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.
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.
Organised Crime and Terrorism: An INTERPOL Perspective
18 July; Flinders University Victoria Square
9 & 10 July; University of South Australia
Winter Fest 2018
6 July – 22 July; Port Adelaide
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
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.
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
8 September; Canberra Theatre Centre Playhouse
Science in Action 2018
11 August; Old Bus Depot
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 t...
Back row (L-R): Joel Shrestha (Nepal), Sarah Rippin (Australia Awards South and West Asia), Mahbob Sadi Bhuiyan (Australia Awards scholar, Bangladesh) and Tshering Wangdi (Australia Awards scholar,...
Arifa Jahan Ema, Australia Awards scholar, Monash University (Photo: supplied) Arifa Jahan Ema, from Bangladesh, is a recently mobilised Australia Awards scholar studying a Master of Philosophy at...
Ahmed Hassan, Australia Awards scholar, University of Sydney With the first semester of 2018 about to draw to a close, many Australia Awards scholars are just a few weeks away from completing their...
Australia Awards alumni from the Maldives take a selfie at a Return Home Workshop networking event Social media has quickly become a part of professional and personal life for many. As an internati...
Lynne Williams, pictured front in white, with the new 2018 cohort of Australia Awards scholars from the University of Newcastle. Photo: Lynne Williams The Australia Awards South and West Asia Progr...
Committee members of the Australia Awards Scholars Club at the University of Melbourne (L-R): Saqiba Sheerazi, Ambreen Sharif, Ershad Jan Chowdhury, Sara Ali and Sarah Ejaz Ahmed. Photo: University...
Nisha Singh presents at the Australian International Education Conference in 2017. Photos: Australia Awards South and West Asia Australia Awards scholar from Nepal, Nisha Singh, presented at the Au...
Above: Australia Awards recipients who attended the two workshops held in Canberra in September 2017. Four Return Home Workshops were held last September and October for Australia Awards scholars w...
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...