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2004 Hawke Centre calendar of events

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March 2004

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence Public Lecture Blast Theory - The New Media Challenge


May 2004

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence Public Lecture Making waves: water challenges for Adelaide in the 21st Century with Professor Peter Cullen


July 2004

Protecting Human Rights: A renewed challenge in an age of fear?


August 2004

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence Public Lecture Innovation is everyone's business with Dr Maire Smith

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence Women in Science and Engineering: Getting there and staying with Baroness Professor Susan Greenfield


September 2004

2004 Annual Hawke Lecture Security for Whom? Redesigning Security, Reinforcing Human Rights delivered by Ms Irene Khan Secretary General of Amnesty International

RESPECT for Women  Ms Irene Khan, Amnesty International and other experts

Step To The Future: Youth Forum


November 2004

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Mending their Wings - The first in a series of seminars on social issues, highlighting the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Protecting Human Rights in Australia “Train-the-trainer” programme This training is made possible by Public Interest Advocacy Centre with the support of the YWCA of Adelaide and the Office for Women (SA).


December 2004

International Human Rights Day Roundtable discussion: 'Indigenous Human Rights in South Australia under the spotlight - our response'


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