Please note this list is not comprehensive. In addition to the workshops listed below there have been numerous conference presentations and seminars.

Title People Date and location
Pacific Security Cooperation Joanne Wallis and Henrietta McNeill
Keynote by Ewen McDonald, Head of the Office of the Pacific, Department of Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade
23-24 November 2022
Australian National University
Regional Perspectives Project Joanne Wallis and Maima Koro
With Defence Science and Technology Group and Pacific research partners
8-9 September 2022 
South Australian Museum
Regional Perspectives Project Joanne Wallis and Maima Koro
With Defence Science and Technology Group, Pacific research partners, and stakeholders from Defence, the Australian Defence Force, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and the Office of National Intelligence
13-16 December 2022 
National Wine Centre
Variants of Populism in the 2022 Australian Election Carol Johnson 2-3 July 2022
Old Parliament House, Canberra
Global Development Network Workshop: ‘Interrogating Expertise’ T. Legrand 5-6 September 2022
International Workshops on Public Policy: 'Malign Policy' T. Legrand July 2022
Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism T. Legrand May 2022
London, UK

Technology and Human Behaviour Research Seminar Series 

  • Developing methods to detect and investigate child sexual abuse using biometrics and social network analysis.
  • Understanding youth pathways into cyber-deviance
Russell Brewer, Amanda Taylor and Katie Logos Several dates
University of Adelaide
Lowering the Voting Age in Australia
ERRN national webinar
Lisa Hill  2022
Online webinar
Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia Symposium on ‘Democracy: Risk | Relevance | Revival’
‘The Problem of Election Conspiracism’
Lisa Hill

University of Melbourne

Lowering the Voting Age in Australia’
APSA Annual Conference

Lisa Hill 2022
‘A New Taxonomy of Informal Voting’
APSA Annual Conference
Lisa Hill
(with Rodrigo Praino)
The Political Science Perspective.
National Webinar on ‘Truth in Political Advertising Laws and the Australian Constitution’
Lisa Hill and Mick Sherry (SA Electoral Commissioner) 2022
Australian Association of Constitutional Law
'Blending digital and in-person learning: a promising recipe for engaging courses'
Internal Day on Digital Learning
Cornelia Koch 23 November 2022
Tabor Institute of Higher Education, Adelaide Campus
"I have never studied such a course before.” - The role of digital technology in enabling novel, engaging courses', presented at 'Rethinking and Reshaping Higher Education', HERGA Conference  Cornelia Koch, Phoebe Gunn, Bella Mickan 27 September 2022
University of Adelaide
"I have never done such a course in law before."  The technological and pedagogical revolution - engaging students through flipped, blended, scenario-based, collaborative learning (all at once)', presented at 'Evolution or Revolution? Challenging Legal Education and Scholarship', Australasian Law Academics Association (ALAA) Conference Cornelia Koch 7-9 July 2022
Monash University, Melbourne