Recent demonetisation efforts by Narendra Modi have attempted to address underlying issues of power and distribution in India. But have these measures addressed the problem of India's 'black economy' ?
Join us for a special public lecture as renowned academic and author Professor John Harriss (co-author: India Today, Keywords for India) explores the dimensions of political power in contemporary India.
India is one of the world’s oldest and most diverse civilisations and the largest democracy in the world. However, freedom of expression for many Indians is increasingly at risk.
Ritwick Dutta has spent his career focused exclusively on environmental litigation and has supported communities, civil society groups and affected citizens in bringing environmental issues to the court system.
Dr. Haripriya Rangan will use a comparison between environmental concerns in India and Australia as a basis for examining the changing meaning of the term ‘environment'.
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Keywords for India: Environment. Wednesday May 11, 2016.
The Australia India Institute (AII) is delighted to announce a ground-breaking network of post-doctoral positions across Australia for scholars studying India.
The Australia India Institute in association with the Consulate General of India (Melbourne, Australia) was delighted to welcome India's Finance Minister The Hon. Arun Jaitley to Melbourne. In an exclusive appearance, Minister Jaitley participated in a town hall lecture with Professor Craig Jeffrey, Director of the Australia India Institute.
This two hour pop up event is designed for students, staff and faculty at universities and colleges in Melbourne and Sydney who are interested in learning more about India in a relaxed and friendly environment.
The Director of the Australia India Institute, Professor Craig Jeffrey, examined India’s 'youth bulge' in a talk on Monday, 23 November 2015, in the Yasuko Hiraoka Myer (YHM) Room of the Sidney Myer Asia Centre, Level 1, 761 Swanston St, Parkville Victoria 3052.