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Op-Ed
25 October 2016

The Conversation  published this article with the above title. It was also published by the ABC online

Lecture
27 September 2016

This is the fourth of a series of four lectures given at St Michael's on Collins, Melbourne

Below is the PowerPoint presentation which inludes links to several websites.

These highlight important initiatives and projects involving resistance to violence and diverse approaches to conflict transformation, including peacebuilding, peacemaking.

Lecture
20 September 2016

This is the third of a series of four lectures given at St Michael's on Collins, Melbourne

Below are the the PowerPoint presentation and several links:

The first is a link to my website giving details of the book

Why Human Security Matters: Rethinking Australian foreign policy

www.josephcamilleri.org/content/why-human-security-matters-rethinking-australian-foreign-policy

Keynote Address
15 September 2016

Keynote Address

Delivered by Emeritus Professor Joseph A. Camilleri

to Family Relationship Centre Community Dinner

15 December 2016

To view the full text of the address follow the link below.

Lecture
13 September 2016

This is the first of a series of four lectures given at St Michael's on Collins, Melbourne

Below are the the PowerPoint presentation and several links:

The first is a link to video clip in which Waleed Aly speaks out on the issue of Aborignial deaths in custody

www.mamamia.com.au/waleed-aly-aboriginal-deaths-in-custody/

The second is a link to the website of the organisation Animals Australi

Lecture
6 September 2016

This is the first of a series of four lectures given at St Michael's on Collins, Melbourne

Below are the PowerPoint preseentation and two links:

  • The first is a link to the current state of the Doomsday Clock, first established by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in 1947.

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The monument was erected by the Darebin Ethnic Communities Council in honour of all the victims of the crime of genocide and other mass atrocity crimes. The monument also stands a a reminder of crime of genocide inflicted historically upon the Indigenous people of Australia, of which the far-reaching effects are still evident today.

Darebin Ethnic Communities Council

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