In an increasingly globalized world, nationalism is on the rise. International law, and international institutions, are in decline. How can scholars of history, politics, and law, help us understand the relevance of international thinking in the 21st century? In this public forum, world leading researchers in the history of international thinking speak about the work they do, and what it can tell us about the world we live in.
This event was held at the University of Sydney on Monday 23 July 2018.
Thursday 26 July
From Australia, to Pakistan, to the Phillipines, this talk will examine the ways in which language plays a role in Indigenous community wellbeing.
Monday 30 July
This event will bring together journalists, reporters and editors to discuss the power of investigative journalism, and how good journalism can change the world.
Tuesday 14 August
They dazzle us, terrify us, nourish us, and fascinate us. They can seem utterly otherworldly, and yet they’re among the more ancient species to inhabit earth. And because of rising ocean temperatures, they are moving.