Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations

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    PhD Research Fellowship Opportunity

    An exciting opportunity has arisen for an outstanding PhD student undertaking research in migration, refugees and asylum seekers to attend a training course in Ireland in May 2017.

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  • Lloyd Cole

    Identity vs Noise:1Dn

    Lloyd Cole returned to the Hawke EU Centre in January 2017 to showcase his latest work - an interactive sound installation.

    Photo gallery available.

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  • Susan Luckman

    Assoc. Director appointed Cheney Senior Fellow at Leeds University

    Professor Luckman will explore how cultural values and social infrastructure can best support creative innovation.

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  • EU Summit Reception

    Global Focus on Migration at the Hawke EU Centre

    Sixty five million and counting…. That’s the number of people comprising economic migrants, asylum seekers and refugees who had been displaced around the world by the end of last year.

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  • Baroness Janet Royall

    Hawke EU Centre Annual Lecture 2016

    The fully booked lecture by Baroness Janet Royall of Blaisdon entitled Europe, the World and the Challenges of the 21st Century is now available for viewing via the Centre website.

    Watch here
  • Europe Now

    Europe Now

    In this series, we look to European Ambassadors for their perspectives on the challenges facing the European Union.

    Episode 3
    H.E. Mr Noel White
    Ambassador, Ireland

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The Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations seeks to develop dialogue and cooperation between the European community and Australia in regards to matters of migration, asylum and refugee protection.

A special focus of the centre concerns the field of migration, asylum and protection issues, and related matters arising in the pursuance of the protection of citizens; the safeguarding of rights; the preservation of borders; and related matters of security and justice.

By pursuing a vigorous program of activities, the Hawke EU Centre’s primary mission is to directly address the political importance of planning and learning through bilateral dialogues, particularly in regard to our shared commitments to the respect and promotion of human rights, fundamental freedoms, democracy and the rule of law, to engage with the political, economic and cultural importance of the EU and its relationship with Australia.

The Hawke EU Centre is a research centre based within the portfolio of the Deputy Vice Chancellor and Vice President: External Relations and Strategic Projects.

Announcements

Anthony Elliott

Hawke EU Centre Executive Director Professor Anthony Elliott appointed new role

In June 2016, Executive Director of the Hawke EU Centre, Professor Anthony Elliott was appointed a new role as Dean: External Engagement in the Deputy Vice Chancellor’s Portfolio: External Relations and Strategic Relations.


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Hawke EU Centre Brochure

The Hawke EU Centre has recently released a new glossy brochure on its purpose and mission

Learn more about the Hawke EU Centre, including its people, research projects, events and other activities related to the centre!

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Contact Us

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Hawke EU Centre

University of South Australia
GPO Box 2471, Adelaide SA 5001

ph +61 8 8302 2949
fax +61 8 8302 2973
email: hawkeeucentre@unisa.edu.au




Areas of study and research

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