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February 2005

Reforming Secondary Education: Insights and Challenges from a UK Perspective with Sir Michael Tomlinson
With the Don Dunstan Foundation

Audio transcript part 1 (48Mb mp3 file) Audio transcript part 2 (31Mb mp3 file)


March 2005

2005 Australia-Israel Hawke Lecture Changing headsets: the impact of museums on social thinking

Human Rights: the ethical underpinning of globalisation? with Tim Costello, World Vision Australia


April 2005

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Make every mother & child count - Marking UN World Health Day:

The voice of the Alola Foundation - Kirsty Sword Gusmao: First Lady of East Timor

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence public lecture ADELAIDE in DOCUTOPIA: facing reality in a digital age with Peter Wintonick


May 2005

Reconciliation: take the next step public forum

Adelaide Park Lands Bill 2005: a public seminar


July 2005

Adelaide Festival of Ideas: The Hawke Centre is pleased to assist in the visit of Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

What does it take to change the relationship between the West and the Muslim world? A public lecture with Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

Beyond Tsunami: International alert series - The BIG Issues Co-presented by World Vision Australia and AusAID, supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

Closer Thank You Think campaign conference South Australian Council of Social Service, supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre


August 2005

Ambassadors of Freedom: Youth Action for Human Rights Amnesty International Australia, supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre


September 2005

Make Poverty History: International alert series - The BIG Issues Co-presented by World Vision Australia and AusAID, supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

Simply the best: Women's collections in galleries, libraries, archives and museums The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library 3rd National Conference


October 2005

What are we going to do? A reflection on ways forward for non-Indigenous South Australians to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns


November 2005

Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce CEO Luncheon with Greg Bourne, WWF-Australia

Formulas for a Thriving Planet: Forum with Greg Bourne, WWF-Australia

2005 Annual Hawke Lecture: A sustainable planet - a future for Australia with Greg Bourne, CEO, WWF-Australia

Yitzhak Rabin - my father and his legacy to peace

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Short fuse: Realities and solutions in family violence

One Pencil to Share book launch


December 2005

Why we need an Australian Bill of Rights: International Human Rights Day Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations

2005 International Human Rights Day Roundtable: Developing a strategy to create a wider South Australian response to Indigenous Australian concerns


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