The Changing Architecture of Global Governance

The Changing Architecture of Global Governance

The Institute for Human Security at LaTrobe University asked Andrew Hewett, Professor Joseph Camilleri and Professor Robyn Eckersley to discuss the changing structure of global power.

Chaired by Dennis Altman, the panel discuss the potential for alternative models of power, including how civil society can more directly affect worldwide political movements and what role Australia should play.

Who?

Portrait of Robyn Eckersley

Robyn Eckersley

Robyn Eckersley is Professor and Head of Political Science in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne.

Portrait of Andrew Hewett

Andrew Hewett

Andrew Hewett is Executive Director of Oxfam Australia.

Portrait of Joseph Camilleri

Joseph Camilleri

Prof Joseph Anthony CAMILLERI is Professor of International Relations and founding Director of the Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University.

Portrait of Dennis Altman

Dennis Altman

Dennis Altman is Emeritus Professor and Professorial Fellow in the Institute for Human Security at LaTrobe University in Melbourne. 

He is the son of Jewish refugees, and a writer and academic who first came to attention with the publication of his book Homosexual: Oppression & Liberation in 1972. This book, which has often been compared to Germaine Greer’s Female Eunuch and Peter Singer’s Animal Liberation, was the first serious analysis to emerge from the gay liberation movement, and was published in seven countries, with a readership which continues today. (In 2012 University of Queensland Press issued a 40th anniversary edition, and an anthology based on the book, After Homosexual, was published in 2014.) 

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