Australia’s International Cultural Reputation: How the arts convey our values

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  • Australia’s International Cultural Reputation: How the arts convey our values

    Australia’s International Cultural Reputation: How the arts convey our values

    Australian artists are known all over the world. Our actors win Oscars, our writers are published globally, and our performers tour internationally and enjoy significant fame away from home. Australia art and artists are exported to exhibitions, festivals, and concerts across the world. There, artists connect with foreign populations and their work...

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  • Leaving Home: Seeking Asylum in Australia, Hosted by Rowan Callick

    Leaving Home: Seeking Asylum in Australia, Hosted by Rowan Callick

    AIIAV Young Professionals Forum The debate over Australia's asylum seeker policy has dominated political discussion for over a decade. Yet despite the ongoing and often heated debate, we do not often hear from asylum seekers themselves. The AIIAV Young Professionals Forum has invited two speakers who have successfully sought asylum in Australia to...

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  • How Australia Goes to War: The lessons of the Vietnam Era

    How Australia Goes to War: The lessons of the Vietnam Era

    The Vietnam War was Australia’s longest and most controversial military commitment of the twentieth century. Provoking deep division in Australian society and politics, the war ended in humiliation for the United States and its allies with the downfall of South Vietnam. For years afterwards, anything associated with the Vietnam War, including...

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