3 years ago

When:
10 September, 2015

Location:
The University of Melbourne

Organised by:
Melbourne International Relations Society


Our Lunchtime Lecture series is back, with a lecture on the hot topic of reform in the United Nations Security Council. Should rising powers such as India and Brazil be added to the UN Security Council? Should the veto power of the Permanent 5 be restrained?

Our guest will be Professor John Langmore, a Professorial Fellow with the School of Government at the University of Melbourne. Professor Langmore has a wealth of experience with organisations such as the UN, the International Labor Organisation and the Australian Parliament.

The event will commence at 12pm midday in Theatre A in Old Arts.

This free event is open to all students, both graduate and undergraduate, as well as staff.
If you are interested, you will have the opportunity to become a MIRS member on the day for just $2 for Unimelb students.

Questions?
Feel free to message William Larn or Andrew Collister at graduate@mirs.org.au or contact us via our Facebook page.

We look forward to seeing you there.