This public forum draws an extraordinary group of activists and scholars together to explore globalising forces that create new power sources and unleash new political possibilities.
A two day global symposium hosted by The University of Sydney Law School and UTS Comsopolitan Civil Societies in conjunction with King's College London, University of Cape Town and Actionaid Australia.
This NAIDOC week event is open to UTS staff and students and interested members of the public; it has been made possible with the generous support of the UTS Equity and Diversity Unit, the UTS Communications Program and the History Council of NSW
An ANZAC centenary event organised by the UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre
On the 30th Anniversary of the world's worst industrial accident in Bhopal, India, what does Justice mean for people facing environmental damage in Australia, India, China, Indonesia, Timor Leste and West Papua?
An anthology of stories, memoirs and poetry from some of Australia's leading writers on what has become one of the moral challenges of our times - seeking asylum in Australia.