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Monthly Archives: October 2015

European Union Prize for Collaborative Learning – eChallenge in Schools Participants

eChallenge in Schools participants were given a presentation by Jane Drake-Brockman, Director of EU Centre for Global Affairs on the importance of the collaborative systems approach to innovation. As part of the presentation, students were shown a Did you Know? video, and were asked to prepare, as a team, two slides on: 1. What did you learn […]

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Annual Grant Program

The EU Centre for Global Affairs announces the allocation for 2015 of a total of AUD58,000 for both full and partial funding of proposed research projects on the basis of a competitive application process. Successful applicants are Professor Kym Anderson (Economics), Joanna Howe (Law), Sujin Kim (Accounting and Finance), Dr Carolin Plewa (Marketing and Management) and William Skinner […]

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Highlights of the new EU Trade Policy, released October 2015

The European Commission has released a new Trade Policy “Trade for All: Towards a more responsible trade and investment policy”. In the opening preface, EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom notes “It is clear Europeans want trade to deliver real economic results for consumers, workers and small companies. However, they also believe open markets do not […]

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Who’s Afraid of Investor-State Dispute Settlement?

Unpacking myths and realities from the FTAs with the US, with China, the emerging Trans Pacific Partnership …..and a future prospective agreement with the EU ….. The EU Centre for Global Affairs, in association with Minter Ellison, is hosting a luncheon discussion to explore the various options for handling Investor-State disputes in the global commercial […]

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Evenings at Elder Hall – Bach’s St Matthew Passion

As a sponsor for what promises to be an unforgettable performance of Bach’s St Matthew Passion, the EU Centre for Global Affairs invites you to join us for an evening at Elder Hall. The choirs and orchestras of the Elder Conservatorium of Music come together under the baton of Carl Crossin to present Bach’s magnificent […]

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TPP – An update from our Visiting Fellow, John Garnaut

So Andrew Robb has stared down the US Trade representative, Mike Froman, to leave the medical intellectual property regime broadly unchanged. “Froman and I got into an arm wrestle on this,” as a bleary-eyed trade minister told me from Atlanta. “We had 10 meetings in 2½ days.” By exhausting Froman into submission, and protecting Australia’s […]

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