Hawke EU-Journalism Student Internship 2016

The Hawke EU Centre for Mobilities, Migrations and Cultural Transformations seeks to develop dialogue and cooperation between the European community and Australia in regards to matters of migration, asylum and refugee protection, with a special focus of the centre concerning the field of migration, asylum and protection issues.

As part of our mission we seek to provide opportunities for extraordinary students to develop their talents and skills as an intellectual and our inaugural recipient. Bonnie Parker (from UniSA’s School of Communication, International Studies and Languages) was selected as one of these extraordinary students. She has just recently completed her eight week internship at the Hawke EU Centre and produced a significant body of excellent written work. Examples can be viewed below.

  • Interview with Professor Alison Phipps - Hawke EU Centre Visiting Thinker in Residence (read article)
  • Review of Hawke EU Centre Annual Lecture: Europe, the World and the Challenges of the 21st Century by Baroness Janet Royall of Blaisdon PC (read article)
  • Summary of Hawke EU Centre Global Tipping Points and the Role of Research: European Union and Asia-Pacific Migration Summit (1-2 November 2016) (read article)
  • Roundtable One Summary - Global Tipping Points and the Role of Research: European Union and Asia-Pacific Migration Summit (1-2 November 2016) (read article)
  • Roundtable Two Summary - Global Tipping Points and the Role of Research: European Union and Asia-Pacific Migration Summit (1-2 November 2016) (read article)
  • Roundtable Three Summary - Global Tipping Points and the Role of Research: European Union and Asia-Pacific Migration Summit (1-2 November 2016) (read article)

Areas of study and research

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