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The Edith Cowan Centre for Global Issues (C-Global) focuses on the delivery of high-impact research to solve world challenges in partnership with international organisations and researchers.

C-Global brings together expertise from across ECU for multidisciplinary, collaborative projects with national and international partners. Established in 2015 and based in the School of Arts and Humanities, the Centre has a wide remit to stimulate and foster new research, promote and profile ECU cooperative research excellence, and build capacity in targeted research areas including through mentoring early career researchers. Read more.

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Human Journeys in the Global Era

ECU’s Human Journeys in the Global Era research program was launched in August 2018 with a series of national workshops across Australia, providing a multidisciplinary forum for research on the movement of people across borders in the era of globalisation and the preservation of cultural heritage and history of waves of past migration.

Austria meets Australia

On behalf of ECU, Professor Arthur signed a Memorandum of Understanding for joint research activities and exchanges, between the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and Edith Cowan University.

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Edith Cowan Centre for Global Issues

International linguistics scholar visits C-Global

Professor Nuria Lorenzo-Dus will be visiting the Edith Cowan Centre for Global Issues later this month to strengthen existing ties between ECU and Swansea University.

Perth was the final destination of ECU's C-Global’s Human Journeys in the Global Era travelling symposium.

C-Global hosts International Workshop

Perth was the final destination of C-Global’s Human Journeys in the Global Era travelling symposium. Delegates from around the world attended Border Crossings, a one-day interdisciplinary workshop held at Edith Cowan University in Mount Lawley, as well as guest tours of the campus.

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