The Globalism Research Centre hosts seminars and lectures that explore and engage in topical debates and discussions on key contemporary issues in globalisation, nationalism and cultural diversity.
Centre for Global Research events
- Global Frictions Seminar Series
- Centre for Global Research Seminars and Events
- Tom Nairn Lecture Series
A Forum to Discuss a Treaty with Indigenous People
Join Aboriginal elders, Treaty campaigners and community organisers to discuss what a Treaty would mean for Australia's first peoples.More about this event A Forum to Discuss a Treaty with Indigenous People
Doing Statebuilding Better?
Are we doing statebuilding better? This Global Frictions discussion panel will explore the notion of â€˜hybridity’ in the study and practice of peace formation in conflict-affected societies.Event details Doing Statebuilding Better?
Questions of Space and Place in the Pacific
Featuring an all-star line up, this Global Frictions seminar will delve into the positives and negatives of urbanisation in the Pacific.Event details Questions of Space and Place in the Pacific
Truth and the Missing in Post-conflict Societies
How do post-conflict societies reconcile the pain and anguish associated with the dead and missing? This high level panel will discuss the practical dimensions of memorialisation and reconciliation.Event details Truth and the Missing in Post-conflict Societies