NEWS

ICCP2020 Webinar – Critical transnational conversations on structural violence & radical possibilities

Speakers are: Paola Balla, Jesica Fernández, and Michelle Fine.

PAPER – The mining state abroad: The Australian state’s role in the Australian mining industry in the Philippines

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Highlights The Australian state intervenes in the Australian mining industry in the Philippines. States engage with commodity chains at various points outside their territory. The ‘home’ state of a mining…

PAPER – Theater: Engaging in Critical Thinking about Social Justice

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"Political art can educate, evoke emotions, expose relationships of unequal power, and remind people that working towards social change involves a lifelong commitment. In a time when the value of…

PROJECT – Connecting Aboriginal women to the country through local healing practices

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Team: Karen Jackson, Paola Balla, Rowena Price, Amy Quayle, and Christopher Sonn Researchers have emphasised the need for programs that facilitate cultural renewal, strengthen cultural identity and support healing rituals through research and…

ARTICLE – Were We Critical Friends? Working with Values in Research

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Conceptualising values in research is one thing, negotiating them through the layers of relationships and constraints of a community organisation and a university is something else. This article highlights some…

UPCOMING SEMINARS

CIDRN holds a seminar series on the Footscray Park, MetroWest and City Flinders campuses of Victoria University during the semester periods, as well as public lectures and other events. To receive news about our seminars please ask to be put on our mailing list by emailing us at CIDRN@vu.edu.au.

OTHER EVENTS

ONLINE SEMINAR – Exploring far-right dynamics and local vulnerabilities: insights from three Victorian case studies

ONLINE SEMINAR – Exploring far-right dynamics and local vulnerabilities: insights from three Victorian case studies

Online Exhibition: Affirmation