Australian Centre for Federalism - Events

23
Feb
2021

Boundary or Pandemic Control? Exploring the Use of Subnational Border Restrictions and Closures During COVID19 in Federal Systems

This webinar will explore the use (or, non-use) of subnational border restrictions and closures to control the spread of COVID19 in federal systems. Expert...
10
Sep
2020

APSA 2020 SSW Event | Understanding Australia’s Crisis Coordination

Australia’s 2019-20 bushfires killed at least 33 people, more than a billion animals and resulted in the destruction of thousands of properties and millions of...
05
Feb
2020

The Unsentimental Nation? Early Commemoration of the Australian Commonwealth

Scholars have disagreed about the degree of sentiment that propelled the creation of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. Was Federation a cynical deal...
26
Oct
2018

ANU welcomes participants for International Federalism Conference

Dr Andrew Banfield, Head of the ANU School of Politics and International Relations, and Dr Tracy B Fenwick, Director of the Australian Centre for Federalism,...
24
May
2018

Power Sharing in the World's Largest Democracy: Informal Consociationalism in India (and Its Decline?)

India is one of the most diverse countries of the world but operates with a majoritarian Westminster system and simple plurality, albeit also with a federal...
21
Sep
2017

Brexit and the (Possible) Break-up of the UK: A Study in Failed Federalism

The Australian Centre for Federalism (ACF) and the ANU Centre for European Studies (CES) present: Brexit and the (Possible) Break-up of the UK: A Study in...
26
Apr
2017

30 Years of Argentine Democratization: Consolidation or Recurrent Crisis?

Public lecture presented by the Australian Centre for Federalism (ACF), the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS) and the Embassy of...

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