Added 15 March 2018

Stiff Gins

A Musical Farewell

Celebrate fellowship and community with a spine-tingling performance by the Stiff Gins.

Added 30 May 2017

Prof. Martin Krygier

From Hanson to Hanson: What a difference 20 years makes

In 1997, law professor Martin Krygier delivered his Boyer lectures, Between Fear and Hope: Hybrid Thoughts on Public Values. He could see back in 1997 where Australia was pointing, and he's had 20 years to think it over and tweak the model.

Added 30 May 2017

Andrew Denton, Virginia Trioli

Joan Kirner Social Justice Oration

"Everyone is entitled to a healthy death!" However good our public health care, however careful we are of our diet, however low the road toll falls, the all-causes death rate is, eventually, 100%. However far off the horizon looks for you now, we'll all have to to go through that vanishing point, and we should all take an interest in the boundary conditions. It's the biggest social justice issue of your life.

Added 30 May 2017

Brett de Hoedt, Luke Hilakari, Rodney Croome AM, Dr Sonja Hood, Matthew Phillips, Katerina Gaita

Power to the People: Creating change from the ground up

There's more than one way to win a spat - and you need to be adept at all of them. Politics is a competition of ideas, and the community sector can't shy away.

Added 30 May 2017

Dr Sandhya Ramrakha

This is Health: This is Healthy Communities: This is World Leading

The Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study is one of the most detailed studies of human health and development ever taken. This world-renowned study has followed the same group of more than 1000 New Zealanders since their births in 1972, delivering fascinating insights on medical and social development. Find out more in this fascinating keynote.

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