SYMPOSIUM
14-16 NOV 2017, MELBOURNE

We are delighted to inform you that registration for the Whose Land Is It Anyway 2017 Symposium are now open. 

The full itinerary is now available on our website. 

Please register your details via this link.

You may also like to attend the Symposium dinner held on Wednesday 15 November at Lady Grange in St Kilda, Melbourne. All delegates will need to purchase a ticket if they wish to attend.

The symposium will also host the book launch of our our special guest from Brazil, Professor Raquel Rolnik, which will be held at the Queen Victoria Women's Centre on Thursday 16 November.  

We hope you can join us in November.

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Associate Professor and VC's Principal Research Fellow
Centre for Urban Research
RMIT University
GPO Box 2476
Melbourne Vic 3001
Australia
p: 03 9925 3585
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I respectfully acknowledge the Elders past, present and future of the Kulin Nations, on whose stolen lands I live and work. 

New book out August 2017!!

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