Global civil society activity in Clayton, Australia
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From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Top 25 over 20 years
Clayton is ranked #15 over a 20 year period,
with 5675 meetings since 2001.
Top 25 in 2021Clayton is ranked #16 in 2021, with 123 meetings.
Organizations based in Clayton
International Society for Anti-Infective Pharmacology Est. 1991
Korean Studies Association of Australasia Est. 1994
National Centre for South Asian Studies, Clayton Est. 1992
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization Est. 1916
Australasian Society for for Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Est. 1989
Membrane Society of Australasia Est. 2009
Australasian Association for Digital Humanities Est. 2011
South Pacific Centre for School and Community Development, Clayton
Centre for International Business, Clayton
Centre for European Studies, Clayton
Asia Pacific Health and Nutrition Centre
Development Studies Centre, Clayton
Australasian Science Education Research Association Est. 1970
International Union of Societies for Biomaterials Science and Engineering
International Federation of Placenta Associations Est. 1994
Australian and South Pacific Association for Comparative Literary Studies
View More profiles (17 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations
Past Events in Clayton
2022 Biennial Conference – Asian Studies Association of Australia
2020 Annual Meeting – International Society for Anti-Infective Pharmacology
2008 Biennial conference – Asian Studies Association of Australia
2001 Conference on biomedical research in 2001 – Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
2000 Annual Conference – Global Trade Analysis Project
1999 Biennial Conference – International Conference on Composite Structures
View More Past Events (6 total) in The International Congress Calendar
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