Forthcoming Topics

    4th September 2014

    THE NEW HORRORS OF ISRAEL'S WAR ON GAZA

  • Antony Loewenstein, Independent journalist, author and Guardian columnist; 
  • Professor Joseph Pugliese, Dept Media, Music, Communication & Cultural Studies, Macquarie Uni & author State Violence & the Execution of Law
  • 11th September 2014

    THE ABBOTT GOVERNMENT'S REFUGEE POLICY REACHING UNPRECEDENTED LEVELS OF BARBARISM - WHAT IS THE STAND THE LABOR OPPOSITION & THE HIGH COURT SHOULD TAKE?

  • Dr Lucy Fiske, Chancellor's Post Doctoral Fellow, UTS, Sydney; 
  • Dr Joyce Chia, Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, University of New South Wales; 
  • 18th September 2014

    MEDICARE: AUSTRALIA'S KEY PLANK FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE NOW UNDER THREAT BY THE ABBOTT GOVERNMENT

  • Professor John Dwyer, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of New South Wales; 
  • Dr Con Costa, National President, Doctors Reform Society; 
  • 25th September 2014

    SYRIA & IRAQ - AN UPDATE

  • Dr Noah Bassil, Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations, Macquarie University; 
  • Professor Ahmed Shboul, Department of Arabic & Semitic Studies, Sydney University; 
  • 2nd October 2014

    AN EVENING WITH GREG COMBET, FORMER FEDERAL LABOR MINISTER

  • Greg Combet, Former Federal Labor Minister (including Portfolios Climate Change & Industry); 
  • in conversation with Frank Stilwell, Sydney University; 

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2014 Wheelwright lecture in Political Economy

Leo Panitch

Professor of Political Science at York University, Canada

"Whose Crisis?
Capital, Labour and the State Today"

Wednesday 3 Sept at 6pm

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beforehand from 5.15)

Entrance FREE

Eastern Avenue Auditorium, University of Sydney

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