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Deakin

(ˈdiːkɪn)
n
(Biography) Alfred. 1856–1919, Australian statesman. He was a leader of the movement for Australian federation; prime minister of Australia (1903–04; 1905–08; 1909–10)
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1903 Alfred Deakin succeeds Edmund Baston as Australia premier.
- The Conversation Greg Barton is Chair of Global Islamic Politics, Alfred Deakin Institute for ?Citizenship and Globalisation
Professor Yin Paradies is Research Chair in Race Relations and Deputy Director (research) at the Alfred Deakin Research Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University.
Alfred Deakin's ( after whom the Australian university is named) dream that the students from Australia and India traverse international borders and form lasting intellectual partnerships.
Reviewed by Robert Kenny, Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University <robert.kenny@deakin.
ACT Science teacher Brad Wilken, from Alfred Deakin High School, was able to travel to remote Henbury Station near Alice Springs.
The first is the resilience of Victorian liberalism (personified by Alfred Deakin) and its capacity to embrace sufficient of the industrial labour agenda to forestall the emergence of political labour as a major force, long after the party had become a vital player in other jurisdictions.
One of the leading founders of a post-colonial Australia, Alfred Deakin, had sought a fresh formulation of 'spirituality' for it.
Prof David Lowe, Director Alfred Deakin Research Institute, addressed the gathering on 'Australia's atomic past, and possible future'.
Their topics include the dilemma of Alfred Deakin and the Liberal protectionists, Labor's view of fusion, confusion in New South Wales, political housekeeping and fusion, whatever happened to Deakinite liberalism or to free trade liberalism for that matter, and Labor's fusion legacy.