There is nothing more important to humanity’s continued existence than sustaining a healthy natural environment. All sectors of society have a role to play in addressing these challenges, how might we best align our efforts to gain the best outcomes from available resources?
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Tuesday, 12 April 2022, 6:00 pm
At the time a building is being designed, how often do we know all the functions it will fulfil during its life? Join us for a special online discussion, presented in conjunction with the Australian Heritage Festival, as a panel of experts considers the many ways in which a building must evolve to remain ‘fit for purpose’.
Thursday, 3 March 2021, 4pm
This panel discussion will focus on the relationship between parliament and the courts in the law-making process. The panel will explore the principles of justice that inform the process of making, applying and reforming laws, and discuss the balance between social cohesion and the protection of individual rights.
Wednesday, 3 November 2021, 6pm
This webinar, presented in partnership with Victorian Parliamentarians for STEM, will explore mRNA technology in developing vaccines and other pharmaceutical products. Still at an early stage of development, this new technology is expected to bring health and economic benefits for Victorians.
Thursday, 23 September 2021, 5:30 pm
This International Day of Sign Languages, which coincides with the National Week of Deaf People, join us for a conversation with Jody Barney and Dr Jennifer Green, experts from the fields of Deaf culture, Indigenous Culture and linguistics—both spoken and signed.