The Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural

Report
The Hawke Research
Institute and the
European Union
Commission:
Pathways of Opportunity
A/Prof Jennifer Rutherford,
Deputy Director HRI
April 2014
Vision and Mission
Hawke, at a glance
RESEARCH NODES
1. Super Diversity and Human Rights
2. Memory and Migration
3. Pedagogies for Culturally Diverse Societies
4. Mobilities, Border Security and Human Rights
5. Faith, Youth, and Urban City Living
6. Community Reactions and Resilience to Disasters
EDUCATION NODES:
* EU Doctoral Enhancement
* Undergraduate EU Teaching and Learning
* HRI Ambassadorial Program
Vision and Mission
Hawke, at a glance
SOCIAL AND POLICY OUTREACH
Vision and Mission
Hawke, at a glance
CULTURAL & COMMUNITY INITIATIVES
 Irish/Ngarrindjeri Dialogues, Reconciliation after Conflict: Land, Sea and Well-Being Camp
Reconciliation
 Border Crossings Art Exhibitions
 Displacement, Uprooting, Resettlement: The Search for Home
 Gateways Regional Art Residency Program
 In a Forest, Unsettling Histories
Vision and Mission
Hawke, at a glance
Relevant Partners and Institutional Connections
Domestic
International
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Hawke Research Institute
The Bob Hawke Prime
Ministerial Centre
UNESCO Chair
Barbara Hardy Institute
David Unaipon School of
Indigenous Education and
Research
Migrant Resources
Network SA
Anne and Gordon
Samstag Museum of Art
Kerry Packer Civic Gallery
Australian
South Australian Art
School Gallery
Experimental Art
Foundation
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Hawke Research
Institute
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Glasgow Refugee, Asylum
and Migration Network
Trinity Long Room Hub
European Mobilities
Network
Normandie Maison de la
Recherche en Sciences
Humaines (ERIBIA)
ISCH COST Action 1203, In
search of Transcultural
Memory in Europe
Mnemonics: Network for
Memory Studies
University of Nottingham
Sociology
Faculty of Humanities,
Utrecht University
Goldsmiths University

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