Throughout 2015, the Centre for Global Research continued the Global Frictions Seminar Series.
The Global Frictions Seminar Series is a program of free public seminars exploring key issues and debates in the fields of globalisation and social change.
Our aim is to provide an intellectually challenging but accessible and collegial environment for discussion and debate.
Culture and Human Rights: Contest, Consonance and Accommodation
Featuring an all-star line up this panel discussion will examine the ways in which human rights and culture are brought into contestation, consonance and accommodationEvent details Culture and Human Rights: Contest, Consonance and Accommodation
Inside Inside/Outside Outside
The Global Frictions Seminar Series, hosted by the Centre for Global Research, presents â€˜Inside Inside/Outside Outside: Imprisonment and Detention as Political Exclusion’ by Dr Robin Cameron.Event details Inside Inside/Outside Outside
Resistance is Useless?
Featuring an all-star panel of experts, this discussion will consider the scope of global unlawfulness and focus on the actions of states and their agents.Event details Resistance is Useless?
Featuring representatives from leading Australian NGOs and cutting edge researchers, this panel will focus of the concept of â€˜resilience’ and discuss its meaning across various domains.Event details Rethinking Resilience
Rupture and Connection in a Global Age
Are we on the verge of global rupture? Or is the increased coerciveness of states and endless wars the fate of intensifying globalization? Join global experts as they discuss these pressing questions.Event details Rupture and Connection in a Global Age
Srey Mom: Staging the Trafficking Victim in Cambodia
As part of Global Frictions: A Seminar Series hosted by the Centre for Global Research, Dr Larissa Sandy critically explores trafficking narratives in Cambodia.More about this event Srey Mom: Staging the Trafficking Victim in Cambodia
Featuring an all-star Melbourne based panel, the discussion will focus on the recent killings in Paris and Copenhagen and consider various implications for language, culture and globalization.Event details Understanding Charlie