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A Fair go for Fairness– restoring equity

A Fair go for Fairness– restoring equity

A FAIR GO FOR FAIRNESS – restoring equity with Fr Peter Norden SJ and Dr Ray Cleary This forum was held on 30 August 2007 at Newman College, Parkville Father Peter Norden was then Associate Director of Jesuit Social Services, an Adjunct Professor in the School of Social Science and Planning at R.M.I.T. University, a […]

August 30th, 2007 | Posted in SPC Events 2007 | Read More »

Renewing the Earth– spirituality & climate change

Renewing the Earth– spirituality & climate change

RENEWING THE EARTH – spirituality & climate change – a forum with Columban priest, Fr Charles Rue, and Penny Evans of the  “Stop Global Warming! Group”. This was held on 26 July 2007 at Newman College, Parkville Father Charles Rue worked for many years in South Korea and later in Jamaica as a Columban priest, […]

July 26th, 2007 | Posted in SPC Events 2007 | Read More »

Religion and Politics -the new relevance

Religion and Politics -the new relevance

RELIGION & POLITICS – the new relevance – a public forum with Professors Tony Coady and Brian Howe, held on 28 June 2007 at Newman College, Parkville Professor Tony Coady is Deputy Director of the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at The University of Melbourne. He has been a Visiting Lecturer and Visiting […]

June 28th, 2007 | Posted in SPC Events 2007 | Read More »

End Game in Iraq– scenarios for peace

End Game in Iraq– scenarios for peace

End Game in Iraq – scenarios for peace, with Professor Imad Moosa and Dr Scott Burchell a forum on 26 April 2007, at the Mercy Theatre, Australian Catholic Univresity, Melbourne Professor Imad Moosa has lectured in Economics and Finance at the University of Sheffield and was professor of Finance at La Trobe University before joining […]

April 26th, 2007 | Posted in SPC Events 2007 | Read More »

Evaluating the G20-key issues and the implications for us

Evaluating the G20-key issues and the implications for us

EVALUATING THE G-20 – key issues and the implications for us – with Tim Colebatch and Professor John Langmore A public forum held on 25 November 2006 at the St. Ignatius Centre, Richmond Tim Colebatch has been The Age’s economic editor for 13 years. He began working with The Age in 1971, and has reported […]

November 25th, 2006 | Posted in SPC Events 2007 | Read More »