2017 - 2018

Technology and Domestic Violence: Experiences, Perpetration and Responses

This workshop brings together experts in the field of technology-facilitated stalking and abuse to share knowledge and solutions to an emerging issue in the Domestic Violence (DV) arena. It will produce outcomes that will improve our understanding of the significant risk posed to victim/survivors (particularly women and children) by this violence and provide innovative solutions […]

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Basic income: a wicked solution to a wicked policy problem

The purpose of the workshop is to progress basic income debates by exploring the potential for designing strategies and project activities toward implementing a basic income scheme in Australia. The expected outcomes are: strategic development of national policy research agenda on basic income, situating Australia at centre of debates, conceptual framework development, and an edited […]

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Going beyond the crisis response: building trust and maintaining legitimacy for all stakeholders in environmental flows and water governance

Going beyond crisis management: a workshop to develop new tools to build long-term legitimacy for environmental flows programs by bringing together researchers, practitioners and community organizations. This workshop will draw on multi-disciplinary research to identify a new set of tools and metrics to actively support participation and deep engagement, and build and maintain trust between […]

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Women’s empowerment, microfinance and aid in the Asia Pacific: a workshop of policy relevant findings and innovative methods

This workshop of academics and practitioners will discuss and analyse poverty reduction microfinance programs as a strategy for improving the lives of women in the Asia Pacific. Workshop participants will present their experience and knowledge and discuss ways to increase the potential of these programs for the personal, social and economic empowerment of women in […]

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Theorising the dynamics of social service markets: risk, regulation and rent-seeking

Australian governments have marketised publicly-funded social services in the hope of reducing costs, increasing diversity and empowering consumers, but the result has been fragile and fragmented service systems, in which risks of rent-seeking, resource leakage and regulatory capture are high. This workshop will identify risk factors for failure in social service markets, to inform service […]

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Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HASS) ARC Centres of Excellence Workshop

The Australian Academy of Humanities, the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, the Australasian Council of Deans of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities and the Australian Research Council are convening a one-day workshop for potential HASS applicants for the forthcoming ARC Centres of Excellence rounds. The workshop will feature presentations and roundtable sessions with ARC […]

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