Conference of the International Society for Military Ethics: Asia-Pacific Chapter
University of New South Wales Canberra
The Inaugural Conference of APAC-ISME explores 'Diverse Perspectives on Military Ethics in Asia and the Pacific'
The Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society (ACSACS) is proud to host the inaugural conference of the APAC-ISME, the Asia-Pacific division of the International Society for Military Ethics. The conference will bring together academics and practitioners to promote high-quality research on professional military ethics within the regional national security environment.
Featuring presentations by: George R. Lucas Jr. (US Naval War College); Ping-cheung Lo (Hong Kong Baptist University); Toni Erskine (UNSW Canberra); Scott Sagan (Stanford University); Gareth Evans (ANU) Helen Frowe (University of Stockholm); Seth Lazar (ANU), and many more.
$250 (staff rate), $100 (student rate/unwaged).
Conference fees includes:
- Conference programme
- Lunch and refreshments on both days
- Catered reception on the evening of November 7
Accommodation and Venue
The Mercure Canberra, Corner of Limestone Ave & Ainslie Ave, Braddon ACT 2618. Rooms from AUD$230 per night. Ask for the ‘UNSW Government rate’.
The Mercure is located 5 minutes by taxi/Uber, or Action Busses – bus #10, from Ainslie Avenue after Elimatta St., to ADFA on Northcott Drive (12-15 minutes). Busses depart every 30 minutes.
The Novotel Canberra, 65 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra. Rooms from AUD$260 per night—quote reference code UNS061117.
The Novotel is located 10 minutes by taxi/Uber, or Action Busses – bus #10, from City Bus Station Platform 9, to ADFA on Northcott Drive (18-20 minutes). Busses depart every 30 minutes.