Race, Politics and Public Policy

Wednesday - 04 December, 2019 - 06:00 PM

Large Caucus Room, Parliament House - West Perth, Australia

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Whether it's the impact on the health and wellbeing of those that face racism, a treaty with our first nations, immigration policy or the realities and perceptions of crime or poverty, race and politics are topics some find uncomfortable but most agree are important. Recently appointed Director of the University of WA Public Policy Institute, Professor Shamit Saggar will give this address. Prior to his appointment he was a recognised researcher in this area and an adviser to the Blair Labour Government in the UK. This event is open to members of Australian Fabians and members are encouraged to bring along a guest, especially someone that might be interested to join Australians Fabians! Drinks and nibbles will be provided. Alanna Clohesy MLC, a Fabian member, has kindly agreed to host this event. To RSVP please complete your details below. Note that we will gain access via the main entrance to Parliament House and we will need to lodge all names with security. If you do bring a guest please email their name to wa@fabian.org.au to facilitate that.

Who’s going

Mathew Baskerville Alan Woodcraft Cipriano Martinez Derek Branton Thomas French Eva Law-Davis Nick Agocs Tony McRae David Hounsome Janine Freeman Michael Dowling Dowling Eversley Mortlock Timothy Dymond Claudia Ruiz Philip O'Donoghue

Who's RSVPing

Alex McInnes
Leo Baxendale
Mathew Baskerville
Felix Attard
Alan Woodcraft
Janelle Sewell
Alan Simpson
Damien Smith
Duncan Furphy
💧Natalie Mast
Robin Moon
Warwick Boardman
Ivy Chen
Sarah Seymour
Bronislaw Tabaczynski
Eileen Whitehead
Cipriano Martinez
Diana Marr
Therese Downey
Simon Stokes
Claire Comrie
Derek Branton
Thomas French
Eva Law-Davis
Nick Agocs
Tony McRae
David Hounsome
Janine Freeman
Michael Dowling Dowling
Eversley Mortlock
Harvest Tce, Main entrance via the steps to Parliament House, West Perth, Australia

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