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24 April 1997 to 27 April 1997

Title of Paper

'The Security Landscape in East and Southeast Asia'

14 November 1997 to 15 November 1997

Title of Paper

The Human Rights Deficit in Australia's Foreign Policy

16 April 2008

Title of presentation 

The Mounting Costs of Empire – The Iraq War 

The 2-day Conference was held on 15-16 April 2007 at Customs House, Sydney

4 July 1997 to 6 July 1997

As religious cultural communities in the Asia-Pacific region respond to globalisation, some of the more thoughtful elements are discovering that despite their considerable differences, they share a number of perspectives in regard to the environment, economy, consumption, political conduct, community wellbeing and the dignity of the human person.

2 July 1995 to 6 July 1995

This was a major international conference hosted by La Trobe University to mark the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. the conference, convened by Joseph Camilleri, examined issues relating to democracy, security and regionalism, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. The conference brought together sdome fo the world's leading scholars, policy-makers and NGO representatives to examine the UN's structure, performance and agenda.

6 August 1993 to 8 August 1993

The Conference, convened by Joseph Camilleri, examined the role of the state and its relationship to nation and community on the one and to the changing international environment on the other. The Conference featured presentations by some thirty leading international and Australian scholars, with Professor R. B. J. Walker as the keynote speaker.

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6 December 2007 to 7 December 2007

The Conference, convened by Joseph Camilleri, was a sequel to a number of other workshops and symposia that have been organised in collaboration with other institutions in Europe and Asia. They formed part of a larger research programme Europe and Asia between Islam and the United States: The Politics of Transition.

This Conference focused on the interaction of three key dualities:

20 August 1987 to 21 August 1987

Paper presented at the New England Seminar in Social Science — Perspectives on Peace, 20 August 1987

25 May 2015 to 26 May 2015

The Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research and The National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies University of Otago, concerned at the lack of a nuanced response to recent incidents of political violence in the Middle East and elsewhere co-hosted a "Brainstorming" workshop on Islam and Nonviolence in Tokyo, Japan, on May 25-26, 2015. 

More details amy be viewed here

28 September 2015

Professor Camilleri presented a paper at the Symposium on 'Ecology and Peace: Responding to the Ethos of Domination'. The symposium was held at Trinity College, University of Melbourne.