Conferences and Major Events
Events from 10 March, 2014
10th March, 20144:00pm - 5:00pm
Veteran New York Times and Reuters journalist Carol Giacomo joins Media@Sydney to talk about the demands of foreign policy journalism
11th March, 20145:00pm - 6:30pm
What is the truth about Rupert Murdoch and his audacious business practices? Media@Sydney and the Department of Government and International Relations invite you to the launch of Emeritus Professor Rodney Tiffen's new book
11th March, 201411.45 - 1.30PM
How do changes in electoral rules affect political representation and the trajectory of democratization? I adopt the perspective that reforms to the electoral system are key mechanisms through which improved representation and democratic consolidation can take place.
13th March, 20146 - 7.30 PM
Since the turn of the century, antipoverty transfers have emerged as a key area of international development policy and practice. Large scale programmes providing direct transfers to households in poverty in middle income countries have made an important contribution to the reduction of global poverty.
28th March, 20143:00pm - 4:30pm
Joyce Nip explores the implications of the Internet on freedom of information and opinion in China through the mechanism of formation of public opinion in a series of corruption cases exposed after the Chinese Communist Party's 18th Congress in 2012.
28th September, 2014 to 1st October, 2014TBA
The annual conference of the Australian Political Studies Association will meet from Sunday 28th September to Wednesday 1st October 2014 at the University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.