Re-imagining Australia, hosted by the Centre for Human Rights Education, Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute, and the School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts at Curtin University. 7-9 December 2016 at the Western Australia Maritime Museum.
Registration for presenters deadline 17 October 2016.
We acknowledge that the conference is being held on the traditional lands of the Nyungar people.
Curtin University announces a MicroMasters program in Human Rights, designed to advance career opportunities and offer a path to an accelerated masters program.
The Centre's newly appointed Patron, The Honourable Michael Kirby, spends a day at Curtin and gives public lecture at the launch of the Curtin LGBTIQ Collaborative Research Network.
Special edition of the journal 'Cosmopolitan Civil Societies', guest edited by Caroline Fleay and Lisa Hartley, focusing attention on the treatment of people seeking asylum.
The regional impacts of Australian asylum seeker policies: what “stopping the boats” means for people seeking asylum
Caroline Fleay and Lisa Hartley have released the summary report of a workshop convened in August 2015 that explored the regional impacts of Australia’s asylum seeker policies.
Hosted by the Centre for Human Rights Education, Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute, the School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Curtin University.