Tag: morality

    Free event

    Innovation in ageing

    When: Saturday 22 October at 2:30PM

    Where: Elder Hall

    Speakers: Carolyn Curtis, Jane Mussared, Dr David Panter

    A world tour
    We take you on a virtual world tour, exploring some of the best innovations in ageing from around the globe.

    Whilst listening to the audio, you can click on these links to see some of the initiatives discussed:

    Money for Jam

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    Babayaga’s House

    The Groundswell Project

    Moveable Houses

    Presented by: THE AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION (TACSI)

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    20th Don Dunstan Oration: The Courage Party?

    When: Saturday 22 October at 4PM

    Where: Bonython Hall

    Speakers: Carolyn Curtis, Jane Mussared, Dr David Panter, Prof Barry Jones

    Climbing out of the political abyss.
    Australia is in a political abyss. How do we climb out of it? Do we need a ‘Courage Party’ to address major long term issues, such as refugees, climate change and taxation?

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    Presented by: THE INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AUSTRALIA (IPAA) WITH WALLMAN’S LAWYERS

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    Humanity is a verb

    When: Saturday 22 October at 5:15PM

    Where: Bonython Hall

    Speakers: Carolyn Curtis, Jane Mussared, Dr David Panter, Prof Barry Jones, Prof Raimond Gaita

    Our humanity is not given to us once and for all, as species membership is, but something to which each of us is called upon to rise, unendingly, even if we lived a thousand years. That’s not a statement of fact: it’s an affirmation. Raimond Gaita explores its moral and political implications.

    Presented by: FLINDERS INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH IN THE HUMANITIES (FIRTH)

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