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ASAA member events on Radio National: Uyghurs in China by LatrobeAsia

Global brands are under pressure to eliminate products produced by the forced labour of China’s Uyghurs . Human rights groups say they’re working in factories which manufacture goods for the technology, clothing and automotive sectors. China denies that the Uyghurs are living in detention centres and working under forced labour conditions but the satellite images …

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Training Course: READING DUTCH FOR HISTORICAL RESEARCH

Date: 11 – 15 and 18 – 22 July 2022 Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm daily Format: In-person (face-to-face) Cost: No course fees required. Age: Adults Location: Seminar Room, Hedley Bull Building, 130 Garran Rd, Acton ACT 2601, Australia Covid management: All participants must confirm that they are up to date with Covid-19 vaccinations. Mask-wearing in class is required. Bookings: Place …

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MISS 2: Investing in the future of language studies by learning from the past

MONASH INDONESIAN SEMINAR SERIES Date: 7 April 2022 at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Venue:      Hybrid event, Matheson Library, Clayton Campus & via Zoom Speakers: Liam Prince & Professor Melissa Crouch In this talk Melissa Crouch will consider the importance of mainstreaming the study of Asia as a complimentary strategy to support language studies. …

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Vale Hugh O’Neill

The ASAA is saddened to hear of the loss of an important scholar of Indonesia, Hugh O’Neill from the University of Melbourne. Hugh O’Neill passed away on Tuesday 15 March a few weeks before his 89th birthday.  In his very self-effacing way Hugh was an important figure in the history of person-to-person relations between Australia …

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