In countries like Myanmar, millions have fled war, violence and persecution. But what power, if any, do our global legal institutions have to enact change?
By Anne Griffin-Appadoo | Business; Business at Curtin; Research; Business, management and law; Social sciences | Leave a comment
Laurelle Neugebauer’s six-month internship in Timor-Leste is believed to be one of the first times that an Australian student has been based at a UN office in a post-conflict state.
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Humanities | Leave a comment
Dr Alexey Muraviev was invited by Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) recently for high-level, bilateral strategic discussion between Australia and Japan.
By Zoe Taylor | Humanities | Leave a comment
PhD candidate adds to Australia’s leading think tank with opinion piece in The Interpreter.
By Zoe Taylor | Research; Humanities | Leave a comment
Sixteen Curtin students took their international relations knowledge beyond the classroom with a weeklong study tour to Timor-Leste.
By Nikky Lee | Campus and community; General; Culture, language and Indigenous; Humanities
Dr Anne Aly recently shared some insights into how Australian-Arab relations can move forward in a time of uncertainty and rapid change.
By Jarrad Long | Research; Culture, language and Indigenous | Leave a comment