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A world at peace with itself

Sunday, 11 November 2018, 2:00 pm5:15 pm AEDT

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.

Tickets

$10 Full / $5 Concession

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PROGRAM
A reflection on Remembrance Day
Dr Anne Elvey, Member, Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy, University of Divinity

 

PRESENTATION
Australia: Dependent Middle Power or Global Citizen
Professor Allan Patience, University of Melbourne

 

INTERACTIVE CONVERSATION ON AUSTRALIA’S PAST AND 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
Earth @ Peace: 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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Date:
Sunday, 11 November 2018
Time:
2:00 pm–5:15 pm
Event Tags:
Website:
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Venue

Islamic Council of Victoria
372 Spencer Street
West Melbourne, VIC Australia
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Organiser

RASP (Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy)
Phone:
0398533177
Email:
gpreece@divinity.edu.au
Website:
https://www.centrerasp.org/

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