David Hounsome at Australian Fabians

David Hounsome

  • rsvped for Putting the think in the tank 2021-11-23 12:43:44 +1100

    Putting the think in the tank

    do Think Tanks do?
    What contribution are they making to Progressive Politics in Australia?
    Join us Monday 6 December 2021 at 6pm (AEDST) to hear some great speakers share their experience, and their vision.
    • Alison Pennington from the Centre for Future Work
    • Emma Dawson from Per Capita
    • David Epstein from the Chifley Research Centre


    RSVP below to get the zoom link on the day.

    December 06, 2021 at 6:00pm
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  • commented on Contact Us 2021-06-28 18:42:24 +1000
    Please cancel my membership and the auto pay arrangement for 2021/2022

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    Q: What theme would you most like to see an edition of the new Quarterly Review focus on?
    A: First Nations in Australia’s Future

    Fabians Quarterly Review - Themes Survey

    With the crises of the current political and economic order deepening every day, Fabians know that new ideas are as important as ever. That’s why we’ve decided to begin publishing a quarterly print and online magazine, dedicated to envisioning a better future and how to get there.

    Each edition is going to have a theme, with a portion of the magazine’s content set aside for exploring it in depth. To help us decide what themes we should work with for the first four editions, we want to hear from our members.

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