[TimorLesteStudies] Re: Timor Leste Studies Association update

Richard Curtain richard at curtain-consulting.net.au
Mon Dec 18 15:38:29 EST 2006

Major publications of Richard Curtain on Timor-Leste in 2006,
available from the author.

*  Viewing  Young  people  as  Assets  in the Development Process: key
findings  of  a  national survey in Timor Leste, with Brent Taylor, 30
March 2006 - available from author - richard at curtain-consulting.net.au

*  The  2006 Crisis in Timor Leste: looking beyond the surface reality
for  causes  and solutions - Revised, 2 November, 2006, State, Society
and  Governance  in  Melanesia Project Working Paper No 2006/1 earlier
version at  http://rspas.anu.edu.au/melanesia/working.php

* Identifying labour market options and pathways for young people in
Timor Leste, 17 October, 2006. available from author - richard at curtain-consulting.net.au

Best wishes,
Richard Curtain

Best wishes,


Please use this email address to reply: richard at curtain-consulting.net.au

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Saturday, December 16, 2006, 12:54:48 AM, you wrote:

> Friends,

> Boas Festas to you and your family. It has been a big year for 
> Timor-Leste with many lessons for everyone to learn from. As 
> researchers we have the opportunity to contribute to the learning by 
> sharing our reflections and research with our Timorese friends. This 
> is one of the aims of this list and I encourage you to consider 
> circulating details of your 2006 publications if you haven't already 
> (simply email* easttimorstudies at anu.edu.au).

> Thankyou to everyone who has posted to the List and shared 
> information during the year. Also thanks to everyone who has 
> supported and assisted with feedback and development of the List and 
> the website - especially John Bowden, Michael Leach and Helen Hill.

> In other news, I wish to advise that in 2007 we plan to formally 
> become an Association. We recently changed our name to the 
> Timor-Leste Studies Association (formerly East Timor Studies) and 
> will be seeking your ideas about how the Association might develop. 
> One of the priorities is increasing awareness that this List exists. 
> As a researcher you will have a network of associates that might be 
> interested and we would welcome them as new members so do circulate 
> this email to your contacts and let them know about the Timor-Leste 
> Studies Association and this List. All the information they need to 
> subscribe (as well as the archives) is available from the website - 
> www.etstudies-aust.org - and please, if you haven't already, enter 
> the details of your research in the researchers database.

> Take care, stay safe and make peace
> Jen Drysdale
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