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Why is Anzac one of Australia's most heavily regulated words?

Dr Catherine Bond spoke to ABC's, The World Today, (11 April 2017) regarding her research on the legal restrictions on the use of the word Anzac through history.

Dr Bond said, “The reports back to Australia on the Gallipoli landing started from about the 8th of May and within about three months after that people had started to use it on products and had started to try to register the word Anzac as a trade mark. The first trademark registration was actually in relation to furniture, and that was in July 1915”.

The historical heritage is what unites us as a civilization (Spanish)

Dr Lucas Lixinski speaks to SBS (19 April 2017) regarding this year's World Heritage Day which is dedicated to ecological tourism.

Listen to the interview here.

Turkey and the Netherlands

Professor Fleur Johns speaks to ABC Radio National (13 April 2017) regarding the Turkey President, President Erdogan, and his plans to campaign to Turkish citizens living in the Netherlands.

“It seems to be the case that [Erdogan] is touching a nerve that's already been made raw by the rise of the far right throughout Europe and doing so for his own political gain,” said Professor Johns.

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Learning and Teaching Seminar

Event date: 
27 April 2017
1:00pm to 2:00pm
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UNSW Juris Doctor Information Session

Event date: 
2 May 2017 1:00pm
Venue: 
Room 101, The Law Building, UNSW Sydney Kensington Campus

The UNSW JD provides the basis for admission to legal practice and the opportunity to work in a wide range of careers across a number of industries.

UNSW Law LAT Information Evening

Event date: 
4 May 2017
6:30pm to 8:30pm
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UNSW Law Theatre, G04

Join us on campus as we host the first Law Admission Test Information Evening for 2017.

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