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Australian Museum Research Institute: Bridging the gap between marine resource managers and research institutions.
Five University of Wollongong Australia (UOW) students enrolled in a Responsible Leadership course toured the United Arab Emirates.
My name is Mohamad Abdalla. I am a Professor of Islamic Studies and Director of the Centre for Islamic Thought and Education at the University of SA.
The Sportswomen for Change Leadership forum welcomed 8 women from Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Qatar, and Bahrain; and 8 Australian women.
Shaun Parker & Company is a Sydney-based dance company that creates humanist dance works that are inspired by the celebration of the human condition.
One of my most outstanding experiences of the #AMEJE18 study tour was meeting with fellow journalists while in Jordan.
Seventeen days, six delegates, two countries, three universities, unlimited learning.
8 women from Palestinian Territories, Jordan, Iraq, Qatar, and Bahrain; and 8 Australian women working to build their communities through sport.
From 14-19 April 2018, five University of Wollongong Australia students enrolled in 'Responsible Leadership toured Dubai' to engage with experts.
The CAAR International Speakers Program supported leading Syrian researcher Zaki Mehchy, the co-founder of the Syrian Center for Policy Research.
The CAAR International Speakers Program supported the University of South Australia’s Professor Abdalla and colleagues visit to Qatar, Oman and UAE.
WOW Film Fair Middle East is the first women’s short film fair that promotes and awards the talents of women directors, producers and cinematographers
AMEJE’s pilot project saw two journalism students from University of Canberra travel to the UAE and Qatar for three weeks.
Our first ever Visiting Fellow, Professor Hamdy Hassan was in Australia from 18 July until 18 August 2015.
The CAAR International Speakers Program supported five leaders from Tunisian civil society to visit Australia for 10 days in July 2015.
Media Students from Swinburne University travelled on an exchange program in the UAE and Jordan.
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