The Indian Ocean Futures Conference is being held from 25-28 March 2014 in Fremantle, Western Australia. It is an international conference presented by the Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute Indian Ocean Futures Initiative.
This conference brings together academics, government, industry and communities to discuss the challenges facing the countries of the Indian Ocean rim.
- Tuesday 25 – Friday 28 March 2014
- Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle
- See the conference website (link below)
The Indian Ocean basin is rapidly becoming a powerhouse of economic, social, cultural and political development. The countries and populations around the Indian Ocean rim are already experiencing profound change.
Indian Ocean Futures 2014 brings together academics, government, industry and communities to identify these changes and discuss the challenges for the future of the region and its peoples.
Join us in March, 2014 on the shores of the Indian Ocean in the historic port city of Fremantle for an opportunity to present, discuss and further new approaches to the region, its potentials, challenges and peoples.
The conference is particularly interested in papers that address present and future interrelationships, connections and compatibilities between three major themes and the sub-topics in each:
Communities, identities, texts, communication, the arts, tourism
Environment, climate, ecology, health, resources, spaces
Food, energy, borders, human rights, populations, education, climate, environmental
The conference will include a creative program of performances, exhibitions and displays as well as social events and tours.
For full information on the conference please see the conference website.