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06
Apr
2010

Where are they?

A public lecture by Luis Fondebrider of the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team on the investigation of human rights abuses, presented by the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies and the Embassy of the Argentine Republic. Using forensic anthropology and archaeology, genetics and related sciences, and cooperation from victims’ relatives, the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team sheds light on cases of human rights violations...Read more

30
Mar
2010

Punishing Universally Dangerous Crimes – Universal Jurisdiction in Europe and Australia

This public lecture is now available as MP3: Praised as the centrepiece of international justice or decried as a 'loose use of language,' the doctrine of universal jurisdiction remains contentious in modern international law. At its core, the doctrine provides that a state may exercise jurisdiction over conduct outside its territory where such conduct is universally dangerous to states and their nationals. European states have paved the way in...Read more

29
Mar
2010

The Power of Inclusive Asia - Europe Meetings

Bertrand de Crombrugghe has a Master of Arts in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Washington and a Licence in Law from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven/University of Namur. His diplomatic career includes numerous distinguished posts. Most recently he was Ambassador of Belgium in Moscow, (2008 – 2009); Permanent Representative of Belgium to the OSCE in Vienna (2003 – 2008) including the OSCE Chairmanship-in- Office of Belgium in...Read more

23
Mar
2010

From Imprisoned Guerrillas to National Government: the Rise to Power in Uruguay of the Legalised Tupamaros 1985-2010

Uruguay is frequently considered – and has often considered itself – to be an exception among the countries of the Southern Cone, and for this reason is largely omitted as a case study in comparative examinations of continental phenomena such as the rise of left-of-centre governments in Latin America. On 1 March 2010, all but thirty-five years to the day since his release from prison after thirteen years of detention and torture at the hands of...Read more

10
Mar
2010

European Justice: Judging in the Court of Justice of the European Union

This public lecture is now available as MP3: Judge Aindrias Ó Caoimh, Irish Judge on the Court of Justice of the European Union since 2004, will speak about his experiences as a Judge of the Court and challenges facing the Court under the new Treaty of Lisbon which came into force on 1 December 2009. Biography : Bachelor in Civil Law (National University of Ireland, University College Dublin, 1971); Barrister (King's Inns, 1972); Diploma in...Read more

19
Feb
2010

Inauguration of the ANU Centre for European Studies

The ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences and the delegation of the European Union to Australia invites guests to the inauguration of the ANU Centre for European Studies which will be launched by the Honourable Harry Jenkins MP (Speaker of the House of Representatives). RSVP to europe@anu.edu.au by 12.00pm on Monday 15 February 2010. To view the flyer for this event please see: Inauguration of the ANU Centre for European StudiesRead more

17
Nov
2009

Trade & investment issues for the 21st century: building an agenda for Australia/EU cooperation

Conference Program and abstracts: PDF file, 242KB Keynote speeches The Hon Anthony Byrne MP , Parliamentary Secretary for Trade: " Australia and the EU: Meeting the Challenges of Trade and Investment Barriers Behind the Border ". His Excellency Mr David Daly , Ambassador and Head, Delegation of the European Commission to Australia and New Zealand: " Trade and Investment Issues for the 21st Century " (PDF 500KB). Conference presentations Some of...Read more

26
Feb
2009

2009 Schuman Lecture: EU’s Contribution to Security in the 21st Century

Ms Helga-Maria Schmid, Director of the Policy Unit of the General Council Secretariat of the European Union delivered the 2009 Schuman Lecture on the topic of The European Union’s Contribution to Security in the Twenty-First Century. View a transcript of the lecture . The annual Robert Schuman Lecture celebrates the remarkable achievements of European integration since its modest beginnings in the European Coal and Steel Community in 1951,...Read more

09
May
2008

2008 Schuman Lecture: Security and External Relations in the EU

Professor Robert Jackson , Fletcher Jones Endowed Professor of Government and Director of International Relations at the University of Redlands (USA), delivered the 2008 Annual Schuman Lecture on the topic of Security and External Relations in the EU Dr. Robert Jackson is the Fletcher Jones Professor of Government and International Relations at the University of Redlands in California. He is a Senior Associate at St. Antony’s College and...Read more

13
Mar
2008

The European Union: Australia’s New Business Horizon

About the Symposium Together with Mr Don Kenyon of the ANU’s National Europe Centre, Associate Professor Pierre van der Eng of the School Management , Marketing and International Business organised the two-day symposium The European Union: Australia’s New Business Horizon during 13-14 March 2008. The symposium discussed current issues in the business relations between Australia and the EU. About 60 invited participants from private enterprise,...Read more

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