Month: November 2018

Eleanor Bourke1 1Chair of the Aboriginal Treaty Working Group After two hundred years of resistance and resilience, Aboriginal people have begun a revival of cultural practices and the benefits are far reaching. Join Keynote speaker, Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner, Jill...
  • November 23, 2018
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Writing and Publishing ‘Publish or perish.’ Publish better. Publish more often. Publish in more diverse mediums. This, we are told, is vital for a successful academic career. But how can this be achieved? This panel brings together academics who have...
  • November 22, 2018
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Doing it all? Confessions of a Public, Feminist, Activist Criminologist There’s an often-quoted phrase, “Do a job you love, and you’ll never a work a day in your life”. Perhaps more accurately the reality is better captured by the alternative: “Do a...
  • November 22, 2018
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Dr Gerald ONSANDO1, Mr Mamadou DIAMANKA2 1Research Fellow; School of Social and Political Sciences; The University of Melbourne 2Founder and Managing Director; Australian African Foundation for Retention and Opportunity (AAFRO)   The number of African-born prisoners in the state of...
  • November 20, 2018
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Being an effective presenter is increasingly important in the workplace. As technology advances our uniquely human qualities of engagement and interaction remain our key point of difference. Research shows 70% of us see presentation skills as critical for career success and...
  • November 16, 2018
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Increasingly we are told of the need to think interdisciplinary and to consider being flexible in the pursuit of employment in the academy, but rarely does such advice go any further. In this professional development panel, you will hear from...
  • November 16, 2018
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This panel allows for an open and candid discussion between panellists, postgraduate students, early career researchers and potential postgraduate students about key issues, challenges and barriers faced in accessing academia.  In this professional development panel, you will hear from Dr...
  • November 16, 2018
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Mr Ndivho Percy Sithuga1 1University of Venda, South Africa   The study will explores and compares the incidents of vigilantism perpetuated in Thohoyandou and Musina respectively within Vhembe District in the Limpopo province. The word ‘vigilantism’ as utilized in this study can...
  • November 1, 2018
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