A 6ª conferência do Semestre de Outono conta com a presença de Indra McCormick e é subordinada ao tema “The Indo-Pacific: an Australian perspective”.
No âmbito do International Studies Programme, são realizadas conferências abertas à comunidade com oradores convidados sobre temas específicos no âmbito do Direito Internacional e Europeu e das Relações Internacionais.
Com uma variedade de convidados de diferentes origens pessoais e profissionais, os ISP Dialogues fomentam e encorajam o pensamento crítico, contextos interdisciplinares, e uma abordagem abrangente e humanista tanto do Direito Internacional como do Direito Europeu e das Relações Internacionais.
A conferência realizar-se-á a 29 de novembro, às 11h00, na sala Porsche.
Within the International Studies Programme, open conferences to the community will be held with guest speakers on specific themes within the scope of international and European law and international relations.
With a variety of invitees from different personal and professional backgrounds, the ISP Dialogues will foster and encourage critical thinking, interdisciplinary contexts, and a comprehensive and humanistic approach of both International and European Law and International Relations.
The invitee of the next Dialogue is Indra McCormick, within the theme “The Indo-Pacific: an Australian perspective”
Indra McCormick commenced as Ambassador of Australia to the Republic of Portugal on 11 January 2023. She is also accredited as (non-resident) Ambassador to the Republic of Cabo Verde, the Republic of Guinea-Bissau and the Democratic Republic of São Tome and Príncipe. In the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ms McCormick led teams responsible for relations with Indonesia, liaison with Cabinet, corporate performance and administrative law. She recently served as senior adviser in the Office of the Foreign Minister. Overseas, Ms McCormick served most recently as Deputy Head of Mission at the Australian Embassy in The Hague and held earlier diplomatic postings in Jakarta and Wellington. Outside of Government, she has undertaken consultancies for Unicef in Sri Lanka and the IMF in Indonesia. Ms McCormick holds a Masters degree in Foreign Affairs and Trade from Monash University, a Bachelor of Arts/Law (Honours) from the University of Sydney, and a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice from the Australian National University. She is admitted to practice as a lawyer.
Porsche Room - Américo Amorim Building.