CES Downloads
 

 

 

[Home] [About Us] [CES Forums] [Non CES Events] [Social Justice] [Other Links / Resources] [Downloads] [Site Map]

Google Search Facility

only search ces.org.au

 

Bookmarks

for this Page

 

Date page last updated

06-Apr-2011

 

Introduction

 

CES Forum downloads

 

2011 Forum Series "Good Stewardship - Protecting our Future"

1. "A Basket of Summer Fruits"

 

2. "Nuclear Power - Bequeathing yet more problems to future generations?"

 

2011 Other Forums:

1. 'Stakeholding: Towards a Christian Theology of Radical Inclusivity"

Water community and food  

Forum series on Poverty & Affluence

1. "The Theological Perspectives of Poverty and Affluence"

 

2. "Climbing out of Recession on the BACKS of the UNEMPLOYED?"

 

3. "Escaping Oppression Seeking Asylum and Refuge

 

4. Is Taxation Immoral?

 

5. "Poor Fellow My Country: Lamenting our Poverty of Spirit"

 

6. A fair Share: Consumerism and a 'fair go' in Australia

 

Forum Series on Social Inclusion

Forum 1: "The Biblical imperative for social justice and the practical implications of this for Australia"

 

Forum 2: "Federal Policy on Social Inclusion"

 

Forum 3: "White Man's Dreaming: the NT Intervention" - 23 February 2009

 

4.  Forum 4:  "Access to Mental Health Care: There're people to help you out but not many to stop you falling in.

 

5. Forum5: "Mental disorder plus addiction: I can't fit in anywhere"

 

Forum 6: "The social inclusion agenda: What does it mean for poverty in Australia?"

 

ACT Pre-election Forum

 

Forums on Prisons

"Prisons ..... can they be human, even rehabilitate?"

 

"How the A.C.T. compares: The facts and figures on prisoners and prisons in Australia"

 

"The new ACT prison: What is planned and what it will achieve."

 

 "The ACT Prison - a de facto Mental Institution?"

 

Corrections Resource booklet

 

Non CES event downloads

"The Church, The State, The Media - Who sets the Nationís Social Justice Agenda?" 

 

Other Downloads

Note about CES published articles

 

 

Bookmarks

for this Page

Introduction

 

CES Forum downloads

2011 Forum Series "Good Stewardship - Protecting our Future"

1. "A Basket of Summer Fruits"

 

2. "Nuclear Power - Bequeathing yet more problems to future generations?"

 

2011 Other Forums:

1. 'Stakeholding: Towards a Christian Theology of Radical Inclusivity"

 

Forum series on Poverty & Affluence

1. "The Theological Perspectives of Poverty and Affluence"

 

2. "Climbing out of Recession on the BACKS of the UNEMPLOYED?"

 

3. "Escaping Oppression Seeking Asylum and Refuge

 

4. Is Taxation Immoral?

 

5. "Poor Fellow My Country: Lamenting our Poverty of Spirit"

 

6. A fair Share: Consumerism and a 'fair go' in Australia

 

Forum Series on Social Inclusion

Forum 1: "The Biblical imperative for social justice and the practical implications of this for Australia"

 

Forum 2: "Federal Policy on Social Inclusion"

 

Forum 3: "White Man's Dreaming: the NT Intervention" - 23 February 2009

 

4.  Forum 4:  "Access to Mental Health Care: There're people to help you out but not many to stop you falling in.

 

5. Forum5: "Mental disorder plus addiction: I can't fit in anywhere"

 

Forum 6: "The social inclusion agenda: What does it mean for poverty in Australia?"

 

ACT Pre-election Forum

 

Forums on Prisons

"Prisons ..... can they be human, even rehabilitate?"

 

"How the A.C.T. compares: The facts and figures on prisoners and prisons in Australia"

 

"The new ACT prison: What is planned and what it will achieve."

 

 "The ACT Prison - a de facto Mental Institution?"

 

Corrections Resource booklet

 

Non CES event downloads

"The Church, The State, The Media - Who sets the Nationís Social Justice Agenda?" 

 

Other Downloads

Note about CES published articles

 

 

Bookmarks

for this Page

Introduction

 

CES Forum downloads

2011 Forum Series "Good Stewardship - Protecting our Future"

1. "A Basket of Summer Fruits"

 

2. "Nuclear Power - Bequeathing yet more problems to future generations?"

 

2011 Other Forums:

1. 'Stakeholding: Towards a Christian Theology of Radical Inclusivity"

 

Forum series on Poverty & Affluence

1. "The Theological Perspectives of Poverty and Affluence"

 

2. "Climbing out of Recession on the BACKS of the UNEMPLOYED?"

 

3. "Escaping Oppression Seeking Asylum and Refuge

 

4. Is Taxation Immoral?

 

5. "Poor Fellow My Country: Lamenting our Poverty of Spirit"

 

6. A fair Share: Consumerism and a 'fair go' in Australia

 

Forum Series on Social Inclusion

Forum 1: "The Biblical imperative for social justice and the practical implications of this for Australia"

 

Forum 2: "Federal Policy on Social Inclusion"

 

Forum 3: "White Man's Dreaming: the NT Intervention" - 23 February 2009

 

4.  Forum 4:  "Access to Mental Health Care: There're people to help you out but not many to stop you falling in.

 

5. Forum5: "Mental disorder plus addiction: I can't fit in anywhere"

 

Forum 6: "The social inclusion agenda: What does it mean for poverty in Australia?"

 

ACT Pre-election Forum

 

Forums on Prisons

"Prisons ..... can they be human, even rehabilitate?"

 

"How the A.C.T. compares: The facts and figures on prisoners and prisons in Australia"

 

"The new ACT prison: What is planned and what it will achieve."

 

 "The ACT Prison - a de facto Mental Institution?"

 

Corrections Resource booklet

 

Non CES event downloads

"The Church, The State, The Media - Who sets the Nationís Social Justice Agenda?" 

 

Other Downloads

Note about CES published articles

 

Bookmarks

for this Page

 

Introduction

 

CES Forum downloads

 

2011 Forum Series "Good Stewardship - Protecting our Future"

1. "A Basket of Summer Fruits"

 

2. "Nuclear Power - Bequeathing yet more problems to future generations?"

 

2011 Other Forums:

1. 'Stakeholding: Towards a Christian Theology of Radical Inclusivity"

 

Forum series on Poverty & Affluence

1. "The Theological Perspectives of Poverty and Affluence"

 

2. "Climbing out of Recession on the BACKS of the UNEMPLOYED?"

 

3. "Escaping Oppression Seeking Asylum and Refuge

 

4. Is Taxation Immoral?

 

5. "Poor Fellow My Country: Lamenting our Poverty of Spirit"

 

6. A fair Share: Consumerism and a 'fair go' in Australia

 

Forum Series on Social Inclusion

Forum 1: "The Biblical imperative for social justice and the practical implications of this for Australia"

 

Forum 2: "Federal Policy on Social Inclusion"

 

Forum 3: "White Man's Dreaming: the NT Intervention" - 23 February 2009

 

4.  Forum 4:  "Access to Mental Health Care: There're people to help you out but not many to stop you falling in.

 

5. Forum5: "Mental disorder plus addiction: I can't fit in anywhere"

 

Forum 6: "The social inclusion agenda: What does it mean for poverty in Australia?"

 

ACT Pre-election Forum

 

Forums on Prisons

"Prisons ..... can they be human, even rehabilitate?"

 

"How the A.C.T. compares: The facts and figures on prisoners and prisons in Australia"

 

"The new ACT prison: What is planned and what it will achieve."

 

 "The ACT Prison - a de facto Mental Institution?"

 

Corrections Resource booklet

 

Non CES event downloads

"The Church, The State, The Media - Who sets the Nationís Social Justice Agenda?" 

 

Other Downloads

Note about CES published articles

 

Introduction

This page attempts to bring together in one location all of the possible downloadable resources referenced on other CES pages. There are three broad categories of downloads, namely downloads resulting from CES forums, non CES events and other downloads that might be of interest. Some of the URLs may take you to other Websites.

 

NOTE:

  1. To listen/view any talks/reference material please left mouse click on the actual reference shown below. To download please right mouse click.

  2. The time taken to download material will depend on your connection bandwidth. It will take approximately 16 seconds to download a 1MB size file with a 512Kbps connection. The same size file will take approximately 4 seconds to download with a 2Mbps connection.

  3. Copyright of these recordings is retained by either the CES or the person giving the speech. You are however free to copy and distribute the recordings provide you acknowledge the source and do not charge a fee for doing so. If you have any queries please email us.

  4. A CD (ordinary music CD or MP3 format) containing the recorded  proceedings of any CES Forum can be sent to you at a cost of $5/CD. Please email us for further information.

CES Forum Downloads

2012 Forum Series "Where Lies Happiness? Recovering Community"

"Where lies Happiness? The Christian Understanding of Contentment and Community" : Reverend Professor James Haire

This forum was held on Thursday 8 March 2012.
A copy of Professor Haire's paper is available here as .doc, 97kB and here as .pdf, 104kB

"FREEDOM to lead a life we have reason to VALUE: the social causes of HEALTH & WELLBEING": Professor Sharon Friel

This forum was held on Thursday 19 April 2012
Here is the audio recording of the forum (mp3, 144MB)
A copy of Professor Friel's slides is available here (pdf, 4.8MB)
Here and here are two articles by Prof Friel (et al) on the topic
Here is a radio talk by Sir Michael Marmot, the UK epidemiologist who proved that social status and power have a direct effect on human health
Sir Michael Marmot spoke with two ANU academics in April 2011 on the economic, social and environmental determinants of human development and health equity. The video of this talk is available through this link and an audio is here. The video link has the advantage of displaying the various charts that the speakers refer to.

How Fair is a Fair Go in Australia? The Impact of Tax and Welfare: Professor Peter Whiteford

This forum was held on Thursday 13 September 2012.
Here is a copy of Prof Whiteford's presentation (ppt, 1.56MB)
Here is the audio recording of the forum (mp3, 127MB)

2011 Forum Series "Good Stewardship - Protecting our Future"

1. "Known Knowns: A Basket of Summer fruit." The Lord said to Amos ďWhat do you seeĒ? And I said ďA basket of summer fruitĒ. Amos 8:2

     Bishop George Browning - 17 February 2011

  • Welcome and Introduction by Heather McLaren of Colin Dundon  (MP3 audio)

  • Colin Dundon series introduction and introduction of George Browning  (MP3 audio)

  • Bishop George Browning - speech  (MP3 audio)

  • Colin Dundon - short reflection  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 01 Happiness index or GDP?  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 02 Translate moral, ethical, theological understandings to address Climate Change  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 03 Raise the climate change question with Cardinal George Pell  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 04 How can change be effected nationally?  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 05 A new paradigm for climate change  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 06 An economical system without economic growth  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 07 Learning from interfaith dialog  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 08 What is the future direction of the Church  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 09 Technology and population  (MP3 audio)

  • Question 10 Community awareness and Government Action - a comment  (MP3 audio)

  • Vote of thanks by Heather  McLaren  (MP3 audio)

Bishop Browning provided a PDF outline of his address.

Rev Colin Dundon also provided a PDF outline of his introduction to this year's theme.

Australian Religious Perspectives on Climate Change - 11 June 2011

A multi-faith delegation came to Canberra in early June 2011 to lobby federal politicians on behalf of the many people of faith who believe urgent action is needed to curb climate change.

As part of the Canberra visit, a public forum entitled "Australian Religious Perspectives on Climate Change" was also held on 11th June. Bishop George Browning, former Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra-Goulburn, presented a paper offering a religious perspective on climate change and the policy responses needed.

Responses to the paper were presented by Mark Dreyfus (Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change), Greg Hunt (Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Environment and Water) and Dr Janette Lindesay (Associate Professor at the Australian National University and climate scientist).

Here is a a theological position paper by Bishop George Browning
Here is a recording of the event (MP3 audio)

 

2. "Nuclear Power - Bequeathing yet more problems to future generations?"

     Dr Sue Wareham - 24 March 2011

  • Welcome and Introduction by Heather McLaren  (MP3 audio)

  • Erica Mathieson introduction of Sue Wareham (MP3 audio)

  • Sue Wareham - speech  (MP3 audio)

  • Questions and Answers  (MP3 audio)

  • Vote of thanks by Heather McLaren  (MP3 audio)

Sue Wareham provided a PDF outline of her speech as well as website references/articles of further information.

"Populating the future" - 12 May 2011

- Hurtling towards a precipice, hoping for a miracle?
- Controlling our population - a moral obligation
Geoff Buckmaster, Mark O'Connor

  • Welcome and Introduction by Heather McLaren  (MP3 audio)
  • Introduction by Rev Ivan Roberts of Geoff Buckmaster  (MP3 audio)
  • Geoff Buckmaster - speech  (MP3 audio)
  • Introduction by Rev Ivan Roberts of Mark O'Connor  (MP3 audio)
  • Mark O'Connor - speech  (MP3 audio)
  • Response to both speeches by John Nevile  (MP3 audio)
  • Questions and Answers  (MP3 audio)
  • Here is another recording of the whole event  (MP3 audio)

"Water community and food"

7:30pm Thursday, 8 September
Speaker:  Dr John Williams of the Wentworth Group
Here is the announcement advertising the forum.
Here is a media release issued by CES on the day of the forum.

"Climate Change "Denial" Twisting Language?"

7.30 pm Thursday 13 October
Speaker:   Dr Haydn Washington, co-author with John Cook of "Climate Change Denial: Heads in the Sand".
Here is a PowerPoint copy of the presentation (5MB)
Here is a PDF copy of the presentation (2MB)

"Sustainable Cities"

7:30pm Friday, 25 November
Speaker:   Professor Peter Newman, Director of The Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute

Here is the announcement of the event
Here is a PowerPoint (.pptx) copy of the presentation (111MB)
Here is a PDF copy of the presentation (16MB)

 

 

2011 - Other Forums

1. "Stakeholding: Towards a Christian Theology of Radical Inclusivity" NATSIEC - Dr Anthony Reddie - 29 March 2011

  • Topic introduction by Bishop George Browning  (MP3 audio)

  • Graeme Mundine - introduction of Dr Anthony Reddie  (MP3 audio)

  • Anthony Reddie - speech  (MP3 audio)

  • Questions and Answers  (MP3 audio)

Further information can be obtained from NATSIEC. This forum was co-sponsored by ACCC and CES.

Dr Reddie was interviewed by the ABC's "Sunday Nights" program on 3 April 2011

 

2010 Forum Series on Poverty and Affluence

1. "The Theological Perspectives of Poverty and Affluence" - Frank Brennan and Erica Mathieson - 17 March 2010

2. "Climbing out of Recession on the Backs of the Unemployed?"  - John Nevile and Sue Jordan - 14 April 2010

3. "Escaping Oppression Seeking Asylum and Refuge" - Kerry Murphy and Paul Power  - 12 May 2010

  • Welcome and introduction by Heather McLaren and Sr Jane Keogh (MP3 audio)

  • Paul Power - speech (MP3 Audio)     Also download PowerPoint slides

  • Kerry Murphy - speech (MP3 audio)  

  • Question 1 How good is our process for determining refugee status (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 2 how did RCOA arrive at its recommended refugee intake (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 3 what policies and practices do we want to have (MP3 Audio)

  • Departing comment - Kerry Murphy (MP3 Audio)

  • Vote of thanks by Heather McLaren (MP3 Audio)

4. "Is Taxation Immoral?" -  Terry Dwyer -  19th August 2010

  • Welcome and introduction by Heather McLaren  (MP3 Audio)

  • Welcome to Terry Dwyer by Jack Waterford  (MP3 Audio)

  • Terry Dywer - Speech  (MP3 Audio)

  • Jack Waterford - Comments  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 1 - Impact of the changes to the role of the state since 19th Century  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 2 - Compensation and morality of taxing capital  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 3 - Corporation Tax and Justice of the GST  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 4 - Taxing Land due to Land Degradation  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 5 - Tax on energy  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 6 - Children as a public good  (MP3 Audio)

  • Vote of thanks by Jack Waterford and Heather McLaren  (MP3 Audio)

5. "Poor Fellow My Country: Lamenting our Poverty of Spirit" - Graeme Mundine  -  29th September 2010

  • Welcome and introduction by Heather McLaren  (MP3 Audio)

  • Welcome to Graeme Mundine by Gregor Henderson (MP3 Audio)

  • Graeme Mundine - Speech  (MP3 Audio)

  • Gregor Henderson - Comments  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 1 - Nature of housing architecture for indigenous communities  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 2 - Government policy shift re Homelandsl  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 3 - Revised policy re languages in schools  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 4 - What can individuals  do to help? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 5 - Culture clash - vision of remote communities  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 6 - Protecting indigenous cultures from transnational forces  (MP3 Audio)

  • Gregor Henderson - Concluding remarks  - vote of thanks (MP3 Audio)

  • Heather McLaren - CES update (MP3 Audio)

  • Gregor Henderson - Concluding Prayer  (MP3 Audio)

Graeme provided a PDF transcript of his talk which can be viewed and downloaded and distributed to interested persons and/or groups.

The following information is also available:

6.  "A fair Share: Consumerism and a 'fair go' in Australia" - Dr Richard Dennis - 3rd November 2010

  • Welcome and Introduction to Brendan Kennedy by Heather MxLaren  (MP3 Audio)

  • Brendan Kennedy - Speech  (MP3 Audio)

  • Introduction to Richard Dennis - Heather McLaren  (MP3 Audio)

  • Richard Dennis - Speech  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 1 - GDP Growth - What are we producing?  (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 2 - Advertising and the destruction of our values (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 3 - Are there any organisations/bodies to counteract advertising? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 4 - In the face of Climate Change, how do you sell the concept of adopting a reduced footprint? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 5 - What is the role of government regulation? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 6 - The Alexander Maconochie Centre - Reintegration into the community reduces recidivism - Do we have the money to do so? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 7 - What is the role of Academia and do we have a robust enough society to address these problems? Impact on our value systems? (MP3 Audio)

  • Question 8 - Are there any economic theories that do not rely of Growth for sustainability? How can we limit excessive material reward systems? (MP3 Audio)

  • Vote of thanks - Heather McLaren (MP3 Audio)

 

Environment
1. "What ought we do about climate change? Australian interests through the ethical looking glass" - 16 September 2009

We are apologies that the audio recordings for this forum Questions and Answers are presently not available

 

Forum Series on Social Inclusion:

1.  Forum 1: "The Biblical imperative for social justice and the practical implications of this for Australia" - 28 August 2008

2.  Forum 2: "Federal Policy on Social Inclusion"  - 5th November 2008

  • Welcome and introduction by Heather McLaren, interim CES Chairperson, of Michael Fallon msc (MP3 audio)

  • Introduction to Ursula Stephens (MP3 audio)

  • Ursula Stephens - speech  (MP3 audio)

  • Introduction to Kasy Chambers (MP3 audio)

  • Kasy Chambers - speech (MP3 audio)

  • Question 1 - It appears as if there is an absence of any apparent Social Inclusion Policy integration? (MP3 audio)

  • Question 2 - Continuation of middle class welfare? (MP3 audio)

  • Question 3 - An apparent lack of equity across the Social Security systems (especially Unemployment Benefit) (MP3 audio)

  • Question 4 - The intervention in the Northern Territory by the Commonwealth Government into Aboriginal Affairs (MP3 audio)

  • Question 5 - A drift towards worsening societal change (MP3 audio)

  • Vote of thanks  (MP3 audio)

3.  Forum 3: "White Man's Dreaming: the NT Intervention" - 23 February 2009

  • Welcome and introduction by Heather McLaren, interim CES Chairperson (MP3 audio)

  • Bishop Greg Thompson - speech (MP3 audio)

  • Justice Richard Refshauge - response (MP3 audio)

  • Question 1 - Has there been a change in direction re the intervention with the new government? What is the role of churches? (MP3 audio)

  • Question 2 - Danger of creating a victim mentality. Good intentions have not helped (MP3 audio)

  • Question 3 - Speculate as to why the Prime Minister continues with the current operation of the intervention (MP3 audio)

  • Question 4 - Opening up of reserves (MP3 audio)

  • Question 5 - Who are the officials/administrators involved in the intervention? (MP3 audio)

  • Question 6 - Where do we stand re the NT and Federal government re governance? (MP3 audio)

  • Question 7 - Closing the gap - language/schooling (MP3 audio)

  • Comment 1 - Teacher at an indigenous community at the start of the intervention  (MP3 audio)

  • Comment  2 - Lack of resources (MP3 audio)

  • Vote of thanks (MP3 audio)

Greg Thompson's "work in progress paper" which formed the basis of his speech - PDF format

 

4.  Forum 4:  "Access to Mental Health Care: There're people to help you out but not many to stop you falling in."  

Apology

Due to technical difficulties, the CES was unable to record the address given by David Crosbie or Kat Szukalska. Consequently no downloads are available. The CES wishes to apologies to both David and Kat as well as our members and site visitors.

 

5. Forum5: "Mental disorder plus addiction: I can't fit in anywhere"

  • Welcome by Heather McLaren, CES Chairperson (MP3 Audio)

  • Introduction of Ian Webster by Theresa Angert-Quilter (MP3 Audio)

  • Ian Webster - speech (MP3 Audio)

  • Introduction of Deb Wybron by Theresa Angert-Quilte (MP3 Audio)

  • Deb Wybron - speech (MP3 Audio)

  • Comments by David Templeman (MP3 Audio)

  • Question#1 - Profits from maintaining the status Quo (MP3 Audio)

  • Question#2 - Drug addiction (MP3 Audio)

  • Concluding comments and thank you (MP3 Audio)

6. Forum 6: "The social inclusion agenda: What does it mean for poverty in Australia?" (Julian Disney)

  • Audio downloads currently not available

 

ACT Pre-election Forum:  Come and hear the proposed Social Justice policies of ACT parties standing for the 2008 election.

Chairperson: Ross Peake - National Affairs Editor of the Canberra Times.

Questions and Answers:

  • The Republic - a possible ceremonial head of government for the ACT (to Zed Seselja) (MP3 Audio)

  • Whether the Greens would support the banning of "soft" drugs (MP3 Audio)

  • The circumstances that the ACT should support the release of water for the benefit downstream of the Murray-Darling system (MP3 Audio)

  • Whether they support routine strip searching in the new ACT prison (MP3 Audio)

  • Whether, in drug policy, they would be guided by a moral position that gives primacy to making drug free or one that gives primacy to health and well-being (MP3 Audio)

  • Support for bulk billing of medical services (MP3 Audio)

  • Tackling poverty with particular reference to the principal catalysts of gambling, homelessness, gambling and tobacco (MP3 Audio)

 

Forum Series on Prisons:

1. "Prisons ..... can they be human, even rehabilitate?"  Professor Tony Vinson  February 2008

2a. "How the A.C.T. compares: The facts and figures on prisoners and prisons in Australia"  Professor David Biles  March 2008

2b. "The new ACT prison: What is planned and what it will achieve." Simon Corbell March 2008

3. "The ACT Prison - a de facto Mental Institution?"

Gary Humphreys, Richard Refshauge, Ron Cahill  June 2008

Note: The CES produced a small Corrections Resource Booklet for distribution at the prison forums which has now been updated and is now available for general distribution.

 

Non CES event downloads

 

In May 2009, the Women's Centre for Health Matters, published the report "ACT Women and Prisons, Invisible Bars: The Stories behind the Stats" written by Deb Wybron and Kiri Dicker. The report is available for viewing/downloading. It was launched by the ACT Minister for Women, Katy Gallagher. An MP3 recording of the launch can be listened to/downloaded here.

 

Strip Searching in the ACT Prison

The ACT Women and Prisons Group together with the ACT Community Coalition on Corrections conducted a public forum on Strip Searching in the ACT Prison. Audio recordings from this meeting will be available shortly from  the ACT Community Coalition on Corrections website.

 

 

SOCIAL JUSTICE SEMINAR -  (held on Saturday 30 August, 9.30am - 3.30pm, at St Ninian's Uniting Church)
"The Church, The State, The Media - Who sets the Nationís Social Justice Agenda?" 

 

Speakers included:

Rev'd Elenie Poulus, National Director of Uniting Justice in Australia

Jack Waterford AM, Editor at Large of the Canberra Times
Professor John Langmore, Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne

Professor John Warhurst, ANU political scientist

Audio downloads from this seminar are now available by visiting the St Ninian's Uniting Church website.

 

 

Other Downloads

Nil at this stage

 

PLEASE NOTE:

From time to time the CES publishes articles relating to social justice and ethics. These are stored in PDF format and can be found and downloaded on the Social Justice Article page. CES issued media notifications can also be found on the Article Page.

 

Top of Page