Past events

26
Mar
2020

CANCELLED - Partisan Activists and Protest outside the 2016 Republican and Democratic Party Conventions

Please note all seminars have been cancelled to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events. About the presenter:...
19
Mar
2020

CANCELLED - Defending Education: A Democratic Role for Courts in Education Policy

Please note all seminars have been cancelled to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading among our community via public and social events.   On January 11th,...
18
Mar
2020

Poland in the EU: Supporting or Contesting the European Order

Over the last several decades, Poland’s role in Europe has been significant though changing considerably. Yet, it is not only the role of Poland within the...
16
Mar
2020

Brexit, Ireland and the Politics of Belonging

The ANU Australian Studies Institute is pleased to host acclaimed Irish author, Fintan O’Toole, for a seminar on ‘Brexit, Ireland and the Politics of Belonging...
12
Mar
2020

Institutional Design and Attitudinal Expectations: Linking Models of Judicial Appointments to Voting Expectations on National Apex Courts

The Impact of Ideology on Judicial Behaviour on the High Court of Australia It is widely accepted outside of Australia that the voting behaviour of justices...
05
Mar
2020

Global Terrorism Index 2019 ANU launch

IEP's 2019 Global Terrorism Index presentation at the Australian National University, Canberra About this Event The Institute for Economics and Peace invites...
05
Mar
2020

Inaccurate politicians. Elected Representatives’ Estimations of Public Opinion in Five Countries

One of the ways in which democratic representation potentially comes about is politicians following up on their perceptions of what the people want. A...

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