2nd Annual Human Rights and Mass Atrocity Seminar

What: seminar When: 19-21 June 2019 Where: Griffith College, Dublin Details: This 3-day certificate seminar examines the following topics: wildlife crimes; child sex crimes; universal jurisdiction; starvation as a mass atrocity; post-colonialism; indigenous rights and climate change; and prosecuting genocide. The seminar is designed to add the view of human rights practitioners and academics on […]

2019 Sir Ninian Stephen Visiting Scholar Public Lecture

The APCML is pleased to extend an invitation to the 2019 Sir Ninian Stephen Visiting Scholar Public Lecture Date: Tuesday 21 May 2019Time: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pmWhere: Melbourne Law School, Theatre G08, 185 Pelham Street Carlton VIC 3053Register: please click here International Law: Art, Science or Alchemy? Sir Christopher Greenwood, GBE, CMG, QC International […]

‘Is Peace Possible in Afghanistan’

On Tuesday, the Australian Institute of International Affairs will host a public lecture considering the possibility of a final breakthrough on peace negotiations in Afghanistan. The speaker, Professor Theo Farrell, will focus particularly on America’s role in this ongoing process, and consider three key questions: Why have previous peace talks failed? What are the Taliban, […]

‘Indonesia and Australia: Prospects and Opportunities’

The Australian Institute of International Affairs is hosting a public lecture on 2 May 2019 in Melbourne with Consul General of Indonesia Ms Spica A. Tutuhatunewa. She will speak on the topic of Australia’s growing bilateral relationship with Indonesia. Full details are available here.

ASPI International Conference: ‘War in 2025’

The Australian Strategic Policy Institute is holding a two-day international conference from 12-14 June in Canberra, focusing on the future of warfare. Some of the key topics which this event will focus on include: key drivers of potential conflict in the next decade; how relative power dynamics between Great Powers are shifting; multi-domain warfare now […]

Women in Defence and Security Network – Speed Mentoring

The ASPI Women in Defence and Security Network and the Australian National University’s Gender Institute will hold a “speed networking” session for women in the defence and security sectors on 14 March in Canberra. The event will give participants access to prominent women mentors working across various related fields, including intelligence and national security, cyber […]

ASPI Launch: 2019 Terrorism Yearbook

Tomorrow on 5 March, ASPI will launch its 2019 Terrorism Yearbook with ASIO’s Director-General of Security, Duncan Lewis AO DSC CSC. This resource contains material authored by regional experts, who provide insight and commentary on counterterrorism policy, legislations, operations and strategy for different areas of the world: https://www.aspi.org.au/event/launch-counterterrorism-yearbook-2019

APCML Conference: Respecting Military Law

The APCML is pleased to announce that it is hosting a 2-day conference entitled Respecting Military Law. Dates: 12 & 13 March Where: University House, Woodward, Melbourne Law School, Level 10, 185 Pelham Street, Carlton, Victoria 3053 Register: click here Program: click here The purpose of the conference is for academics, researchers, and practitioners to […]