News

Refine school news with a range of filters

George Floyd was not just killed — he was tortured

25 June 2020

“Well, I saw … what everybody in the world saw, a man being tortured to death while he asked for them to take the knee off the neck because ‘I can’t breathe’.” That is how the lawyer for George Floyd...

Asia illiteracy

28 May 2020

For decades, successive Australian governments have recognised that Asia holds the key to our nation’s economic prosperity and security. Australia has built up massive trading relationships with...

Supporting democratic values and institutions in Southeast Asia

12 May 2020

The Department of Political and Social Change (PSC) has received a doubled level of funding from the Australian Government for a wide-ranging research project on Southeast Asia. This supports the...

Huyen Truong

Shedding light on the Vietnamese LGBTIQ+ movement

30 October 2019

As a recipient of the Ben and Melinda Tria Kerkvliet Southeast Asia Research Award, Huyen Truong has been able to further her research into the LGBTIQ+ community in Vietnam. Huyen hopes to explain...

Japan Update 2019

Changing immigration stance in focus at 2019 Japan Update

4 September 2019

Japan’s rethink on immigration in the face of an impending labour force crisis was in the spotlight at The Australian National University’s annual Japan Update on Wednesday 4 September. In the...

Australia 360

Australia 360 – exploring the big issues that confront us

4 September 2019

Young leaders and professionals gathered with leading researchers, thinkers and practitioners in the majestic Gandel Hall at the National Gallery of Australia on Wed 21 August to take a closer look...

Scholarship for Asia-Pacific research

28 May 2019

Ruth Daroesman Graduate Study Grant Are you a postgraduate student or HDR candidate planning to undertake study or research in Asia and the Pacific? If so, you may be eligible to apply for the Ruth...

Rebecca Gidley and Prajak Kongkirati

ANU illiberalism conference attracts Southeast Asian academics to return to Canberra

12 April 2019

Top graduates from The Australian National University (ANU) have returned to campus to discuss the state of liberal democracy in Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar at the ‘Entrenched illiberalism in...

Peter Cosgrove

CAP fellows receive Australia Day honours

1 February 2019

Two academics from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) have been appointed as Members of the Order of Australia for services to the Asia Pacific. Dr Peter...

Bell School Professor elected President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia

16 January 2019

Edward Aspinall, Professor in the Department of Political and Social Change has recently been elected as President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia. He joins a long list of esteemed ANU...

Pages

Updated:  4 August 2020/Responsible Officer:  Bell School Marketing Team/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team