Elusive dream or achievable goal?
Join us at this public event on Remembrance Day, Sunday 11 November 2-5.15pm, to remember the past and reimagine the future.
$10 Full / $5 Concession
A reflection on Remembrance Day
Dr Anne Elvey, Member, Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy, University of Divinity
Australia: Dependent Middle Power or Global Citizen
Professor Allan Patience, University of Melbourne
Interactive Conversation on Australia’s Past & Future
Emeritus Professor Marilyn Lake, University of Melbourne
Mr Mohamed Mohideen, President, Islamic Council of Victoria
Poetry and Music
Harpist: Cath Connelly
Poets: Alex Skovron, Kevin Brophy and Anne M Carson
Introduction to landmark Conference
”A Just and Ecologically Sustainable Peace“
(23-24 April 2019)
Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri OAM, La Trobe University
On 11 November:
Remembrance Day in honour of those who died in WWI
1854 – The Ballarat Reform League issued: A Manifesto of Democratic Rights and Freedoms
1869 – Aboriginal Protection Act deprived Indigenous Australians of self-determination
1880 – Ned Kelly was hanged
1975 – Governor-General dismissed Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.
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