Adept Economics Director Gene Tunny is honoured to be one of the panellists at an upcoming University of Queensland Global Leadership Series seminar on Poverty and inequality in an age of prosperity. Also joining Gene are former Queensland state Treasurer Tim Nicholls MP, Karyn Walsh AM, CEO of Micah Projects, and Joshua Creamer, a nationally-practicing lawyer specialising in class actions and native title.
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According to Credit Suisse, Australia is the world’s most prosperous country. Why then, are some communities mired in poverty?
In a world of increasing austerity where social services are under growing pressure, it is urgent that we re-examine the responsibility of the state towards its most disadvantaged citizens.
Join UNESCO Chair in Journalism and Communication, Professor Peter Greste, for a thought-provoking discussion on poverty and inequality with a panel of leading experts:
Date: Thursday 25 November 2021
Time: 5.30pm for 6-8pm
Venue: GOMA, Cinema A, Stanley Place, South Brisbane
Cost: Tickets $30
Ticket includes canapés and beverages
If you’re interested in attending, you can book via the link above.
For any inquiries, please get in touch with the Adept team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 169 870.