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Melbourne Book Launch: Minority PolicyJoin authors Brenton Prosser and Richard Denniss for the Melbourne launch of their book, Minority Policy. The book explores the influence of marginal parliamentarians, both within the major parties and on the cross benches, in the formations of contemporary public policy. After a period of minority in both houses of the Australian parliament and as the Abbott Government faces the most complex Senate in modern history, this book provides new insight into the supposed chaos on the hill.
Independents Day: Tony Windsor and Rob OakeshottJoin host Sally Warhaft as she talks to Rob Oakeshott and Tony Windsor, author of Windsor's Way, about their roles as key independent MPs in one of the most turbulent periods of Australian political history. Don't miss hearing their views of the current parliment, our changing political culture and the future for independent candidates in Australian Politics.
Kate White - Women in ScienceWhy do so many women leave science and why is it important that they stay? Come along and join Kate White, author of Keeping Women in Science, in exploring new models to enable younger women and men to have successful careers in science as well as maintainingg a work-life balance. The event is free, but requires you to register your attendance.
Tony Windsor - Windsor's WayCome along and hear Tony Windsor reflect on the 2010 election and the 17 days that followed, and his motivations behind working with others in the hung parliament for the following three years. He will discuss the achievements, testing moments, characters and his actions over this time, all of which are the focus of his political memoir, Windsor's Way. This is a free event and all are welcome, but remember to register via the link provided.