10 December 2013 | Creative New Zealand sought feedback and advice on how it can best recognise and support the arts of the Pasifika peoples and have identified five areas that would make a measurable difference to sustaining the health and vitality of Pacific arts over the next five years.
10 December 2013 | Since the end of the Second World War, Australia has resettled more than 750,000 refugees. This bibliography lists over 1100 articles, books, reports and postgraduate dissertations about the settlement and resettlement of refugees in Australia over that period.
05 December 2013 | This collection of papers presents recommendations for Brisbane's G20 Summit, on the themes of development, financing for infrastructure, trade liberalisation, and the G20 finance process.
03 December 2013 | The findings in this paper allow policy makers around the world to gauge the knowledge and skills of students in their own countries in comparison with those in other countries, set policy targets against measurable goals achieved by other education systems, and learn from policies and practices applied elsewhere.
03 December 2013 | This report uses data and case studies to identify and highlight key Victorian stakeholders, artists and arts organisations engaging in cultural exchange activities with artists and arts organisations in the Asian region.
02 December 2013 | This report argues that the weakness of Indonesian extremists today may be propelling them toward violence as the lack of training, experience or religious credentials leaves attacks as the only way to gain legitimacy.
26 November 2013 | This report argues that the current policies, operational approaches and physical conditions at the Manus Island Regional Processing Centre do not comply with international standards.
25 November 2013 | The report explores how a controversial proposal in Indonesia to amend a 2001 law on special autonomy, that until mid-November seemed to be getting nowhere, was suddenly transformed into a detailed, practical program for improving the lives of indigenous Papuans.
25 November 2013 | New Zealand’s housing market needs urgent reform and the rate of building has fallen below what is needed to keep up with household formation and demographics. This report suggests three reforms to help free up the housing market and augment the supply of new homes.
20 November 2013 | Launched in early 2013 by Murdoch University, the First Murdoch Commission is an independent commission of inquiry into Western Australia and Australia’s role and relationship with the Asian region and resulting in this final report.
22 August 2011 | Aiming to assist women who have experienced human rights violations, and been failed by processes in Australia, this guide can be used to seek redress from international complaint mechanisms.
15 November 2010 | This guide was compiled by Australia's Commonwealth Parliamentary Library to assist Members and Senators as they prepared for the 20 October 2010 debate on Australia's involvement in Afghanistan. It provides indisensable background information and statistics on the Aghanistan conflict and Australia's role in it.
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27 November 2013 | This panel of international and Australian migration experts discussed critical issues, including: people smuggling and trafficking, irregular migration and asylum seeking, 'brain drain' and the emigration of skilled migrants from developing countries, and remittances.
04 October 2013 | Chris Masters discusses the relationship between the Australian Defence Force and the media. Journalists at the front are recording history; but how effectively do they really function as historians?
09 August 2013 | Speakers at RMIT's People and the Planet 2013 conference in July addressed nine interconnecting research themes: Urban Sustainability; Cultural Sustainability; Climate Change Adaptation; Community Sustainability; Globalization and Culture; Human Security and Disasters; Corporate Social Responsibility; Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures and Global Ecologies and Culture.
Launched in 2010 with stories from Western Sydney and the Western Desert, remote Western Australia, the Stories Project delivers "beautiful bursts of cinema, filmed on the streets and sand dunes of Australia".