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Upcoming events in your state: July–September 2018

Kishor Dahal and Dipesh Khanal from Nepal with Fiona McKergow from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at a networking event in Canberra.

Below you will find upcoming events in your state that may be of interest to you. There are events for professional development and networking as well as social events that will provide an insight into Australian life and culture.

Western Australia

Social Impact Festival 2018
29 June – 31 July; various locations, see program online

Joondalup Library Lunch and Learn
2 August – 20 September; Edith Cowan University

Winter Fest 2018
30 June – 29 July; various locations, see program online.

South Australia

Organised Crime and Terrorism: An INTERPOL Perspective
18 July; Flinders University Victoria Square

Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
9 & 10 July; University of South Australia

Winter Fest 2018
6 July – 22 July; Port Adelaide

Victoria

Navigating the Binary between Speech and Silence: Muslim Women in Post-9/11 Australia
18 July; University of Melbourne

The WPS Agenda, The Responsibility to Protect and Countering Violent Extremism
8 August; Monash University

Himalaya Research Day
20 July; La Trobe University

Firelight Festival
28 June – 31 July; various locations, see program online.

New South Wales

Sydney Ideas – The Past and Future of International Thinking
23 July; University of Sydney

Finding Hope and Courage in the Era of Climate Change
6 September; University of Sydney

Engaging Women and the Built Environment
8 August; UNSW

Sydney Fringe Festival
1–30 September; various locations, see program online.

Queensland

UQ Sustainability Week
17–24 August; various locations, see program online

QUT Inclusive Education Forum 
18 July; Queensland University of Technology

Royal Queensland Show (Ekka)
10–19 August; Brisbane Showgrounds

Australian Capital Territory

Annual Freilich Lecture in Bigotry and Tolerance: Professor Tariq Modood
31 July; Australian National University

TEDxCanberra
8 September; Canberra Theatre Centre Playhouse

Science in Action 2018
11 August; Old Bus Depot

Upcoming events in your state: July–September 2018

Upcoming events in your state: July–September 2018

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Building scholar, industry and education connections in Adelaide

Building scholar, industry and education connections in Adelaide

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Scholar spotlight: Arifa Jahan Ema

Scholar spotlight: Arifa Jahan Ema

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Reflections from a completing scholar: Ahmed Hassan, Maldives

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Engaging with Australia Awards on social media

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Interview: Lynne Williams, University of Newcastle

Interview: Lynne Williams, University of Newcastle

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Student clubs and societies: getting involved

Student clubs and societies: getting involved

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Nisha Singh inspires at the AIEC

Nisha Singh inspires at the AIEC

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Class of 2017: Return Home Workshops

Class of 2017: Return Home Workshops

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Upcoming events in your state

Upcoming events in your state

Below you will find upcoming events in your state that may be of interest to you. There are events for professional development and networking as well as social events that will provide an insight i...

04.03.2018