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|Thursday 14 November 2019|
|2019 City of Sydney Peace Prize Lecture and Award Ceremony ||
|Global women-led movement against sexual violence and harassment Me Too has won the 2019 Sydney Peace Prize. The movement's founder Tarana Burke will deliver the Lecture, and will be awarded the Prize alongside Tracey Spicer and the awarding by Lord Mayor Clover Moore! To buy tickets, stickytickets.com.au/SPP
|Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm Nov 14 Cost: 35$ for adult, 25$ for concession, 45$ for peacemaker |
Venue: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney
Submitted by: Sydney Peace Foundation www.sydneypeacefoundation.org.au/
Enquiries: (02) 9351 4468 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Friday 15 November 2019|
|What's really happening to Julian Assange ||
|On the Day of the Imprisoned Writer, join award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster Quentin Dempster in conversation with the legal adviser to Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, Jennifer Robinson to dig deeper into the story of one of the world’s highest profile political prisoners.
|Time: 6:00pm-8:30pm Nov 15 Cost: $30 / $20 early bird / $15 students and members |
Venue: Quay Street Theatre, University of Technology Sydney, 1 Quay Street, Haymarket
Submitted by: Sydney PEN International www.eventbrite.com.au/e/75281120..
|Wednesday 4 December 2019|
|UNSW Law Hal Wootten Lecture with Justice Chandrachud ||
|UNSW Law 2019 Hal Wootten Lecture with Justice Chandrachud Justice Chandrachud is a sitting judge of the Supreme Court of India. As a judge, he has authored several landmark judgments on affirmative action, gender justice, environmental protection, criminal law and constitutional law including the decriminalization of homosexuality and adultery.
|Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm Dec 04 Cost: Free |
Venue: Law Building, Law Theatre, (Building E10), UNSW, Kensington
Submitted by: UNSW Events 2019-hal-wootten-lecture-justice..
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|Friday 6 December 2019|
|The Ark Before Noah ||
|British Museum curator Irving Finkel tells a real-life detective story that began with the arrival in 2008 of a Babylonian cuneiform tablet. Dating from 1850 BC, this clay document contained the famous Babylonian Story of the Flood with precise instructions for building the large boat needed to survive a flood.
|Time: 6:00pm-7:30pm Dec 06 Cost: $40, $30 for Friends of the Nicholson Museum, $10 students |
Venue: Nicholson Museum, Quadrangle A14, The University of Sydney
Submitted by: Sydney University Museums www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-sir-charles-..
Bookings: (02) 9351 2812 firstname.lastname@example.org