[Globalsocialjustice] FW: seminar:"Why we love to hate boat
people?" Public Opinion Research Migration and Racism
pduf2593 at uni.sydney.edu.au
pduf2593 at uni.sydney.edu.au
Wed May 16 12:33:08 EST 2012
Dear GloSo members please see below for details of May 24th seminar:"Why we love to hate boat people?" Public Opinion Research Migration and Racism
M +61 424 095 886|E pduf2593 at uni.sydney.edu.au<mailto:pduf2593 at uni.sydney.edu.au>
Global Social Justice Network
Researcher, casual lecturer & facilitator
Project Coordinator: Peace Journalism and Community Based Internet Media
Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
<http://sydney.edu.au/>THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
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Dr Sev Ozdowski OAM, Director of Equity and Diversity
Invites you and your colleagues to the Open Forum
"Why we love to hate boat people?"
Public Opinion Research
Migration and Racism
With Special Guest Speaker
Professor Andrew Markus
Pratt Foundation Research Chair
Of Jewish Civilisation
24th May 2012 -UWS Parramatta South Campus-Building EB.3.35 -Drinks at 5.30pm for a 6.00pm start
Register your attendance at Equity and Diversity<http://www.uws.edu.au/equity_diversity/equity_and_diversity/activities_and_programs/rsvp/_nocache> or phone Debbie Mey on +61 2 9678 7374
[http://www.crc.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/image/0018/18405/uws_photo_professor.jpg]Professor Andrew Markus holds the Pratt Foundation Research Chair of Jewish Civilisation at Monash University and is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
He has published extensively on Australian immigration and race relations. His recent publications include the co-authored Australia’s Immigration Revolution (2009) and Immigration and Nation Building: Australia and Israel Compared (2010).
Andrew heads the Scanlon Foundation Mapping Social Cohesion national research program, which will be conducting its fifth national survey in 2012.
He arrived in Australia as a refugee and has a long standing interest in asylum issues.
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Dr Sev Ozdowski, Director Equity & Diversity, University of Western Sydney, Building AK, Werrington North Campus.
Phone: 9678 7375.
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