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Six Faces of Globalization by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp - Book launch

Join us for a presentation and panel discussion with some of the foremost policy experts in the country to mark the release of, Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why It Matters.

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The 2021 Order of Australia Lecture : Looking forward looking back

This year the lecture was delivered by Yawuru man, Professor Peter Yu who was appointed a Member in the Order of Australia on June 2021 for significant service to the community, particularly to Indigenous cultural and political organisations.

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ACLF 2021 – Does social media really cause political polarisation?

Social media is often blamed for political polarisation in democracies. Join Samantha Bradshaw and Jill Sheppard as they discuss how democracies and societies can be more resilient to misinformation and the amplification of extreme views.

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ACLF 2021 - What next for Australian media

Hear from Laura Jacobs, Megan Brownlow, Simon Crerar and Mark Ryan as they discuss main forces driving the future shape of the Australian news media landscape. They will also look at the role policy-makers and philanthropists play to provide adequate and diverse news to counter disinformation.

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ACLF 2021 – Australian resilience re visited

Join Laura Berry, Melinda Cilento, Kate Henne, Peter Harris and Danielle Wood as they analyse if Australia has taken the necessary steps to improve its resilience to global shocks.

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ACLF 2021 - Australia’s accelerating green energy transition

Australia is installing solar and wind power at the fastest rate of any nation on a per capita basis. Join Martijn Wilder, Leeanne Bond, Dietmar Tourbier, and Ken Baldwin as they discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by this rapid energy transition.

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ACLF 2021 - Cross-national taxation and regulation in a digital world

Join Miranda Stewart, Sunita Bose, Rod Sims and Robert Breunig as they discuss how the digital world should be taxed and regulated.

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ACLF 2021 - Renewing nuclear arms control and disarmament

Join Gareth Evans, Robert Einhorn and Richard Maude as they discuss the future trajectory of the US, Russian and Chinese nuclear weapon and missile programs. They will also touch on whether China, India, Pakistan, and Israel can be brought into nuclear arms control arrangements.

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ACLF 2021 – Renewal in the Pacific

Join Zed Seselja, Siobhan McDonnell, Robert Sisilo, Hinauri Petana and Samson Vilvil Fare as they discuss the future economic, political and social outlook of the Pacific island states post COVID.

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ACLF 2021 – Australian defence in the 2020s

Join Natasha Kassam, General Angus Campbell and Iain Henry as they discuss the challenges for the ADF and for defence planners in a changing strategic order. They will also touch on alliances like the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue and the future of Australia’s regional defence relationships.

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2021 JG Crawford Oration: Dr S Jaishankar

Listen to His Excellency Dr S Jaishankar who will provide India's perspective on the Indo-Pacific and India-Australia relations at a time of strategic change, heightened major power contestation, and rising economic and human toll from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ACLF 2021 – Forum wrap-up

Hear from ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt, Professor Heather Smith and Forum Director Richard Maude, as they provide closing remarks on ANU Crawford Leadership Forum.

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ACLF 2021 – Keynote address the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP Treasurer

Hear from the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP Treasurer, as he explains strategic competition that is increasingly playing out in the economic arena. He will also shed light on blurring lines between economics, politics and national security

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ACLF 2021 – How do we coexist with China?

Hear from Michelle Flournoy, Richard Maude, Akiko Fukushima, Louisa Lim, Justin Hayhurst and Dino Djalal, as they discuss what China’s political and economic trajectory mean for its relations with countries concerned about its nationalism, authoritarianism and assertive foreign policy.

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ACLF 2021 - Tech wars: is technological globalism dead?

Technology is at the front line of US-China competition. Join Tao Wang, Katherine Mansted, Heather Evans, Tobias Feakin and Tim Watts as they seek to answer if technological globalisation dead.

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ACLF 2021 – What is India’s future?

India has emerged as a major Indo-Pacific power in an era of sharply rising US-China competition. Hear from Ritika Passi, Rory Medcalf, and Constantino Xavier as they discuss what role will India play in our region in coming years and the outlook for Australia’s own growing partnership with India.

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ACLF 2021 – Indigenous Australia’s international outlook. Is government starting to catch up?

Indigenous Australians are now engaging internationally more than ever. Join Ian Anderson, Maggie Walter and Tony Dreise, as they discuss what areas Indigenous Australians are most active internationally and its implication on domestic policy and their own affairs.

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ACLF 2021 – Renewing liberal democracy

What is the future of liberal democracy? Join Richard Maude, Daryl Karp, Larry Diamond and Dave Sharma as they take on what is a global conversation - the challenge to liberalism and its institutions worldwide, by nationalism, populism, political polarisation and identity politics.

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ACLF 2021 – Migration and population in a time of pandemics

Join Liz Ritchie, Michael Willard, Jenny Wilkinson, and Ann Evans as they discuss the future of Australia's migration policy. This conversation will also include how Australia’s economic geography is changing and what that means for our social cohesion and politics.

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ACLF 2021 - Re-imagining multilateralism and rules based order

With the rise of populism and nationalism, Melissa-Conley Tyler, Thomas Wright, Sarah Teo, Heng Wang and Caroline Millar will attempt to delineate the complexity surrounding multilateralism and rules-based order.

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ACLF 2021 – After the recession: how should we renew our economies?

Listen to Renee McKibbin, Catherine Mann, Ayhan Kose, Adam McKissack, and Yang Yao as they discuss state of repair of the economy. This discussion will also entail conversations on global debt and deficits, supply chain diversification, and globalisation.

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World Mental Health Day 2021: Isolation and connectedness

Hear from our experts on World Mental Health Day 2021, as they raise awareness on isolation and the importance of connectedness.

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TEDxANU | Growing Organic Mobile Phones | Ankur Sharma

Ankur Sharma’s talk is on how a new material developed can reduce electronic waste. He illustrates how overlooked the effect of electronic devices is on climate change.

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TEDxANU | How We Win on Climate Change | Christian Downie

Christian Downie talks about the politics of climate change. Why do we fail, why when pursed for policies related to climate change fail, why current policies towards climate change are either neglected or not practised?

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TEDxANU | Beyond Carbon Credits | Sarah Milne

Sarah Milne talks about how infrastructure built for sustainable needs are harming the environment.

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TEDxANU | Eating for the Future | Robyn Alders

Robyn Alders talks about agriculture and its contribution to greenhouse emissions.

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Women in Leadership: In conversation with Julie Bishop and Naomi Flutter

Join the ANU Chancellor and Pro-Chancellor as they lead the first conversation in the new Women in Leadership series, aimed to support the leadership aspirations of female staff at ANU. Tune in as they discuss their experiences as leaders, including how to be heard, isolation at the top, and issue

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In Conversation with Jane Harper

Jane Harper and Anna Creer are in conversation on Jane's compelling new stand-alone novel The Survivors, set on the Tasmanian coast.

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In conversation with Marian Wilkinson

Marian Wilkinson is in conversation with Frank Jotzo on Marian's new book The Carbon Club, the inside story of how a network of influential climate sceptics, politicians and business leaders fought to control Australia's climate policy.

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In Conversation with Hugh Mackay

In this ANU/The Canberra Times Meet the Author podcast, social researcher and best-selling author Hugh Mackay AO chats with Alex Sloan AM on his two new books, The Inner Self, and his novel, The Question of Love.

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When Women lead: views from Asia and the Pacific

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from Professor Bina D'Costa and Dr Nicole Hayley from Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs.

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Australia’s Covid-19 response: from the tyranny of distance to the lucky (distant) country

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from Professor Mark Kenny and Professor Shirley Leitch from the Australian Studies Institute.

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Leadership in diplomacy: an Australian perspective

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from ANU experts and the Ambassador of Australia to Brazil, Tim Kane.

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Leadership in driving economic reform

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and Centre for Social Research and Methods experts.

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The importance of leadership in the energy transition & Sustainable well-being futures

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from experts from the ANU Energy Change Institute and Crawford School of Public Policy.

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Leading people and change & leadership and social impact

In partnership with ANU, the Embassy of Australia in Brazil held its annual Alumni Leadership Conference online, marking 75 years of diplomatic relations between the two countries. In this session, hear from Professor Gretchen Gagel and Dr Sally Curtis from the Research School of Management.

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Exploring the universe: with the next generation of telescopes - Professor Matthew Colless

Join us to hear Professor Matthew Colless talk about the giant telescopes being built now that astronomers will use to see planets orbiting other stars, to find black holes throughout the universe, and to see the very first stars born after the Big Bang!

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In conversation with Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard and Quentin Bryce discuss Julia's new book, co-authored with Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Women and Leadership. An inspirational and practical book written by two high-achieving women, sharing the experience and advice of some of our most extraordinary women leaders, in their own words.

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Student field study - reef research

As part of the 2019 Fiji Field School, Fenner School of Environment & Society students explored a coral reef to document it's health and use that data for further study back at the ANU.

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Fiji Field School

Fenner School of Environment & Society student field trip to Fiji - 2019. Follow the students journey on their three week intensive course as they study island sustainability, environmental issues, and share a cultural experience.

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ACLF Big Picture Series - What kind of world?

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the world. Our everyday lives changed utterly. But what effect will the pandemic have on the deeper forces shaping the world we live in?

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ACLF Big Picture Series - Asia and COVID-19

Asia's rise in recent decades has changed the world and shifted economic, geo-political and even cultural power eastward. Now Asian governments and societies are grappling with the immense damage caused by COVID-19.

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ACLF Big Picture Series - The Pacific and Australia: Our shared future

The ANU Crawford Leadership Forum 2020 presents the Big Picture Series: The Pacific and Australia: Our shared future.

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ACLF Big Picture Series - Australia, climate change & the pandemic

With governments around the world still deep in the struggle against COVID 19, there has been little time for issues that dominated policy debates before the pandemic.

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Australia and the world in the time of COVID-19

A foreign policy speech delivered by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator the Hon Marise Payne, 16 June 2020.

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ACLF Big Picture Series - Global public health & COVID-19

Part of the ANU Crawford Leadership Forum 2020, watch international and Australian experts debate how COVID-19 has impacted different health care systems and how leadership has become one of the most significant factors in handling this crisis.

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The Journey to a New Branch of Engineering: Episode 2020

3Ai welcomed our co-conspirators to the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra to kick off 2020. How do we reveal a different future? What are we doing in 2020 to bring our thinking to broader audiences?

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ACLF Big Picture Series - The future of universities

Part of the ANU Crawford Leadership Forum 2020, watch experts from across the globe debate the direction of higher education in Australia and the world.

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Effectively supervising remote teams

The Community Wellbeing Team has produced a webinar focused on Supervising Remote Teams. Panellists discuss the common myths and challenges associated with remote work, eight strategies to manage remote teams and practical ways to foster social connection and run great virtual meetings.

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Australia and the World 2018 annual lecture - Australia in the World: Raising our Sights

In the inaugural Australian Studies Institute's 'Australia and the World' annual lecture, Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC, examines how Australia once punched above its weight, regionally and globally, and it can again.

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Australia and the World 2019 annual lecture: Navigating the global economy in challenging times

The Australian Studies Institute presents the 2019 'Australia and the World' Annual Lecture: 'Navigating the global economy in challenging times' given by the Treasurer of Australia, The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP.

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2017 J.G. Crawford Oration: Helen Clark ONZ

Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark delivers the 2017 J.G. Crawford Oration. Ms Clark explores the challenges the world leaders have set in agreeing on ambitious new global agendas for sustainable development, including for tackling climate change.

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"Talking about it" - Uni Mental Health Day

PhD student at ANU Research School of Population Health and mother of two, Adini Pramono, discusses her challenges during COVID-19 and what she is doing to overcome these challenges.

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"Talking about it" - Uni Mental Health Day

In this video ANU PhD student at the Centre for Mental Health Research Isabelle Yujuico, discusses ways we can help support our loved ones during this time. Content warning; suicide is discussed in this video.

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'Talking about it' - Uni Mental Health Day

Listen to Tim McLauchlan, a clinical psychologist at Headspace Canberra, as he walks us through a mindfulness exercise reminding us to take a pause and recognise the sensations, thoughts, behaviours and values we are experiencing.

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National Reconciliation Week - In this together

In line with Reconciliation Australia's theme for the week, In this together, Professor Ian Anderson, Azure Hermes and Dr Virginia Marshall came together on Zoom for the virtual 2020 ANU Reconciliation Week panel discussion to talk about reconciliation and where to from here.

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IDAHOBIT Celebration & LGBTIQ+ Discussion

Hosted by the ANU ALLY Network and the Respectful Relationships Unit, panelists celebrate International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) and discuss how to support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer + communities during COVID-19 response.

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Racism & Discrimination Bystander webinar

Hosted by the ANU Respectful Relationship Unit Manager Sue Webeck, this webinar features experts from the MATE Bystander Program discussing the importance of identifying and responding to racism and discrimination within our communities.

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Party activism and protest outside the convention

Watch Professor Lee Ann Banaszak's presentation on protest participation and the motivation behind it all.

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Seeing Jazz, Hearing Art concert - ANU Jazz Faculty with video projection

Jazz has long had a sensorily evocative history through its traditions of capturing, reflecting and improvising. Join the ANU Friends of the School of Music as we channel this avant-garde spirit in our annual Jazz Concert program "Seeing Jazz, Hearing Art".

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Seeing Jazz, Hearing Art concert - ANU Contemporary Choir

Join the ANU Friends of the School of Music in our annual Jazz Concert program "Seeing Jazz, Hearing Art". Watch the ANU Contemporary Choir, directed by Sally Marett and accompanied by Hugh Barrett on the piano, performing three songs, Woke Up This Morning, Chandelier and Somebody to Love.

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Side by Side Chamber Orchestra - Cannabich's Symphony No.54 in E-flat major

Musicians from the Canberra Symphony Orchestra joined School of Music staff and students in October 2019 to form the Side by Side Chamber Orchestra. Under the baton of distinguished conductor Max McBride, the Orchestra presents Christian Cannabich's Symphony No.54 in E-flat major.

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Side by Side Chamber Orchestra featuring Mia Huang

Musicians from the Canberra Symphony Orchestra joined School of Music staff and students to form the Side by Side Chamber Orchestra in 2019. Guest soloist and student pianist Mia Huang performed Mozart's Piano Concerto k. 453.

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Performance in the Studio with Dr Le-Tuyen Nguyen

Dr Le-Tuyen Nguyen joined Music Technology convenor Professor Samantha Bennett and former H.C. Coombs Fellow and producer Mark Opitz at the ANU School of Music's world class recording studio for a special performance, recording and critical discussion of Dr Nguyen’s Vietnamese guitar works.

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Prospering in a low-emissions world: preparing Australia for the future with Brad Archer

Brad Archer, Chief Executive Officer at the Climate Change Authority, discusses the Prospering in a low-emissions world report which outlines how Australia can succeed whilst accelerating climate action, lowering our emissions, and empowering individuals and communities to act.

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Socioemotional tools for maintaining mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Research School of Psychology and the Black Dog Institute present: Socioemotional tools for maintaining mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Learn about strategies to help individuals and families, including how to stay emotionally well, and foster connections with others.

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The impact of information on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19

The Research School of Psychology and the Black Dog Institute present ‘the impact of information on mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic’. Learn how we consume information, ways we can manage misinformation and explore links between general wellbeing and mental health.

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The fiction of memory

Distinguished Professor Elizabeth Loftus speaks about the fiction of memory at the 2019 Research School of Psychology Annual Lecture. Professor Loftus is a renowned scientist who has had a transformative impact on the science of human memory, criminal justice and the pursuit of scientific freedom.

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Working from home with caring responsibilities

Dr Liana Leach shares insights from her research on family and work, and answer questions submitted from parents and carers in our community. Dr Leach is an ANU research fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.

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