International Poetry Studies (IPSI) conducts research related to poetry and publishes and promulgates the outcomes of this research internationally.
IPSI publish poetry and interviews with poets, as well as related material, from around the world. Publication of such material takes place in the online journal Axon: Creative Explorations, and through other vehicles, such as special journal issues and IPSI's chapbook series.
Goals include working—collaboratively, where possible—to further the appreciation and understanding of poetry, poetic language and the cultural and social significance of poetry. IPSI organises the annual Poetry on the Move Festival, research symposia, seminars, readings and other poetry-related activities and events.
The IPSI aims to develop new communities of poetry and to make new links between poets wherever they are. It aims to celebrate the complexity and variety of poetry and, while doing so, to bring poetry to the attention of as wide an audience as possible.
The Play Activation Network ACT is an informal collective of people from diverse sectors and organisations in Canberra – including the creative, cultural, educational, health and environmental sectors – who collaborate to make Canberra a more playful, positive and inclusive place.
The Play Activation Network is a co-organiser of the annual Play, Creativity and Wellbeing Symposium.
The CCARN is a network of knowledge, expertise and education in climate change adaptation and resilience at the University of Canberra. This includes the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions as part of any solution. Our goal is to contribute and advance solutions for a more sustainable and resilient future for people and planet.
The network builds on the activities and expertise of multidisciplinary teams across University of Canberra and nationally.