The Pacific Solution: What can we learn from the case of Behrouz Boochani?

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Future Cities: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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The Science of Cities: Defining Size, Shape, Scale & Performance Using Percolation Theory

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2015 Narrm Oration: From hunting to contracting

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Annual University Librarian Lecture Partnering Research – Opportunities and Challenges

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Transforming transparency: Clarifying higher education for all

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Plenary Sessions Opening Researcher @ Library Week

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Law Apps Bake Off

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Decarbonising Australian Electricity: Policy and Technology Options

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CPA Annual Research Lecture: Shaping the Future of Accounting in Business Education in Australia

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Downing Lecture 2015 Integrating Health Care Financing and Delivery: the US experience

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Positive education: Trends, evidence and advancement

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Management Competencies Guest Lecture - Rebecca Dee-Bradbury

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2015 A.N. Smith Lecture: Freedom from Information- Australia's War on Transparency

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The 2015 Hamer Oration: What sort of country are we?

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To boldly reform IP dispute resolution: Experience in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court

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Dr Margaret Williams Weir Special Event

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Bringing Australia’s Broadband Network into the 21st Century

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The Real Deal: Art and Ethics

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The Performing Arts & War: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

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Yenching Scholars Program Information Session

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Teacher evaluation with standardised achievement tests: A policy fiasco

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LSS Sir Anthony Mason Lecture: Proportionality and its use in Australian Constitutional Law

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The Corden Lecture 2015 Superstar Firms in the Global Economy

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Indigenous ANZACs: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

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Following footprints: Analysing students' digital interactions

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The Global Economy Seven Years after the Financial Crisis: Vulnerabilities and Policy Issues

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Doing Business in Asia: One Size Does Not Fit All

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Economic Policy for the 21st Century

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The Medical War: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

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Prestigious Scholarships Information Night

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17th Kenneth B Myer Lecture

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Carlton Connect Initiative Panel Discussion: From Conflict to Collaboration

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Progressive education in Australia and why the history of education still matters

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On the Shoulders of Giants: Shifting sands in the field of assessment

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The Net Effect: An Optimist in the News Business

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Victoria Decides: The inside story on Victoria 2014

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Human Rights Lecture: Language rights, education and identity in Timor-Leste

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China’s Energy Transition: Effects on Global Climate and Sustainable Development

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Changing the image of the profession

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Kids First: Five Big Ideas for Transforming Children's Lives

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Creating Parity: Mr Andrew Forrest in conversation with Associate Professor Rufus Black

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Dungala Kaiela Oration 2014 Part Two

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Dungala Kaiela Oration 2014 Part One

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Human Rights Lecture - Australian Exceptionalism: International Human Rights and Australian Law

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When China Rules the World

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Official Opening of the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity

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People and Climate Change: Science from Europe

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Improving the Impact of Evidence-based Practices: Tiered systems of support

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From Risk to Resilience: Responsible citizens for uncertain times

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2014 Harold Ford Memorial Lecture - Justice Hayne AC

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Indigenous Australians and universities: Navigating reform in a changing landscape

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2014 Harold Ford Memorial Lecture - Justice Hayne AC

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Witness Seminar: communication and health policy creation during the Australian AIDS crisis

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Separating the Sheep and the Goats - Vocational Programs in Victoria Schools

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Time travel: separating science fact from science fiction

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New Journalism for a new public : Centre for Advanced Journalism

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Politicians and Journalists: Adversaries or Bedfellows?

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2009 AN Smith Lecture in Journalism - Mark Scott

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Miegunyah Lecture 2014 - The First Humans out of Africa: Hominin Dispersal in the Old World

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'The Critical List' - A dialogue with David Willetts

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Germaine Greer - Protest! Archives from the University of Melbourne

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Dymphna Clark Lecture by Anna Funder

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Journalism in the age of the open web, Katharine Viner, Editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia

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Festival of Ideas 2013 Launch - Welcome and Acknowledgements

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Festival of Ideas 2013 Launch - Programme Overview

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Festival of Ideas 2013 Launch - Evidence and Ideology: The Role of Science in Public Life

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Special Event: NCDFREE Launch

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Democracy: The Solutions

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Growing Brains: Capacity, Intelligence and Resilience

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Debate: Some Things are too Important for Democracy

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Ideas into Action: Outcomes of the Festival of Ideas

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - State of the Environment - Session 06

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - The Liveable City - Session 04

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - State of the Environment - Session 06

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Imagine 2033: How We Achieved A Healthy and Sustainable Post-Carbon World

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Feeding 10 Billion People - Session 07

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Eating Ourselves to Death - Session 08

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Opening Ceremony - Session 01

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Country, Place & Wellbeing - Session 05

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Opening Ceremony - Human Rights, Social Equity & Health - Session 02

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Developing a Love of Seasonal Fresh Food from Childhood - Session 10

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus - Session 15

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Asparagus Syndrome - Session 14

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Is Democracy Working? - Session 20

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Exploring the Networked Brain - Session 16

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Medicalising Normaility - Session 12

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Children & Young People: Hope & Resilience - Session 13

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Family & Culture in a Changing World - Session 11

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Are We Manufacturing Allergies ? - Session 09

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Festival of Ideas - Healing Through Art and the Power of Music - Session 18

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Growing Brains: Capacity, Intelligence and Resilience - Session 17

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - State of the Environment - Session 06

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Opening Ceremony - Human Rights, Social Equity & Health - Session 02

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Imagine 2033: How We Achieved A Healthy and Sustainable Post-Carbon World

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Eating Ourselves to Death - Session 08

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Feeding 10 Billion People - Session 07

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - The Liveable City - Session 04

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Opening Ceremony - Session 01

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Festival of Ideas 2013 - Country, Place & Wellbeing - Session 05

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Re-thinking the Role of IP' presented by Dr Francis Gurry

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Q&A Panel: Who Makes Public Policy in Australia?

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Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning Dean's Lecture Series: Alan Greenberger

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The case for a more equitable Australia - Gavin Mooney Memorial Oration - Auslan Sign

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The case for a more equitable Australia - Gavin Mooney Memorial Oration

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Australia and the West in a new Asian order?

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Beneath the surface: bravery and beauty in Afghanistan

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Dean's Lecture Series 2013: Gregg Pasquarelli

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The Post-Mortem on Journalism Reform: What Happens Now?

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Alfred Deakin Memorial Lecture

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Take a tour of the Royal Library's Treasures and Curiosities

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Hold the Front Page - News Gathering in a Time of Change

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The Future of News - The A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism

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How Finland remains immune to the Global Educational Reform Movement

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International Responses to Democratisation in the Arab World

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'Reinventing the Modern Corporation' Mr Randy MacDonald, Senior Vice President, IBM Corporation

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The Genetic Revolution I: Health and Human Identity

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The Genetic Revolution II: Food and Power

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Keynote: War, Peace and National Identity

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Keynote: Australian Identity in the 21st Century

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2011 Festival of Ideas - India, Pakistan and Afghanistan

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Keynote: Do Landscapes have Identities?

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Australian Identity: Australian Bio-diversity

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The Pull of the Landscape: The Artist's Share

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Keynote: Asserting Identity

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The Middle East: the Cockpit of National Identities and Perpetual Conflict

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Festival of Ideas - Keynote: Genes, Technology and the Evolution of Culture

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Australian History and the Australian Present II: 20th Century Influences

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What can we learn from climate change policy making in Australia so far?

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Australian History and the Australian Present I

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Australian Identity and Australian Humour

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An evening with the world's leaders in high energy physics

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Launch of IBM's Global Research & Development Lab by the Prime Minister Julia Gillard

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Politics, Journalism and the 24/7 News Cycle

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Improving our schools: What we know and what we need to do

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Vaccines to Change the World

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Why Good Journalism Will Always Matter

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Nobel Prizes and Nature's Secrets

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Learning the Unlearnable: Teaching the Unteachable

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The Future of Measurement

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The Antikythera Mechanism: Astronomy and technology in ancient Greece

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The Gonski Review-What Does it all Mean

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Festival of Ideas 2011 - Contemporary Visions and Critiques of the Landscape

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Climate Change: The Critical Decade

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Festival of Ideas 2011 - Australian Identity Now: Myth, Tyranny or Illusion?

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WikiLeaks: Its Impact on Journalism and Government

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Australia and the China Boom

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2011 Narrm Oration

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Making Human Rights Real: Transforming the lives of India's poor and homeless

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The performance of identity in Australian drama

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2011 Festival of Ideas - Keynote: The Construction of National Identities

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Festival of Ideas - Keynote: Genes, Technology and the Evolution of Culture

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Keith Hancock Public Lecture and Book Launch

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The Future of Renewable Energy in Australia

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Hillary Rodham Clinton - An Australian Conversation

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2010 Narrm Oration

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2011 A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism

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The Francis Gurry Lecture on Intellectual Property

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The Narrm Oration 2011

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'The Good & Bad of Disaster Reporting' Tim Costello, AO

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University of Melbourne & IBM Partnership Launch

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What responsibilities do Australians owe the global poor?

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International Public Lecture - Chief Justice of the United States, John G. Roberts, Jr.

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Chromosome ends: why we care about them - Presented by Professor Elizabeth Blackburn

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Derek Denton Lecture: 'Life and the Cosmos' by Lord Reeds of Ludlow

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Pandit Ravi Shankar Honorary Degree

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The new Australian Health and Physical Education Curriculum

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Wellbeing: The Rutted Road to Optimal Life Outcomes

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An evening with the world's leaders in high energy physics

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The Honourable Paul Keating - The Privacy Imperative in the Information Age Free for All

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A conversation with Fabiola Gianotti

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Constitutional Reform

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Malcolm Fraser in Conversation with Margaret Simons

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The 71st CPA Australia - University of Melbourne Annual Research Lecture

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A.N. Smith Lecture in Journalism - Annabel Crabb

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2011 Festival of Ideas - The Genetic Revolution III: Legal, Ethical and Moral Dimensions

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Climate Change Action and Conservative Politics - John Gummer, Lord Deben

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Who Should Get What and Why? Financing Economic Justice for the World's Poor

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The Sir Robert Menzies Oration on Higher Education

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Kids First: Five Big Ideas for Transforming Children's Lives

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China’s Energy Transition: Effects on Global Climate and Sustainable Development

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Challenging Injustice: The American Experience

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Time travel: separating science fact from science fiction

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