Peace Research Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies

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Peace Research Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies

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  • Peace Research Centre, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies

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Dates of existence

1984 - 1997

History

The Peach Research Centre was established at the Australian National University in 1984. The proposal to set up a peace research institute came from a group of academics, public servants, representatives of voluntary organisations and the Labor government in 1983 as part of a wider policy of Australia's commitment to disarmament.

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research; teaching and learning

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Internal structures/genealogy

Heads of the Centre:
Andrew Mack 1984 - 1991
Trevor Finlay 1992 (acting)
Kevin Clements 1993 - 1995
Professor Ramesh Thakur 1996 -1997

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Entered from deposit description on 16 April 2013

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The Making of the Australian National University 1946-1996 by S G Foster and Margaret M Varghese

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