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Registration Now Open for South Australia Model UN Conference

Interested in world politics? Ever seen yourself sitting in the United Nations as a representative of your country? Register now for the 2014 South Australia Model UN Conference, to be held on 21-24 September. Take the role of a UN delegate and debate some of the world’s most pressing current issues. This is an amazing […]

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Compulsory Voting Lecture 24 July 2014

The University of Adelaide Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre and the Public Law and Policy Research Unit invite you to attend the following event: Compulsory Voting Professor Lisa Hill (pictured) from our School of History and Politics will discuss ‘Compulsory Voting: Hazards and Benefits’, whilst Professor Sarah Birch from the University of Glasgow will present ‘Compulsory […]

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STATESMUN: The Australian Delegation to the Harvard National Model UN in Boston

Ever wanted to tour the USA, visit the United Nations Headquarters or participate in the largest international Model UN conference at Harvard University? Next January, you can be a part of the Australian Delegation to StatesMUN, UN Youth’s three week tour of the States. Consult with high level diplomats, politicians and organisations and meet like […]

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EU and Australia in the World: Creating Change, Driving Progress – Public Lecture 9 April 2014

On Wednesday 9 April, the Institute for International Trade with the Hawke Research Institute will co-host a Public Lecture by H.E. Mr Sem Fabrizi, EU Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand. The lecture is titled “EU and Australia in the World: Creating Change, Driving Progress.” The relationship between the EU & Australia is both dynamic […]

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electionobservatory.com, Blogging the SA Election

Students enrolled in the course ‘Media Democracies & e-Participation’ blogged on electionobservatory.com, a short-term public conversation about media and politics, over the contentious pre- and post-SA election period. Initiated by A/Professor Mary Griffiths, assisted by a panel of guest bloggers, the platform linked to media mastheads and an independent news aggregator, all official political party […]

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Why should you enrol to vote? An International Studies student’s perspective

Beau Brug is currently studying a Bachelor of International Studies. We asked him why he thinks young people in particular should enrol to vote in this year’s upcoming Federal Election. Take it away Beau… “Every day local, state and federal governments make decisions that effect you. Every Australian whether they are small or big, young […]

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Strengthening Australian Democracy – public lecture by Premier Jay Weatherill, Tues 16 October 2012

Australian Fabians (SA) and University of Adelaide School of History and Poltics present Premier Jay Weatherill: Strengthening Australian Democracy: Political Discourse and Engagement Date:  Tuesday 16 October  Time: 6.00pm Location: Mezzanine, Level 5, Hub Central This is a free event, however registration is necessary.  RSVP: sa@fabian.org.au or SMS your name to 0400 253 752 Download […]

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