Events for 20 September, 2018

Transforming Midwifery Practice Through Education 2018

Transforming Midwifery Practice Through Education 2018

Our inaugural Trans-Tasman Midwifery Education conference seeks to create an opportunity to generate and share midwifery educational approaches that transform practice. At the same time, the conference seeks to provide an opportunity to debate and address the challenges facing the sector's ability to provide best practice midwifery education. We invite you to be a part of this exciting and unique event.
LFC Seminar Series: Neoliberalism, Human Rights and the sweetness of commerce

LFC Seminar Series: Neoliberalism, Human Rights and the sweetness of commerce

Jessica Whyte will present her paper entitled "Neoliberalism, Human Rights and the sweetness of commerce" as part of the LFC Seminar Series.
GCI Seminar Series: Tony Beatton and Matteo Sandi

GCI Seminar Series: Tony Beatton and Matteo Sandi

You are invited to the GCI Seminar Series presented by Tony Beatton and
Matteo Sandi:

Age in Cohort, School Indiscipline and Crime:
Regression-Discontinuity Estimates for Queensland

Date: Thursday 20 September 2018
Time: 12pm till 1:30pm - Light Lunch served on arrival
Venue: Building M10, Room 5.02 - Griffith University, Mt Gravatt campus
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: The grid is here - India's government-led energy paradigm and the role of micro-level off-grid providers

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: The grid is here - India's government-led energy paradigm and the role of micro-level off-grid providers

India recently celebrated a significant milestone with respect to energy access when it was announced that 100% of villages in the country were electrified. However, this achievement is diluted by a more sobering reality: 305 million people in India are still without access to electricity. ​This presentation sheds light on this discrepancy, exploring definitions of both "village' and "electrification', which reveal that connections don't equate to access or ​use.
Vietnamese Showcase Cinema: Doi Moi and Beyond

Vietnamese Showcase Cinema: Doi Moi and Beyond

Since Doi moi (""Renovation'') in the late 1980s, Vietnam was opened up to market forces and cinematic practices have responded. Issues of gender have come into focus, and films exploring these themes have emerged from both state studios and private investors.
A Thousand & One Interconnections: Sara Irannejad

A Thousand & One Interconnections: Sara Irannejad

The exhibition presents selected works produced since 2014 as a result of Sara Irannejad's research for a Doctorate of Visual Art.
an unforgetting: Robert Andrew

an unforgetting: Robert Andrew

Solo exhibition from Robert Andrew whose three-dimensional, mechanical devices question and resist the dominant narratives of colonisation in Australia.