Projects

Project
12 October 2015

Ethical consulting for the Global Age

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Project
5 October 2013 to 30 October 2014

The project entailed work with the youth from the Alawi, Alevi and Sunni sects of Islam to cultivate an understanding of and a capacity to positively work on inter-sectarian tensions by directly addressing these issues in a way that respects reverence, difference and diversity.

Project
12 April 2009 to 8 May 2009

Between 12 April and 8 May 2009, Joseph Camilleri led a Centre for dialogue delegation to  the Middle East. The other two members were Research Fellows, Dr Michális S. Michael and Dr Luca Anceschi.

Project
23 May 2007

The Leadership Training Program for Young Muslims was one of the major programs of the La Trobe Centre for Dialogue. It was conceived by Joseph Camilleri, the Centre's Director, and established following representations to the Victorian Government and the strong support offered by the then Premrier of Victoria, the Hon Steve Bracks.

Project
13 September 2004 to 11 October 2004

The course considered some of the most pressing questions facing the Australian Islamic community, including the question of terrorism, the ‘war on terror’, and the so-called ‘clash of civilisations’. Is such a clash the cause of the dramatic events we witness at the local through to the global levels, or are there less emotive yet more critical factors that must be understood?

Project
24 September 2003 to 27 July 2010

A series of 10-week and 6-week courses offered each year with the aim of developing  better community understanding of the dynamics of a rapidly globalising world and Australia's place in it. 

Each year the course attracted between 35 and 70 participants, most of them working in education, government, the professions, media,  and religious and community organisations, as well as a number of students.

Project
23 January 2001 to 27 February 2001

A 6-week course offered by the School of Sociology, Politics and Anthropology at La Trobe University.

This was the sevent in a series of courses focusing on the politics, economy, culture and foreign policies of Asian coutnries, with particular emphasis on India, China, Indonesia, and Vietnam.

Other teaching staff included: Prof Robin Jeffrey, Prof John Fitzgerald, Prof David G. Marr, Dr Herb Feith and Dr Meg Gurry.

Project
11 September 1993 to 11 September 2008

Joseph Camilleri played a key role in the establishment of the la Trobe Politics Society.

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Directed six-year international research project on Democratizing Global Governance (1997-2003). The project attracted over $350 000 in external grants, and resulted in the publication of two books and some 18 papers in internationally refereed journals.