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Displaying from Friday, May 08, 2015
 May 2015
Friday 08
15:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Radicalisation, Recruitment and the Appeal of the Islamic state Movement : Role of Islam as both a constructive and destructive force More Information
The lecture focuses on the role of Islam as both a constructive and a disruptive force. It also encourages inter-faith dialogue and aspires to building an understanding of Islam and the Muslim society. The central axis of the lecture is the way in which religious thought, individual believers and (...)
Saturday 09
12:30 - EVENT - Confucius Institute Culture Events Invitation : The Chinese Bridge Competition for University Students and Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto More Information
Dear friends, We are happily presenting two cultural events and we hope to invite you to 1. The Chinese Bridge Competition for University Students on 9th May between 12.30-4pm

The Chinese Bridge Competition for Foreign University Students is the largest international Chinese language (...)
Sunday 10
15:30 - CONCERT - Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto : The College is very excited to host our second Annual Chinese Youth Day Festival. Website | More Information
The College is very excited to host our second Annual Youth Day Festival in partnership with the UWA Confucius Institute. Highlights of this year's concert will include The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto and The Yellow River Piano Concerto (movements II & III). Raymond Yong as conductor and (...)
Friday 15
16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Religious Tolerance in an age of extremes : Religious tolerance is a breeding ground for multicultural success while discrimination and ostracism leads to societal failure. More Information
We live today in what some claim to be one of the most religiously intolerant periods in history. Not only are some religious minorities believed to be fomenters of disharmony in other countries but, in our society, they are seen to mix only with their peers, wear distinctly un-Australian clothing (...)

18:00 - FUNDRAISER - Open Mic : It's a chance to tell stories, recite poetry, share reflections and music. The stage is open to all! More Information
Completely FREE but donations for Nepal are graciously welcome! If you're a young musician trying to get people to hear your sound, or perhaps a comedian just starting out; performing at an open mic night is a great way to get heard. You never know who may be in attendance. There are 12 Open Mic (...)
Sunday 17
13:00 - SCREENING - The Ukrainians - Documentary Film : The story of the fraternity, the deeds and the betrayals. Website | More Information
The documentary depicts the struggles which took place at the Donetsk Airport and runs for 82 minutes. The film is in Ukrainian with English subtitles - a must watch! Admission: $15 per person for general public and $10 for teenagers and the university students, children 12 y.o. and younger - (...)
Monday 18
19:00 - FUNDRAISER - Fundraising Auction for Nepal Earthquake Apeeal : Let's join hands in providing help to the people of Nepal who have suffered an earthquake of 8 magnitude. More Information
The 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on 25 April has already claimed the lives of more than 7,000 people with an estimated eight million people affected. The Red Cross is at the forefront of the international response, sending shelter and water and sanitation specialists, setting up (...)
Thursday 21
16:00 - EVENT - Strategic Forecasting in the Middle East:ISIS : Each of the speakers are experts in their flied of work and will provide an interesting and engaging presentation on their perspective of the current situation in the Middle East and it's political future. More Information
Professor Samina Yasmeen is the Director of Centre for Muslim States and Societies. Dr. Leila Mcharek is a honorary fellow at the Centre for Muslim States and Societies at UWA with an impressive background working in Tunisia as a professor, British Embassy Officer and UN Human Rights Officer. Her (...)
Sunday 24
15:30 - CONCERT - Chopin Spree Concert (postponed from 19 April to 24 May) : An afternoon of Chopin's greatest solo piano hits. Website | More Information
An afternoon of Chopin's greatest solo piano hits performed by Resident Music Fellow Raymond Yong and Emerging Artists Anastasia Buettner-Moore and Yiannis Maxwell.

Admission is free, bookings required as there is limited space.
Monday 25
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Religions as Brands Website | More Information
During the twentieth century, religion has gone on the market place. Churches and religious groups are forced to 'sell god' in order to be attractive to 'religious consumers'. More and more, religions are seen as 'brands' that have to be recognizable to their members and the general public. What (...)
Tuesday 26
13:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Unlock Your Power: How your actions can change the world Website | More Information
2015 is a historic year for the movement to end extreme poverty. In September, world leaders will agree on a comprehensive set of Global Goals designed to achieve an end to extreme poverty and a better life for all of the world's people by 2030. Come and hear how your actions can change the world (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Education and Entrenched Disadvantage in Indigenous Communities : Causes and consequences of entrenched disadvantage in Indigenous communities: What the evidence says, and what evidence is missing. Website | More Information
In April 2015 the Committee for Economic Development of Australia released a major report on Addressing entrenched disadvantage in Australia. The report had five substantive chapters - poverty and social disadvantage; persistent disadvantage; early intervention; living with mental illness; and (...)

 July 2015
Monday 06
9:00 - EVENT - Health Program Evaluation RMED4403 : SPH Seasonal School 5 day 6 point unit Website | More Information
Explore the role of evaluation in program design and planning, including determining the implementation process, and outcomes and impacts of healt programs. Evaluations in rural and Aboriginal contexts are considered. You'll be introducted to qualitative and quantitative methodologies and several (...)
Thursday 09
14:00 - EVENT - The UWA Institute of Agriculture 2015 Industry Forum : Where are we heading with the red meat industry? Website | More Information
Demand for protein is likely to increase as global incomes rise. What does Australia need to do to maintain its competitive export market? This year's Industry Forum will discuss the outlook for global demand for red meat and Australia's role in supplying it.

Cost is free but (...)
Monday 13
8:30 - WORKSHOP - Deeble Institute knowledge exchange 3-day short course : Make your research more useful to policymakers Website | More Information
If you'd like policymakers to take more notice of your research, this short course is for you. This 3 day short course on knowledge translation and exchange can help you make your work more accessible and useful to policymakers.

You'll receive training on writing for policymakers and (...)

 August 2015
Wednesday 12
18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Reflections on Australia’s Economic Landscape : Shann Memorial Lecture Website | More Information
Dr Philip Lowe is the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, a position he has held since February 2012. He is also Deputy Chair of the Reserve Bank Board, and Chair of the Reserve Bank's Risk Management Committee. Prior to his current role, he held the positions of Assistant Governor (Ec (...)
Thursday 20
18:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - Challenges, Opportunities and Lessons from South Korean Economic Development : Korean Studies, the Korean Foundation and AIIA present a special lecture followed by discussion. Website | More Information
Prof Heejin Lee (Yonsei University) and Professor Jung Soo Seo(Keimyung University) will present two talks followed by a discussion lead by the Head of Social Sciences and an opportunity for networking.

 September 2015
Tuesday 01
18:30 - EVENT - WXED LAW : The creative contribution of Christianity used to be the pillars of our Law and used to be 'common sense' until recently. Website | More Information
New challenges around minority rights and secularity have produced both bright and dark responses from the church. Can the practise of Christian faith still be good for the Law? Let's unpack the story. This is the final lecture in a series this past month at Trinity. Nibbles at 6.30pm
Tuesday 15
10:30 - EVENT - Leg and foot ulcers community conversation : Tell us your ideas about trialling new treatments. More Information
Researchers at the University of Western Australia are getting together a research proposal to look at a new treatment for leg ulcers they want to trial.

We want to hear the thoughts and ideas of people who have lived experience of leg and foot ulcers about what will be important to (...)
Tuesday 22
13:00 - EVENT - Psychology Colloquium: Ronit Kark: There is still hope for the non-charismatic: The role of leader-follower intimacy in employee's performance More Information
Presenter: Dr. Ronit Kark

Dr. Ronit Kark is a Tenured Senior Lecturer of organizational studies in the Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University in Israel. Dr. Kark received her PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and completed her post doctoral studies at the Unversity of (...)

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