Defence Export Controls updates

But I only got this last Monday, and I’ve been on the road…

Dear subscribers, 

 

Defence Export Controls (DEC) is delivering an outreach program at the University of Adelaide in Adelaide on 22 July 2019; and at the Charles Darwin University in Darwin on 24 July 2019.

 

DFAT will be providing an overview of Australia’s sanctions regimes as part of the whole of government sessions. If you would like to participate, please follow the instructions below to register your attendance.

 

We will advise subscribers of details of our 2019 outreach program once details have been finalised.

 

Regards

 

Sanctions Section

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Sanctions, Treaties and Transnational Crime Legal Branch
Legal Division
 | Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade


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Defence Export Controls Adelaide & Darwin Outreach 2019

Defence Export Controls (DEC) within the Department of Defence is hosting an outreach event at the University of Adelaide on 22 July 2019. This will quickly be followed by an outreach event at Charles Darwin University on 24 July 2019. 

Outreach is aimed at industry and research institutions that are involved in the export, supply, publication or other movement of military and dual-use goods and technology. The goal of this program is to raise awareness of export control law by looking at what is required of exporters, what to expect when applying, and the export landscape. This year, we will be visiting the following cities (having already visited Melbourne and Sydney): 

·         Adelaide – 22 July

·         Darwin – 24 July

·         Brisbane – 24 September

·         Perth – 3 October

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Registration and program details for our upcoming Adelaide event can be accessedhere. 

Registration and program details for our upcoming Darwin event can be accessed here. 

Registration details for each subsequent city will be posted on our website in the coming months. 

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Dear subscribers, 

 

Defence Export Controls (DEC) is delivering an outreach program at the University of Technology Sydney on 11 June 2019. DFAT will be providing an overview of Australia’s sanctions regimes as part of the whole of government session. If you would like to participate, please follow the instructions below to register your attendance.

 

We will advise subscribers of details of further outreach sessions for 2019 once arrangements have been finalised.

 

Kind regards

Sanctions Section

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Transnational and Sea Law Branch
Legal Division

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 
www.dfat.gov.au | DFAT Sanctions website | DFAT Consolidated List

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Dear Sir/ Madam

 

Defence Export Controls (DEC) would like to invite you to attend our outreach event in Sydney on 11 June 2019 at the University of Technology Sydney.

Outreach is aimed at industry and research institutions that are involved in the export, supply, publication or other movement of military and dual-use goods and technology. The goal of this program is to raise awareness of export control law by looking at what is required of exporters, what to expect when applying, and the export landscape.

This year, we will be visiting the following cities:

 

Sydney 11 June

Adelaide 22 July

Darwin 24 July

Brisbane 24 September

Perth 3 October


Registration and program details for our upcoming Sydney event can be accessed here.

 

If you are a regular exporter and familiar with DEC, or attended one of our outreach events in 2018, you may wish to skip the ‘Introduction to Export Controls’ presentation, and just attend the ‘Whole of Government’(from 10.45am) and afternoon ‘Practical Application’ sessions. There is no need to advise us in advance, but please ensure you do register during the morning tea or lunch periods.

Registration details for each subsequent city will be posted on our website in the coming months.

We have taken your feedback from last year into consideration, and are working towards an even better program. However, we still need your input in order to make it more beneficial for you.

We are looking forward to a new year of Outreach and we hope to see you all there.

 

Kind regards,

 

Defence Export Controls

 

Tel: 1800 66 10 66

Email: exportcontrols@defence.gov.au

Internet: http://www.defence.gov.au/ExportControls/