Wednesday 01 May 06:00pm
The road ahead for the elected president and Indonesia itself.
Thursday 02 May 12:30pm
Join for a history seminar with Professor Barbara Keys on the subject: 'Do diplomats fall in love? Kissinger, Zhou Enlai, and Emotional Diplomacy'.
Thursday 02 May 06:30pm
Join us on the evening of Thursday 2 May, as our expert panel of reporters, campaigners and politicians debate the media coverage of the hottest issues ahead of the Federal Election. Help make your vote count.
Thursday 02 May 05:30pm
In this public talk, jointly presented by La Trobe LawTech, the IEEE Society on the Social Implications of Technology and the IEEE Computer Society, Dr Andre Oboler from the La Trobe Law School and CEO of the Online Hate Prevention Institute examines the threat of online hate and extremism and the technology, policy and law responses to combat it. Guests are welcome to arrive from 5:30pm, the talk will start at 6pm and will be followed by Q&A and refreshments. Tickets are free, but bookings are essential as space is limited.
Wednesday 08 May 03:00pm
Jade McEwan explores 'What is good service quality? Day service staff's perspectives on what it is and how it should be measured'. Tessa-May Zirnsak looks at 'Understanding systemic and cultural violence against the cognitive disability community: A new theoretical model
Friday 10 May 04:30pm
Dr Christina West presents Exploring Illness through the Expressive Arts: New Possibilities for Healing in Families.
Wednesday 22 May 01:00pm
You're invited to this public seminar as part of the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) seminar series, presenting Dr. Timothy Jones (La Trobe University)
Thursday 23 May 12:30pm
Join us for a history seminar with which Julia Dehm on the subject: 'Righting inequality? A brief history of human rights engagements with economic inequality at the UN'.
Wednesday 12 June 03:00pm
Dr Tal Araten Bergman on Models for Forming and Supporting Circles of Support for People with Intellectual Disability. Dr Robyn O'Halloran on why hospitals don’t measure the patient experience of patients with communication disability?
Wednesday 10 July 03:00pm
Associate Professor Karen Soldatic (WSU) & Dr Michelle Fitts: Sorting myself out of the system: Social Sorting and the Disability Income Support System for Indigenous Australians living with Disability. Plus Dr Ilan Wiesel (TBC)
Wednesday 17 July 07:00pm
Each year the Fairley Foundation partners with La Trobe University to present a free public lecture from a prominent Australian. We are delighted that Julian Burnside, human rights lawyer and author, will present the 2019 lecture, which promises to be a very interesting talk.