Centre for European Studies - Events

05
May
2016

Segue 2016

where Australia meets Europe in Canberra When: 5-15 May 2016 Where: The Street Theatre >> Download the Segue 2016 program (2.8 Meg PDF) Presented by The Street and the Centre for European Studies Segue 2016 is a boutique festival offering up contemporary performance with a European dimension and boasts a fascinating program focused on the creative interplay between the continents of Australia and Europe. This bespoke project scheduled to... Read more

05
May
2016

Segue 2016 - Gosia Wlodarczak performative work stCloud.

As a part of Segue 2016 celebrating the creative interplay between Australia and Europe, Artist in Residence Gosia Wlodarczak will produce an eight-day performative work stCloud. Wlodarczak will draw directly onto glass in various locations including the National Gallery of Australia, The Street Theatre foyer and Canberra Museum and Art gallery. View the artist live at work at the NGA on Thursday 12 May 2016. Gosia Wlodarczak will also giva an... Read more

04
May
2016

Europe Day Public Address: Identity of Europe: to give Europe a soul or "European Narrative"

Dr Erhard Busek is former Austrian Vice Chancellor, Federal Minister for Science and Research and Federal Minister for Education. Among his many current appointments, he is Director of the EURussia Centre, Chairman of the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe and Jean Monnet Professor (ad personam). Dr Busek has a long-standing history and involvement in European affairs and development. He also has an extensive and illustrious... Read more

28
Apr
2016

BREXIT: implications for the UK, the EU and Australia

The ANU Centre for European Studies and the Centre for International and Public Law, in association with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Attorney-General’s Department and the Australian Association of Constitutional Law, will hold a panel discussion on the impending referendum on the United Kingdom’s European Union membership. The panel members will consider the implications for the United Kingdom, the European Union and... Read more

21
Apr
2016

A Global Perspective on the Signing of the Paris Climate Agreement

Ambassadors from the European Union, France, the United States, China, Morocco and Papua New Guinea will come together at a public event at The Australian National University (ANU) on Thursday to discuss their country’s efforts to maintain momentum for the Paris climate conference and COP21 Agreement . The event in Canberra coincides with world leaders signing the COP21 Agreement in New York. The discussion will be moderated by Laura Tingle from... Read more

07
Apr
2016

New Migrations and the Challenges of Integration in Europe, Australia & New Zealand

This expert conference, “New Migrations and the Challenges of Integration in Europe, Australia & New Zealand” seeks to analyse recent developments regarding refugees and temporary migrants in the two regions. Special attention will be given to immediate, multi-level actions to foster integration and long-term strategies. Finally, the event will address the impacts this development has on the societies and ways forward on how to ensure social... Read more

05
Apr
2016

Russian Arctic Strategy under Vladimir Putin: East-West Conflict or Cooperation?

The Arctic is widely considered to be an emerging potential flash point for international conflict over access to, and control of, its riches. Russia’s assertive foreign and military policies in recent years have accentuated this perception. This study of Russian Arctic strategy under Putin proceeds from the notion that Putin’s Russia seeks to regain great power status on the back of its energy wealth, and argues that it will continue to apply... Read more

24
Mar
2016

Exploring the relationship between interpersonal misconduct within organisations and peoples’ understanding of their experiences

In her PhD, Ruth aims to re-evaluate the constructs of bullying, harassment and other interpersonal misconduct in organisations. She supports the view that the constructs have a great deal in common both by defi nition and in the measurement tools used to assess prevalence. What is missing is a real appreciation of respondents’ understanding of their experiences. Th is has implications for the theory and measurement of interpersonal misconduct... Read more

15
Mar
2016

How does the current Russian Standoff with the West compare with the Cold War in the 1970s and in the 1980s

Paul Dibb is Emeritus Professor of strategic studies in the College of Asia and the Pacifi at Th e Australian National University, where he was Head of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre from 1991 to 2004. During the Cold War, as Head of the National Assessments Staff in the 1970s, he was responsible for draft ing Australia’s national intelligence assessments on the Soviet Union. He visited Moscow in 1976 as a declared intelligence offi... Read more

10
Mar
2016

Avoiding Governors: Federalism, Democracy, and Poverty Alleviation in Brazil and Argentina, Dr Tracy Beck Fenwick

With the goal of showing the effect of domestic factors on the performance of poverty alleviation strategies in Latin America, Tracy Beck Fenwick explores the origins and rise of conditional cash transfer programs (CCTs) in the region, and then traces the politics and evolution of specific programs in Brazil and Argentina. About the author Tracy Beck Fenwick is a lecturer in the School of Politics in the College of Arts and Social Sciences, and... Read more

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