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Monday, June 10 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Dual citizenship in a globalising world

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The issue of dual citizenship is crucial in current citizenship thought and one of considerable importance in contemporary political/policy debates in Australia and internationally. This is of particular importance in the context of global migrations and is also of considerable relevance to Jewish people vis-a-vis Israel.

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Bettina Cass

Bettina Cass is Emeritus Professor of Social Policy in the Social Policy Research Centre, University of NSW. She is Chair of the Social Justice Committee of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies. She does research on disability policies, aged care services and family carers, and social justice policies for adults, children and young people in disadvantaged circumstances. | Bettina Cass was on the Programing team for Limmud-Oz 2013. | |
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Kim Rubenstein

Kim Rubenstein is Professor and Director of the Centre for International and Public Law (CIPL) in the ANU College of Law; Australian National University. Kim's current research projects are at the cutting edge of the intersection between public and international law. She is the co-series editor of the Cambridge University Press series Connecting International with Public law. In 2002 she wrote Australian Citizenship Law in Context... Read More →

Monday June 10, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Scientia Building Gallery 2

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