• This month, Monash is hosting distinguished International Relations academic, Professor Ann Tickner. Professor Tickner said she has been greatly impressed by the conversation and academic rigour of colleagues here at Monash, the inclusion of feminism, gender perspectives and post-colonialism in the body of research Monash academics are undertaking. Professor Ann Tickner is a pioneer in bringing ... Read more
  • Greg Barton, Professor of Indonesian Studies and Director of the Centre for Islam and the Modern World, deliver an address at Monash University. He sets out the historical context for the rise and rapid expansion of the Islamic State and articulates some coherent optional answers to some of these questions. Listen to or watch this talk on the ... Read more
  • The honourable Jenny Macklin MP invited Jo Lindsay to participate in a policy development Roundtable in Brisbane with leaders from academia, the not for profit sector, and business to discuss current and emerging social policy issues in Australia. The roundtable assisted in developing and prioritising a set of policies that will help Australians better manage their ... Read more
  • This post first appeared on the Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective blog. The Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective and Women in International Security New Zealand (see note 1) are delighted that New Zealand has won election as non-permanent member on the UN Security Council beginning in January 2015 until December 2016, representing the Western ... Read more