Events and excursions

Culture Under Attack - Photographic Exhibition

Hosted by the Australian Red Cross and Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.

You are warmly invited to the opening of the photographic exhibition Culture Under Attack, an exhibition to highlight the need to protect cultural property during armed conflict. The images exhibited in Culture Under Attack highlight the impact of armed conflict on cultural heritage, and the efforts of organisations and individuals who strive to protect such heritage in these conflicts. They represent a call to action that these important laws be understood, implemented and enforced for the benefit of all humankind.

Free event - Registration essential .
IAGS2017 Conference attendees have been automatically registered.


Tuesday, 11 July 2017
The Innes Room, Level 4, Union Building (#21A)
The University of Queensland, St Lucia

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Free film screening of Denial at IAGS2017

Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.

7pm-9pm Wednesday 12 July

Schonell Theatre, The University of Queensland St Lucia campus.

Gold coin donation.

This screening is co-hosted by the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect and TC Beirne School of Law.

IAGS2017 Conference attendees have been automatically registered. Those not attending the Conference can register at the below link.

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IAGS2017 Bus Excursion

Depart UQ Kings College at 7.30 am on Friday July 14 for a day tour in South East Queensland. Our first stop will be Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, one of the Gold Coast’s most popular tourist destinations. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to conserving Indigenous, natural and historic heritage and culture. You will get an opportunity to see koalas, kangaroos and other native Australian animals in natural bushland and rainforest settings. We will then visit the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre where you will see Aboriginal dance performance, traditional fire starting demonstration and take a guided walk to Burleigh Cove to arrive at the Dreaming Mountain, Jellurgal.  Your guide will explain traditional sites used by the Yugambeh people, including an ancient midden and carving stone and share one of the Gold Coast's oldest Dreamtime Stories, 'The creation of Jellurgal'.  Your last stop for the day will be Kangaroo Point Cliffs to see the sun set over Brisbane before returning to the University of Queensland.

Total Cost AUD $100 (registration and payment separate to the main conference)
Lunch included
Numbers are limited

Registrations now closed.

No refunds or cancellations available.