Albert Lamberte presents his PhD research on the optimal timing policy of operationalising the Kaliwa Dam in Philippines.
Hon Gareth Evans AC QC presents the launch of Young Soeharto: The Making of a Soldier, 1921-1945, followed by remarks from author David Jenkins and a Q&A session.
The Australia Japan Research Centre and ANU Japan Institute are proud to host the 2021 annual Japan Update conference on Wednesday 8 September.
Toan Nguyen presents new work on intrahousehold allocation.
This seminar is an analysis of reform options for work related expense (WRE) deductions for individual taxpayers in Australia.
Has R&D contributed to productivity in China? The role of basic, applied and experimental R&D activities in China
Sudyumna Dahal presents his PhD research on research and development and productivity.
Hear from Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland, on Scotland’s experience of incorporating the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots law and other children’s rights issues in Scotland today.
This virtual exhibition gives voice through art to the people living in far western New South Wales in 2019 in relation and their experiences related to water justice.
Coastal transitions: Small-scale fisheries, livelihoods, and maritime zone development in Southeast Asia
RE&D visiting scholar, Associate Professor Michael Fabinyi will present his research insights on transitions of small-scale fisheries in southeast Asia.
High vaccination coverage is required before public health measures can be relaxed and Australia’s international border fully reopen
In this seminar the author will present his model on possible eventual public health outcomes (cases, hospitalisations and fatalities) of Phase D, the Post Vaccination Phase (to live with COVID-19: management consistent with influenza or other infectious diseases) of the National Plan to transition Australia’s National COVID-19 Response.