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30 Aug 2006 The new politics of welfare, Melbourne
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has invited the Hon Dr Geoff Gallop to deliver the keynote speech and Sambell Oration at a BSL conference on social rights and responsibilities in contemporary Australia.

Speaker topics

Towards a genuine Australian understanding
Hon. Dr Geoff Gallop
Professor and Director, Graduate School of Government, University of Sydney

International perspective UK experiences
Tom Bentley
Former Director, DEMOS. Recently appointed Executive Director for Policy and Cabinet, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victoria

Welfare reform
Professor Terry Carney
Professor of Law, University of Sydney

Indigenous disadvantage
Professor Ian Anderson
Centre for Health & Society, University of Melbourne

Tackling child poverty and the role of parents
Tony Nicholson
Executive Director, Brotherhood of St Laurence

Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion including Pru Goward (Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission) and facilitated by George Megalogenis (jounalist for The Australian and author of The Longest Decade).
Venue: Dallas Brooks Hall
300 Albert Street
East Melbourne Victoria
Contact: Joel Supple on (03) 9483 1364


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