Paul Fletcher addresses the topic: Keeping Australians Safe Online - The Morrison Government's World-Leading Online Safety Agenda.
Three of Australia's leading health experts discuss the future of public and private healthcare. Dr Rachel David, Dr Tony Bartone and Dr Stephen Duckett discuss, Private Health: Who Benefits?
Award-winner astronomer and the Australian Government's Women in STEM Ambassador, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith addresses the Press Club as part of the 2019 Science Meets Parliament event.
Christian Porter makes his first Press Club Address as attorney-general, talking Religious Freedom legislation and other responsibilities, including the Commonwealth Integrity Commission and family law.
2019 Sydney Peace Prize recipients Tracey Spicer and Tarana Burke address the Press Club on the topic: MeToo Movement - Women Changing the World.
US journalist, author and activist Ashton Applewhite addresses the Press Club on the topic: It's time to talk about ageism - why Australia urgently needs a smarter conversation about ageing and older people.
Bestselling author, entrepreneur and philanthropist Sarah Wilson addresses the National Press Club.
National Director of GetUp! Paul Oosting speaks on the topic 'Politics Belongs to Everyone'. The online activist group has a million supporters, staff of 70, a budget approaching $12 million but also has its share of critics.
Managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby, Martyn Iles, and ambassador for the National Secular Lobby of Australia, Fiona Patten, debate Australia's religious freedom laws. Moderated by Sabra Lane.
Anthropologist, geographer and Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne, Marcia Langton speaks on the topic: Innovation - Indigenous genius then and now.
The CEOs of Australia's major domestic airlines address the Press Club. Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and Virgin Australia CEO Paul Scurrah highlight the contribution airlines make to the Australian economy.
Labor MP Mark Dreyfus, the shadow attorney-general, addresses the National Press Club.
Law Council president Arthur Moses and president of the Victorian Bar, Matt Collins, share their concerns for the creeping erosion of human rights and freedoms in Australia.
The Minister for Education Dan Tehan addresses the National Press Club.
Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers addresses the Press Club on the topic: Does Listening Help? The Impact of Deaf Children's Literacy.
Health Minister Greg Hunt addresses the Press Club on the topic: Health 2030: Australia's Long-Term National Health Plan and the Vision for a Mentally Healthier Community.
To discuss mental health priorities, Beyondblue CEO Georgie Harman, ConNetica director John Mendoza, and the head of ANU's Mental Health Research Centre, Luis Salvador-Carulla.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn addresses the National Press Club on the topic: Connecting Australia and Australians: The Things We Need to Get Right.
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