New partnership to build on relationship
A partnership between the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics (ABLE), the Far West Aboriginal Community Leaders Group (FWACLG) and Far West Coast Community Partnership (FWCP) was formally established on the 6 of March 2023.
Hugh Martin Weir Prize 2023 applications are now open!
Is your research about Australia's involvement in war or the treatment of prisoners of war in any conflict, including the impact on those persons involved, their families, and their communities? Are you enrolled in an Honours thesis or postgraduate program or was your PhD awarded less than three years ago? Then this prize may be for you.
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Temporary Restrictions at Law Library
Due to construction work being carried out on the Napier building from Thursday 3 November to Wednesday 14 December (inclusive), access to the Northern side of the Sir John Salmond Law Library will be restricted.
Evil empire's war crimes
Along time ago in a galaxy far, far away ... child soldiers, super weapons, blockades preventing humanitarian relief and the targeting of civilians depicted the brutality of life in outer space.
Riverland bootcamp boosts agtech innovation
Innovative AgTech ideas will be at the forefront of a bootcamp in the heart of South Australia’s Riverland that brings together the best minds from local businesses, agriculture and schools.
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Amplifying narratives about the ‘China threat’ in the Pacific may help China achieve its broader aims
Yet more proposed Chinese “security agreements” in the Pacific Islands have been leaked.
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Friday essay: grey-haired and radiant – reimagining ageing for women
Ageist thought patterns and reactions are so embedded in Australian culture that even educated people, people who otherwise insist on political correctness, will open their mouths and deliver a hurtful, hateful judgement.
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Could Australia follow Spain by introducing national menstrual leave?
Period pain, especially at work, can be uncomfortable – even crippling – but experts say Australia needs less stigma and more businesses to step up if we want to follow Spain in introducing menstrual leave as government policy.
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Guest Lecture on Japanese Business Etiquette held for Asian Cultures Students
In early May, the Department of Asian Studies invited a guest speaker from Adelaide-based international lean consulting firm, Shinka Management, as part of the Introduction to Asian Cultures undergraduate course.
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