Conferences


The Centre for India Australia Studies hosts a number of conferences and roundtable discussions in collaboration with Australian institutions. A number of conferences that the CIAS has hosted or played a leading role in organising include:

"Corporate Governance, Responsibility and Sustainability in India and Australia"


On 18 July 2017, a roundtable was organised by the Centre for India Australia Studies (CIAS) on "Corporate Governance, Responsibility and Sustainability in India and Australia". Professor Bryan Horrigan, Dean of Monash Law School and Mr. Shardul Shroff, Executive Chairman of Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas, spoke alongside other leading academics, practitioners and government officials during this event. The participants discussed the business context and regulatory frameworks for corporate governance, responsibility, and sustainability in both India and Australia. [Read More...]

“Depression: Let's Talk about what we all Should Know”


On 6 April 2017, on the eve of World Health Day, Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences in collaboration with the Centre for India Australia Studies and the University of Melbourne organised a seminar on “'Depression: Let's Talk about what we all Should Know” at India Habitat Centre in New Delhi. This seminar that has brought together psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, counselling therapists and academics from India and Australia who are renowned experts in the mental health sector.

Australian High Commission Roundtable


On 6 October 2016, Reforms and Developments in our legal systems: Australian and Indian perspectives", in partnership with Deakin University, the Centre for India Australia Studies and the National Law University Delhi.

The Centre of India Australia Studies was pleased to partner with Deakin University to organise a productive Roundtable discussion at the Australian High Commission in New Delhi. Attended by legal luminaries from around the country, participants engaged in an interesting dialogue about the existing challenges that exist in our respective legal systems. [Read More...]