The “Rohingya” Crisis – Update on the conflict in
Rakhine State and the situation in Bangladesh
Date Monday 26th March 2018
Time 5:30 pm for 6pm start (refreshments 7-7:30pm)
Venue 33 Lincoln Square South, Carlton (Please see the map. Swanston St trams to Lincoln Square, Stop 3)
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Anthony Ware was AMI’s first Acting Director. He is a Senior Lecturer in International & Community Development at Deakin University. Anthony’s current research focusses on post-conflict development prior to negotiated political settlements, as well as related interests in faith-based organisations and inter-religious partnerships in development, asset-based community development (ABCD), and using development assistance to support democratic. Much of his fieldwork is in Myanmar. Anthony is a regular reviewer of journal articles and is or has supervised or co-supervise 9 doctoral students in fields ranging from the impact of political transition on minority rights, to monitoring of NGO development program quality, to microfinance, child sponsorship, and cultural heritage.
Nichola Krey has been a humanitarian for 15 years and is currently the Head of Humanitarian Affairs for Save the Children Australia. Her previous roles as Country Director in Aceh, Vanuatu and Palestine saw her responding to emergencies such as the Asian Tsunami in Aceh, the 2009 Gaza War in Palestine, the Iraqi Refugee Crisis in Syria and Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu. Nichola now heads a team of 25 experienced humanitarians who are deployed to humanitarian crises and natural disasters all over the world.
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