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Space, Practice, Mobility: On social inequality and educational politics

This symposium will offer perspectives on both the educational effects of the current political climate and the ways in which education and rurality are positioned.


  • Emeritus Professor Bill Green, Charles Sturt University
  • Professor Kim Donehower, University of North Dakota
  • Professor Michael Corbett, University of Tasmania
  • Dr Phillip Roberts, University of Canberra
  • Professor Unn-Doris Baeck, The Arctic University of Trømso
  • Professor Elaine Stratford, University of Tasmania
  • Professor Sue Kilpatrick, University of Tasmania

Public Forum  Launceston  Sir Raymond Ferrall Centre, Lecture Theatre 5, Newnham campus

Moving Hobart: Improving Transport and Liveability in our Capital

Hobart is experiencing growing pains. Join us for much-needed discussion about the transport, congestion and planning challenges facing our city.


  • Alderman Helen Burnet, City of Hobart
  • Leigh Carmichael, MONA
  • Associate Professor Matthew Burke, Griffith University
  • Dr Helen Norrie, University of Tasmania
  • MC: Professor Richard Eccleston, Institute for the Study of Social Change

Public Forum  Hobart  Hobart Town Hall, Macquarie Street, Hobart

UTAS Graduates as Agents of Change: Reducing the Gender Pay Gap

Discuss the findings of a research project on how to prepare university graduates to be agents of change on the gender pay gap with political and community leaders.


  • MC: Angela Ross, Australian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Jacquie Petrusma MP, Minister for Women and Minister for Human Services
  • Rebecca White MP, Shadow Minister for Health & Preventative Care, Mental Health and Primary Industries and Water
  • Cassy O’Connor MP, Leader of the Tasmanian Greens
  • Heidi La Paglia, Women's Officer, National Union of Student
  • Dr Vicki Gardiner, Engineers Australia

Public Forum  Hobart  Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay campus


The GetUp! Effect: Movement Mobilisation and Australian Electoral Politics

With the election now behind us, what role GetUp! - and other third party campaigners - have played and will continue to play in Australian politics is a question worthy of further analysis. Come along and hear our panel discuss these important issues.


  • Paul Oosting, GetUp!
  • Dr Glenn Kefford, University of Tasmania
  • Dr Hannah Murphy-Gregory, University of Tasmania

Public Forum  Hobart  Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay campus

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