to affordable medicines »

5.30–7pm
Medicine affordability is a central issue in current public policy debate in Australia, particularly in the context of...
Dr Khalid Koser
29
Apr

Migration and security: rhetoric and reality »

5.30–6.45pm
Along with the increase in focus on the need for policymakers and the community to implement and support initiatives on...

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