Global civil society activity in Parkville, Australia
Organizations based in ParkvilleAsian and Oceanian Myology Centre Est. 2001
Joint IUBMB-IUPAC International Carbohydrate Organization Est. 1960
International Research Society for Public Management Est. 2006
IEPA Early Intervention in Mental Health Est. 1996
International Council on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems Est. 1964
Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Est. 2002
International Federation of Psychiatric Epidemiology Est. 1985
International Genetics Federation Est. 1911
Australasian Association for Logic Est. 1964
Asia-Oceania Research Organization in Genital Infection and Neoplasia
Asia Pacific Federation of Pharmacologists Est. 1991
Australasian Epidemiological Association Est. 1987
Crawford Fund for International Agricultural Research Est. 1987
International Society for Fertility Preservation Est. 2008
Oceania Cyber Security Centre
Discourse-Pragmatic Variation and Change Research Network Est. 2012
International Association for Youth Mental Health Est. 2012
Past Events in Parkville
2000 Biennial conference – Asian Studies Association of Australia
1998 Regional congress – International Council for Central and East European Studies
1997 Regional workshop on informatics in the service of engineering education and energy education for sustainable development in South East Asia and the Pacific – Regional Informatics Network for Southeast Asia and the Pacific
1997 International symposium on the contribution of psychology to peace – International Union of Psychological Science
1996 International conference on the media, ethnic and racial conflict – International Conflict Resolution Centre, Melbourne
1990 International conference on low vision
1986 International bankers summer school and centenary celebration
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