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Booker prize-winning author Tom Keneally challenges Australia's policy on asylum seekers in his delivery of the 2014 Gandhi Oration at UNSW.
Booker prize-winning author Tom Keneally delivers the 2014 Gandhi Oration at UNSW.
Booker prize-winning author Tom Keneally delivers the 2014 Gandhi Oration at UNSW.
Dr David Suzuki presents the 2013 Jack Beale Lecture on the Global Environment, on the topic of Imagining a sustainable future: foresight over hindsight.
In these excerpts from the 2013 UNSW Jack Beale Lecture on the Global Environment, Dr David Suzuki talks about Australia - the land he loves as his "second country".
Her Excellency Ms Koleka Mqulwana, High Commissioner for the Republic of South Africa in Australia, on how the world can best honour Nelson Mandela's struggle for a just South Africa.
'The Australia-China Partnership in the Asian Century'.
'The Australia-China Partnership in the Asian Century'.
Excerpt from Professor Chris Turney's Brainfood lecture on his plans for a new Antarctic expedition to mark the centenary of Sir Douglas Mawson's expedition of 1913.
Professor Chris Turney, Australian Research Council (ARC) Laureate Fellow in Climate Change at UNSW, presents this Brainfood lecture on his findings from previous Antarctic expeditions, and announces details of a new expedition to mark the cent
UNSW alumnus Greg Combet, Minister for Climate Change & Energy Efficiency and Minister for Industry & Innovation, speaks at the 2013 Australia-China Climate Change Forum at the University of New South Wales.
The Gandhi Oration commemorates Martyrs' Day and is delivered by a person whose life's work exemplifies the ideals of Gandhi. This year the oration is delivered by The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG who addresses the topic of What would Gandhi
Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group - India's largest corporation - takes part in the Wallace Wurth Dialogue with the UNSW Chancellor Mr David Gonski and Vice-Chancellor Professor Fred Hilmer.
The Gandhi Oration commemorates Martyrs' Day and is delivered by a person whose life's work exemplifies the ideals of Gandhi. This year the oration is delivered by The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG who addresses the topic of What would Gandhi
Is Australia moving quickly enough to guard against cybercrime? Alarna Maurushat from UNSW's Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre chairs this Brainfood Lecture discussion.
Excerpt from the 2013 UNSW Annual Gandhi Oration, delivered by The Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG.
UNSW has honoured the outstanding achievements of Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group - India's largest corporation - with the degree of Doctor of Business honoris causa.
UNSW has honoured the outstanding achievements of Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman of the Tata Group - India's largest corporation - with the degree of Doctor of Business honoris causa.
Dr Jay Giedd, Chief of Brain Imaging at the U.S. Institute of Mental Health, explains how the teenage brain is coping with the explosion of social media and other challenges of modern society.
George Negus hosts this debate on the use of stem cells in medicine, featuring speakers Dr Bernadette Tobin and Professor Alan Trounson.
This seminar explores the way in which the media communicates information to the public on important social issues.
The President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Sang-Hyun Song, delivers UNSW's annual Wallace Wurth memorial lecture. His speech, 'From Punishment to Prevention', marks the ICC's first 10 years.
The President of the International Criminal Court, Judge Sang-Hyun Song, delivers UNSW's annual Wallace Wurth Lecture. His speech, 'From Punishment to Prevention', marks the ICC's first 10 years.
Professor Pat Dodson, Professor of Indigenous Policy at UNSW, gives the Inaugural Gandhi Oration.
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