Australia

  • Comparing Human Rights in Europe and Oceania

    Author: Joanna Siekiera
    E-mail: joanna.axe@gmail.com
    Institution: Warsaw School of Economics (Poland), Victoria University in Wellington (New Zealand)
    Year of publication: 2017
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    Pages: 337-340
    DOI Address: http://dx.doi.org/10.15804/ppsy2017122
    PDF: ppsy/46-1/2017122.pdf

    The 9th International Conference of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland Systems of Protection of Human Rights in Europe and in Australia & Oceania. Warsaw, (April 24-25, 2017), Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce and the Polish Parliamentary Association. 

  • Aborygeni australijscy – zatraceni w cywilizacji

    Author: Agnieszka Kandzia-Poździał
    Institution: Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach
    Year of publication: 2015
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    Pages: 101-117
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/athena.2015.46.07
    PDF: apsp/46/apsp4607.pdf

    ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS – LOST IN CIVILIZATION

    Aboriginal Australians last in the age of perdition. There has been 224 years since the day that Captain Arthur Phillip came to Australia with British convicts. Since then almost every day Aboriginal ‘collide with civilization’ and fight for surviving. All rules of tribal life had to be replaced by new ones. They had to wear clothes, live in houses of bricks, and work. All of this was completely different from the previous life. ‘White civilization’ that has brought the development into the Antipodes has also brought reasons of perdition. Among those: illnesses, which decimate Aboriginal clans, and alcohol, which destroys all residues of ancient Stone Age culture and causes many social problems. For several dozen years, Australian government has been trying to make up for Aboriginal wrong, but programs for improvement of their situation do not work. ‘Civilization’, in social evolutionists’ opinion, should be the highest level of people’s culture, for Aboriginal though it is some kind of abyss in which they cannot or they do not want to find a proper place for themselves.

  • Australia in the Time of Crisis: Multidisciplinary Determinants

    Author: Joanna Siekiera
    E-mail: joanna.siekiera@uib.no
    Institution: University of Bergen (Norway)
    ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0125-9121
    Year of publication: 2020
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    Pages: 223-226
    DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy2020416
    PDF: ppsy/49-4/ppsy2020416.pdf

    The paper reports the conference on Australia, organized by the Polish research association based in Cracow (Australia, New Zealand and Oceania Research Association, ANZORA). The 2020 edition was already the 12th conference entitled Australia in the Time of Crisis: Climactic, Cultural, Economic, and Political Solutions. This year, the co-organizing unit was the University of Łódź, as every year, ANZORA promotes Pacific Studies at different Polish universities. The hosting faculty was the Faculty of International and Political Studies, with its Chair of British Studies and the Commonwealth Countries, as well as the “Australian Studies” Scientific Association. The panelists came from numerous disciplines and eight academic institutions from Poland and three from abroad. In total, there were 21 presenters: young scholars, experienced academics, independent researchers as well as enthusiasts of the Australian continent. Besides the University of Bergen in Norway, foreign speakers represented the Université de Bourgogne in France and the Australian Embassy in Poland. Three diplomatic missions have taken the honorary patronage over the event. Those were the Australian Embassy, the Embassy of New Zealand, and the Polish Embassy in Australia. The supporting institutions were the University of Bergen, the Polish Geopolitical Society, and the Academy of European Careers Foundation.

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