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DUFFILL, Paul William
 
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Affiliation*
Center for Foreign Language Education and Research English
Title*
Adjunct Lecturer
Research Interests
  • Content and Language Integrated Learning

  • Task-based Language Teaching

  • TBLT

  • CLIL

  • community development

  • problem based learning

  • simulations

  • peace

  • project based learning

  • active learning

  • adult learning

  • human rights

  • university pedagogy

  • Peacebuilding

  • global issues

  • Campus Career*
    • 4 2020 - Present 
      Center for Foreign Language Education and Research   English   Adjunct Lecturer
    • 4 2018 - 3 2020 
      Center For English Discussion Class   Lecturer in English Education(English Discussion Lecturer until March 2020)
    Profile

    Lecturer, Center for Foreign Language Education and Research, Rikkyo University.

    Has previously held teaching and research positions at:

    * Rikkyo Uiversity’s Center for English Discussion Class which included delivering teacher training for new  teachers

    * the Department of Global Innovation Studies at Toyo University teaching and/or designing several academic programs (the Academic English Program which included test preparation, the Global Leaderahip and Internship courses, managing the Department's stand-alone SALC - Self Access Learning Center to improve student’s English

    * the University of Sydney (several departments: the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies which I also co-redesigned two older courses in response to student feedback and the need to offer a unique course offering not available in other Sydney University courses, and more effectively link theory to practice); the Human Rights program in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy, and the Department of History)

    * the Academic English Bridging Program at the Academy of Information Technology Sydney

    * several programs at the Greenwich English College Sydney and Melbourne (General English Program, Japanese Students’ English Pronunciation Program, and the Government-licensed TESOL - Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages - English Teacher Training Program where I was as a trainer for trainee TESOL teachers); and the Department of Psychology at the University of Otago, working as a research assistant and researcher.

    * invited to give guest lectures in university courses in: Hiroshima University, Doshisha University, Ritsumeikan University, Soka University, Otago University, Rikkyo University, Sydney University, and the University of Western Australia. Have also given academic presentations and special lectures at a number of other Japanese, Australian, and New Zealand universities as outlined in "Presentations" below.

    Research and teaching skills and specialties includes:

    • English Lanuage Education 
      • Academic English (Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking including Discussion, Debate and Presentation)
      • using teaching about global issues (Global Issues in Language Education), and teaching using simulations, to enhance English Lanuage Education
      • with research focused on Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT), Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), and Global Issues in Language Education
    • Active Learning at University
      • specialising in: simulations; global issues and international relations pedagogy in university contexts
    • Career Studies, Intercultural Career Skills, and Project Management
      • Career planning
      • Intercultural emotional resilience and independent learning/reflection skills
      • Job hunting skills (CVs, cover letters, interview skills, follow-up)
      • Time management
      • Project management
    • Intercultural Effectiveness / Intercultural communication (including intercultural emotional resilience and independent learning/reflection skills, for example for studying abroad)
    • Theory to practice skills (giving students tools to link theory to practice: "praxis")
    • Political Science (Peace and Conflict Studies)
      • Peacebuilding: international dialogue and intergroup dialogue (Interactive Conflict Resolution, ICR); conflict resolution; the international peace, security and political economy of the Israel-Palestine conflict; Western foreign policy regarding Israel-Palestine; evidence-based peacebuilding policy
      • social movement approaches to peacebuilding and human rights;
      • integration of security, peacebuilding, and human rights; promoting human rights through dialgoue;
      • project evaluation (peacebuilding projects)
    • Communications
      • specialising in public education on international security and peace through the media; journalism in the Israel-Palestine conflict

    Current research projects include developing a meta-methodology for English language learning and teaching at the university-level using simulations (active learning, student-centred advanced role-play exercises that can be used as course capstones) around global issues.

    Academic Reviewer for the Journal of Human Rights Practice (Oxford University) and the Journal of Peace, Development & Communication (Peace and Development Foundation). Former Academic Reviewer and Committee Member for the Journal of Foreign Language Education & Research (Rikkyo University) and Journal of Multilingual Pedagogy & Practice (Rikkyo University).

    Recipient of the Isaac Roet Prize for Fostering World Peace Through a Better Distribution of World Resources, presented by the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam and Economists for Peace and Security, for his research on peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine

    Provides evidence-based policy advice to current and former government cabinet ministers and senior diplomats, and NGOs 

     

    Research Areas

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Education  / Adult learning through simulations

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Foreign language education  / Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Foreign language education  / Global Issues and Language Education

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Politics  / Human rights

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Area studies  / Israel/Palestine

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Politics  / Journalism of international conflict

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Politics  / Peace and Conflict Studies

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Foreign language education  / Task-based Language Teaching (TBLT)

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    Awards

    • 2 2020  
      Video of my Academic English Discussion class teaching, developed as an exemplar teacher-training and curriculum development video, for Academic English Discussion, by the Center for English Discussion and Center for Foreign Language Education and Research, Rikkyo University 

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    • 2 2016  
      Received commendation in the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies 2015 Annual Report for achievements in developing new university curricula and teaching innovations in the areas of International Relations, Peacebuilding and Human Rights 
       
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    • 3 2015  
      Formally nominated by members of the Executive Council of the Sydney Peace Foundation to be invited to be a member of the Sydney Peace Foundation's Executive Council 
       
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    • 6 2013  
      Awarded by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, the Khata, the traditional ceremonial Tibetan silk scarf representing purity and compassion, for services to education in intercultural social justice, at New South Wales Parliament House, Australia 
       
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    • 8 2012  
      Officially invited to take up the formal academic position of Course Coordinator for the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies postgraduate course: "PACS6909 Cultures of Violence" 

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    • 12 2009  
      Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam and Economists for Peace and Security  Isaac Roet Prize for Fostering World Peace Through a Better Distribution of World Resources 

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    • 6 2007  
      As President of the Hokkaido Association for the JET Programme, lead the Association's international education work which awarded the Sempai Award for most support to new international participants by the National Association for the JET Programme 
       
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    • 6 2007  
      As President of the Hokkaido Association for the JET Programme, lead the Association's international education work which was awarded the Most Active Prefectural Chapter Award by the National Association for the JET Programme 
       
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    • 11 2000  
      Formally invited by the Department of History of the University of Otago to consider joining the Honours Class in History 
       
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    Papers

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    Books and Other Publications

    Presentations

    • How to Achieve Political Participation for Positive Social Change: Case Studies and Tools Invited

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      Summit International Institute Seminar (SIIS), hosted by a partnership of Osaka Jogakuin University (Osaka, Japan), along with the International Exchange Centre at Kobe Gakuin University (Kobe, Japan), in partnership with the Summit International Institute (Bujumbura, Burundi). Brought to you by Peace as a Global Language, Japan  7 9 2020 

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    • Peace as a Language Invited

      Tan, E. and Duffill, P.

      Summit International Institute Seminar (SIIS), hosted by a partnership of Osaka Jogakuin University (Osaka, Japan), along with the International Exchange Centre at Kobe Gakuin University (Kobe, Japan), in partnership with the Summit International Institute (Bujumbura, Burundi). Brought to you by Peace as a Global Language, Japan  4 9 2020 

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    • How Simulations at University Can Provide Education To Support Evidence-Based Policy, Good Governance, and Peacebuilding (Panel 3: Politics and Psychology) Invited

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      International Workshop: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Good Governance, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan  7 2 2020 

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    • Indigenous Community Leadership at the Forefront of Evidence-based Peace and Security Policy: A Palestine-Israel Case Study Invited

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      The 19th Annual Peace as a Global Language Conference, Josai University, Tokyo, Japan  1 12 2019 

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    • Using Simulations at University: Teaching Analytical, Practice and Self-Awareness Skills in Intercultural Social Justice and Community Development

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      The Inaugural International Communication and Community Development Conference, Notre Dame Seishin University, Okayama, Japan  17 11 2019 

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    • Using Simulations to Help Students Develop Social Justice Skills

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      The International Association for Japan Studies 14th Convention, Toyo University, Toyko, Japan  1 12 2018 

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    • Innovative Approaches to Teaching Human Rights Advocacy: An Intercultural and Conflict Resolution Approach to Human Rights

      Duffill, P., Lambourne, W., Faire, S., and Manirakiza, R

      9th International Conference on Human Rights Education, Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia  29 11 2018 

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    • Building Human Rights Through Social Movements: An interactive workshop Invited

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      Wake Up Japan Social Justice Youth Forum: What About Human Rights, National Olympics Memorial Youth Center, Tokyo, Japan  20 5 2018 

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    • Evidence-Based Policy for Building Peace in Protracted Conflicts: A Case Study of Israel-Palestine Invited

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      Political Science and Public Policy Programme Public Seminar Series, School of Social Sciences, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand  23 3 2018 

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    • A Short Introduction to Dialogue and Relationship-based Peacebuilding Invited

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      A presentation providing advice for the Toyota Foundation Research Grant Program 2015 project: "Exploring the Art of Living Together in 21st Century Ethnically Diverse Europe"  22 3 2018 

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    • Peace Driving Health: Peacebuilding and Human Rights Theory and Practice as a Bridge to Improved Public Health Outcomes, With Palestine as a Case Study Invited

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      58th Annual Conference of Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine, 32nd Annual Conference of Japanese Society of International Health and Medical Sciences, and 21st Annual Conference of Japanese Association of Travel and Health, University of Tokyo, Tokyo  26 11 2017 

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    • Examining How Indigenous Pacifist Traditions Might Support Conditions for Effective Peacebuilding in The Context of Israel-Palestine.

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      Rethinking Pacifism for Revolution, Security and Politics, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand  22 11 2017 

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    • A Holistic Human Rights – Conflict Transformation Contingency Model for Building Peace: With Civil Society Peace and Human Rights Initiatives in Israel-Palestine as a Case Study

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      BDS – Driving Global Justice for Palestine, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia  28 7 2017 

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    • Civil Society Engagement in Peacebuilding and Human Rights: The LIS/ACTE Model for Conceptualising Planning, Theories of Change, and Evaluation, with the Case Study of Israel-Palestine

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      Peace Studies Association Japan 2017 Spring Conference, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan  1 7 2017 

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    • Innovative Approaches to Teaching Human Rights Advocacy

      Lambourne, W, Manirakiza, R, Duffill, P

      Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop 2017, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia  17 2 2017 

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    • Promoting Peace with Justice in Israel-Palestine: The Contribution of International and Local Civil Society Human Rights and Peacebuilding Practice Invited

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      The Other Possibility of Peace: Workshop of The Research Group On Palestine/Israel Studies of the National Institutes for The Humanities (NIHU) Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East  12 2 2017 

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      Venue:The Research Group On Palestine/Israel Studies of the National Institutes for The Humanities (NIHU) Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East Based in the Research Institute for the Languages and Cultures Of Asia and Africa at the Tokyo University O  

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    • How to Achieve Political Participation of Civil Society? – Potential and Challenges

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      209th Institute for Peace Science Research Seminar and 330th Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation Seminar, Institute for Peace Science and Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima University  21 10 2016 

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    • Potential Contributions to Peace and Human Rights in Israel-Palestine and the Wider Middle East By The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign

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      In the Eye of the Storm: Palestine and the New Media, Telstra Conference Centre , Melbourne, Australia  31 3 2016 

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    • Civil Society Peacebuilding and Human Rights Initiatives in Response to the Israel-Palestine Conflict

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      Marking the International Day Of Solidarity with the Palestinian People, In The Presence Of His Excellency Dr. Izzat Abdulhadi; Professor the Hon. Bob Carr; Senator Lee Rhiannon; The Hon. Tony Bourke MP; and The Hon. Shaoquett Moselmane MLC  29 11 2015 

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    • How Nonviolence and the Boycott Movement Can Promote Conditions for Successful Dialogue and Peace Negotiations: A Peace Researcher and Dialogue Trainers’ Perspective

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      How Does Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Support Dialogue On The Road to Peace in Israel and Palestine?, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia  10 8 2015 

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    • The Contemporary Politics and Practice of Contestation and Restriction Around Social Justice Events at The University of Sydney

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      Historical Materialism Australasia Conference 2015, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia  3 7 2015 

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    • Looking Forward (Alternative Futures For CPACS) Invited

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      The 25+ CPACS Anniversary Forum, The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia  25 2 2015 

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    • Filling the Social Justice Gap: Evaluation Workshop

      Banki, S, Duffill, P., Rice, S., Berg, L., Stubbs, M., Orchard, P., Kerdo, P., Hartley, L., and McGaughey, F.

      Office for Learning and Teaching Grant Project: Filling the Social Justice Gap  22 1 2015 

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      Event date: 22 1 2015 - 23 1 2015

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    • Guest Speaker for Innovation and Development Grants Question and Answer Session With Guests Invited

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      Office for Learning and Teaching Project Management Workshop, Office for Learning and Teaching, Department of Education and Training, Australian Government, Sydney, Australia  16 10 2014 

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    • Promoting Cultures and Values of Peace Through Evaluating and Disseminating Success in Peacebuilding to Cultural Stakeholders

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      International Peace Research Association Conference, Sakarya University, Istanbul, Turkey  11 8 2014 

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    • Guest Presenter Invited

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      The Peace Activist's Journey, The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney and the United Nations Association of Australia, Sydney, Australia  24 4 2014 

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    • Panel Member: New Media New Contexts: Teaching Human Rights Skills Through Simulation

      Banki, S, and Duffill, P

      Human Rights Tertiary Teachers’ Workshop 2013, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia  23 2 2013 

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    • Aikido: Conflict Resolution At Physical, Social and Spiritual Levels Invited

      Duffill, P, Takayasu, S, and Minus, D

      International Peace Research Association Conference, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia  6 7 2010 

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    • A Meta-Intervention for the Israel-Palestine Conflict Incorporating Economic and Social Justice Issues: Isaac Roet Prize Presentation Invited

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      Understanding Peace, Conflict and Violence: Do We Need New Approaches?, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Hague, the Netherlands  8 12 2009 

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    • Psychology in the Classroom and Beyond: A Collection of Cognitive, Behavioural and Social Psychology for Inside and Outside the Classroom

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      Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme 2007 Conference for Recontracting JETs, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations  4 6 2007 

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    • Training JET Participants in Internationalisation Techniques

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      Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme 2007 Assistant Language Teacher Opinion Exchange Meeting, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the Ministry of Education, Sports, Science, Culture and Technology, and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs  1 2 2007 

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    • The Psychology of Culture Shock and Living in and Understanding Japan

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      Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme Hokkaido Mid-Year Conference, Hokkaido Board of Education and the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations, Sapporo, Japan  16 12 2006 

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    • Bridging Traditional Japanese and Chinese Internal Martial Arts and Experimental Science Through a Succession of Experiments in an Experimental Psychology Laboratory Invited

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      Guest lecture in the course: PSYC466 Theory and Research in Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Science, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand  31 3 2004 

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      Event date: 30 3 2004 - 31 3 2004

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    • Filling the Social Justice Gap: Introductory Workshop

      Banki, S., Duffill, P., Stubbs, M., Kerdo, P., Rice, S., Kenny, M., Hartley, L., Berg, L., Orchard, P.

      Office for Learning and Teaching Grant Project: Filling the Social Justice Gap 

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      Event date: 21 1 2014 - 22 1 2014

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    Professional Memberships

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      Global Issues in Language Education (GILE), Special Interest Group, JALT

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      International Peace Research Association

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      Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT).

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      NIHU research group on Palestine/Israel studies

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      Peace Studies Association Japan

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    Research Projects

    • Grant Project: Filling the Social Justice Gap International coauthorship

      Australian Government, Office for Learning and Teaching  Innovation and Development grant scheme (Funding Priority Area: Curriculum Development) 

      Banki, S, Rice, S, Hartley, L, Stubbs, M, Orchard, P, Berg, L, Kerdo, P. P, McGaughey, F, Co-author of grant application: Duffill, P

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      6 2013 - 12 2016

      Grant type:Competitive

      Grant amount:\21150000 ( Direct Cost: \21150000 )

      Grant project number: ID13-3093
      Funding amount: $220,000 Australian Dollars.
      The grant amount above is the equivalent in Japanese yen.

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