Refereed conference proceedings in the Centre for Global Research.
- Anne McNevin, ‘Can refugees add value? Australia’s Humanitarian Migration Stream and the Multicultural Project’, Australian Political Science Association Conference Proceedings, Hobart, September 2012.
- Andy Scerri, ‘Seeing like a city, or …? Towards evaluating ecological modernisation at different scales’, The Australian Political Science Association Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 24-26 September 2012.
- Andy Scerri, ‘Greening citizenship: inequality in the stakeholder society’, The Annual Conference of the Australian Sociological Association 2012: Emerging and Enduring Inequalities, University of Queensland, Brisbane, 26-29 November 2012.
- Damian Grenfell, ‘Modernising Timor-Leste: moving beyond ideology’, TLSA Conference 2011, Dili, Timor-Leste, 30 June–1 July 2011 (forthcoming).
- Martin Mulligan, ‘Towards a community development approach to disaster recovery’, paper refereed and accepted for publication in the proceedings of the International Disasters Resilience Conference, Sri Lanka, 2011.
- Peter Phipps, ‘Performing Indigenous identities and nations across the Pacific’, Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism, London School of Economics, April 2011.
- Yaso Nadarajah, ‘Doing fieldwork in disaster areas—nurturing the embodied for analytical insight’, International Conference on Building Resilience, Kandalama, Sri Lanka, 19–21 July 2011.
- Mohammad Ali Rahimi and Helen Smith, ‘Management of knowledge in transnational VET: Diversity of practice in three transnational models’, AVETRA 14th Annual Conference: Research in VET: Janus—Reflecting Back, Projecting Forward, Melbourne, 28–29 April 2011.
- Andy Scerri, ‘After dualism: green citizenship, stakeholder citizenship?’, Australian Political Science Association Conference, ANU, Canberra, 24–26 September 2011.
- Andy Scerri and Meg Holden, ‘Critical urban sustainability in the “World’s Most Liveable Cities”’, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Session SK4, Wollongong, 3–6 July 2011.
- Helen Smith and Mohammad Ali Rahimi, ‘Modelling of vocational excellence: an international perspective’, AVETRA 14th Annual Conference: Research in VET: Janus—Reflecting Back, Projecting Forward, Melbourne, 28–29 April 2011.
- Supriya Singh and Yaso Nadarajah, ‘School fees, beer and ‘meri’: cash and the mobile in Morobe, Papua New Guinea’, Institute of Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion, University of California, Irvine, USA, 2011.
- Andy Scerri, ‘Sustainability indicators as micro-deliberative innovations: a call for modesty from one of the worlds most liveable cities’, Urban Affairs Association 40th Conference: Sustaining Cities in a time of Globalization; Social, Economic and Political Realities, 10–13 March 2010, Honolulu, Hawaii: Session 084 Sustainability indicators in a global context.
- Kim Humphery, 'Conceptualisations of Consumerism in the New Politics of Consumption', ICAR Conference 3-5 December 2008, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Sydney, 2008.
- Andy Scerri, Martin Mulligan, Kim Humphery and Paul James, 'Towards Meaningful Indicators of Wellbeing: Community Arts, Inclusion and Avowal in Local-Global Relationships, Proceedings of the 2008 Leisure Studies Association Conference-Community, Capital and Cultures: Leisure and Regeneration as Cultural Practice, Leisure Studies Association, Liverpool, 2008.
- Helen Smith, 'RPL in Australian Vocational Education and Training: What Do We Know (About It)?', Papers presented at the AVETRA 2008 Conference VET in Context, AVETRA, Crows Nest, 2008.
- Helen Smith, 'Curriculum and “Training Package”: A Changing Mode of Governance in Australian Vocational Education and Training', International Journal of Learning, Common Ground, Melbourne, 2008.