Skip to Content

Centre for Research on Social Inclusion

Migration, Multiculturalism and Nation

Citizenship ceremony - Amanda Wise

Citizenship Ceremony
Photo: Amanda Wise

Cluster Activities

 

 

 

2011 TUESDAY LUNCH TIME SEMINAR SERIES
12.30-1.30pm
Room C5C 372
DATE PRESENTER TITLE OF PAPER
AUGUST 18
NB: this is on Thursday
A/Prof Lynda Yates
Linguistics
TBC
AUGUST 30 Professor Murray Goot
Politics and International Relations
Attitudes to Asylum Seekers: The Polls since The Tampa

SEPTEMBER 13

 

Professor Brian Opeskin
Law
Managing International Migration in Australia: Can Human Rights and National Sovereignty be Reconciled?
OCTOBER 27
NB: this is on Thursday
A/Prof Ellie Vasta
CRSI
Affinities in Multicultural Australia
NOVEMBER 8 Dr Raj Velayutham
Sociology
Everyday Diversity at Work

Upcoming Event

PUBLIC LECTURE: HUMAN RIGHTS, REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS 

Previous Activities

Skilled Migration Workshop CFP

We would like to invite you to contribute a paper to the 3rd Skilled Migration Group/CRSI workshop, to be held at Macquarie University on 22 and 23 November 2010. The theme of the workshop is "Integrating migration into social and economic policies: historical successes and future challenges".
We may be able to offer RA support up to A$500 for MQ staff. We hope you will be available and interested in participating to this event.
We welcome contributions from your PhD students.
For any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Fei Guo (fei.guo@mq.edu.au) or Max Tani (max.tani@mq.edu.au).

Next Migration, Multiculturalism and Nation Cluster Meeting - 17 August

The next migration cluster meeting will be held on 17th August 2010, 1-2pm, in C5C room 303.
The speaker is Max Tani, FBE Economics, who will talk about "international labour mobility and knowledge exchanges: is it better to visit or be visited?"
As usual, the presentation will take 10-15 minutes, followed by Q&A.
We will also discuss the proposed Skilled Labour Group/CRSI workshop (above) and schedule the cluster meetings for September, October, and November. We'll also be calling for volunteers to present their work. PhD students are encouraged.