Monthly Seminar


AMI Monthly Seminar Australian journalists’ experience working in or on Myanmar Date Monday 30th April 2018 Time 5:30 pm for 6pm start (refreshments 7-7:30pm) Venue La Trobe University City Campus, Level 2, 360 Collins St, Melbourne, Room 2.11 (Teaching Room 2) RSVP please, for catering purposes. No charge Registrations https://latrobeasia.eventbrite.com.au […]

AMI Monthly Seminar_April 2018



Thank you indeed Joe Lo Bianco for your time and knowledge about “Update on education reform in Myanmar” during the AMI July monthly seminar. AMI always appreciates the attendance at the seminar and special thanks to Prof: Mark Considine and the University of Melbourne for moderating the seminar and providing […]

July monthly seminar



Educational Engagement with Myanmar Date Monday 28th August 2017 Time 5:30 pm for 6pm start (refreshments 7-7:30pm) Venue The Trinity College Gallery, Level 1 Gateway Building, University of Melbourne   100, Royal Parade, Parkville | Victoria 3052, Australia. Directions Tram 19 NORTH COBURG, along Royal Parade and get off at […]

August Seminar


Monthly Seminar Extractive Industries and Social Responsibility Date: Monday 29th May 2017 Time: 5:30 for 6pm (refreshments 7-7:30pm) Venue: The Spot, Level 1 Theatre, building 110, corner of Pelham Street and Berkeley Street, The University of Melbourne. Directions: From Royal Parade by trams 19 or 59, Haymarket stop or from […]

AMI May Seminar




Monthly Seminar An update on the Myanmar by-elections held on 1 April Date: Monday 24th April 2017 Time: 5:30 for 6pm (refreshments 7-7:30pm) Venue: Lectorial Room II, North Wing-556, Art West Building, Parkville, The University of Melbourne Directions: The University can be accessed from Royal Parade by tram 19, Melbourne […]

AMI April Seminar



Monthly Seminar An update on the Rakhine conflict and ‘Rohingya’ issues Date: Monday 27th March 2017 Time: 5:30 for 6pm (refreshments 7-7:30pm) Venue: William Macmahon Ball Theatre, Ground Floor of Old Arts Building at Parkville, The University of Melbourne. Direction : It can be accessed from Royal Parade by tram 19, […]

AMI March Seminar