Contemporary Europe Research Centre, Melbourne (CERC)
1989-08-01 Melbourne VIC Australia
1 Aug 1989, Melbourne (Australia), as Centre for Soviet and East European Studies, Melbourne. Formally opened 13 Feb 1990. Title subsequently changed to Centre for Russian and Euro-Asian Studies, Melbourne (CRE-AS). Current title adopted, 1997. Ceased to exist, 22 Dec 2009.
Conduct academic conferences, seminars and briefings for Australian business people interested in trade and joint ventures with the EU, CIS and Eastern Europe; offer consultancy and research services to corporate and government sectors; monitor media from the EU, the CIS and Eastern Europe.
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