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2007 Calendar of events

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February 2007

Australian International Documentary Conference Fringe 2007

Tuesday 27 February


March 2007

Human Rights and Non-violence in a Culture of War and Injustice, John Dear, SJ

Thursday 8 March

The Politics of Democracy in South Australia Conference

8 - 9 March

Malalai Joya MP "the most famous woman in Afghanistan" (BBC)
Speaking on Justice for Women in Afghanistan (working title)

Tuesday 13 March

Hawke Centre/Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce Luncheon with the First Lady of Timor Leste and Chair of the Alola Foundation
Her Excellency Kirsty Sword Gusmao: Timor Leste: Building an economy and a future - POSTPONED

Friday 16 March

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence/Hawke Centre public lecture - The AW Jones Oration
Early Child Development: The building blocks for successful societies

Monday 19 March, Adelaide Town Hall


May 2007

Margaret Somerville - In Conversation.....

Monday 21 May, ASO Grainger Studio, Hindley Street


June 2007

Rock the Vote National Launch Supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

Thursday 7 June, Governor Hindmarsh Hotel

From the heart, for the heartland: Northern Territory Traditional Owners speak out Supported by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

Wednesday 13 June, UniSA City West Campus

International Alert Series: The Business of Aid creating partnerships, combating corruption

Tuesday 19 June, ASO Grainger Studio, Hindley Street


August 2007

The future of family business in South Australia - Adelaide Thinkers in Residence/Hawke Centre public lecture
With Dr Dennis Jaffe

Monday 20 August, Adelaide Town Hall

International Alert Series: Relief in sight? How well prepared is Australia to respond to a crisis in our region?

Thursday 23 August, Sebel Playford Adelaide


September 2007

BEYOND BELIEFS - Muslim and Non-Muslim Australians Deliberate
Australian Premiere documentary screening

Friday 21 September, Adelaide Town Hall


October 2007

10th Annual Hawke Lecture: Consensus and Dissent in Australia
With The Hon Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG

Wednesday 10 October, Adelaide Town Hall

The acquisition of cultural artefacts symposium: The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library and ALIA Acquisitions

Wednesday 10 October, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum

Simply the Best 2: Reflections of women through records: 4th National Conference of The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Library, UniSA

10-12 October, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum


November 2007

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence/Hawke Centre public lecture: Healthy societies
With Professor Ilona Kickbusch

Tuesday 13 November, Adelaide Town Hall

2007 Annual Clare Burton Memorial Lecture (pdf file)
Understandings of sex discrimination in the workplace: limits and possibilities

Tuesday 13 November, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum (12 - 2pm)

UNIFEM Informs/Hawke Centre Seminar: The security of women; building a safer future
Marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (IDEVAW)

Wednesday 21 November, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum

Listening Tour: community consultation event

Monday 26 November, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum


December 2007

International Human Rights Day

Monday 10 December

Alexander Sadlo: Experimental Journey - An Artist in Three Countries

Book launch: Friday 14 December, UniSA Hawke Building - Bradley Forum


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