Panellists: Josh Frydenberg, minister for the environment and energy; Chris Bowen, shadow treasurer; Louise Adler, CEO of Melbourne University Publishing; Simon Breheny, director of policy, Institute of Public Affairs; and Shareena Clanton, actress.
The #MeToo campaign, sparked by the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal, has made its way to Australia. Women around the world are calling "Times Up!" on sexual harassment. Join us as we discuss: Where to for #MeToo in 2018? Panellists: Isabella Manfredi, lead singer of the Preatures; Josh Bornstein, employment lawyer; Janet Albrechtsen, opinion columnist for The Australian; and Catharine Lumby, professor of media at Macquarie University.
Panellists: Linda Reynolds, Liberal senator for WA; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; John Hewson, former leader of the Liberal Party; Chris Kenny, associate national affairs editor, The Australian; and Van Badham, columnist for The Guardian Australia.
Panellists: Sally McManus, secretary, ACTU; Chris Richardson, economist and chair of Deloitte Access Economics; Heather Ridout, businesswoman and former RBA board member; James Pearson, CEO, Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry; and Stephen Mayne, Crikey founder.
Panellists: Greg Hunt, minister for health and sport; Anthony Albanese, shadow minister for infrastructure; Maxine McKew, author and honorary enterprise professor, University of Melbourne; Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian; and Alice Workman, political reporter with Buzzfeed Australia.
Virginia Trioli hosts Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, who answers questions from the audience on dual citizenship; foreign interference in Australian politics; personal and political beliefs; Australian national identity; the Uluru Statement from the Heart and constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; a political voice for Indigenous peoples; the child abuse royal commission; Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital; the river royal commission; the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS); population growth, refugee rights; the cost of the National Broadband Network (NBN); the ongoing use of coal in electricity production; and managing work-life balance.
Panellists: Eric Abetz, Tasmanian Liberal senator; Lisa Singh, Tasmanian Labor senator; Gillian Triggs, former president, Australian Human Rights Commission; Simon Breheny, director of policy, Institute of Public Affairs; and Kate McClymont, investigative journalist with Sydney Morning Herald.
Panellists: James McGrath, assistant minister to the prime minister; Murray Watt, Labor senator for Queensland; Lenore Taylor, editor of the Guardian Australia; Jan Fran, presenter, The Feed, SBS; and Warren Mundine, former adviser to the PM on Indigenous affairs.
Panellists: George Brandis, attorney-general; Brendan O'Connor, shadow minister for employment and workplace relations; Janet Rice, Greens senator for Victoria; Stephen O'Doherty, Christian radio broadcaster; and Jacqui Lambie, outgoing independent senator for Tasmania.
Panellists: Angus Taylor, assistant minister for cities and digital transformation; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; Brian Cox, particle physicist and TV presenter; Judith Sloan, economist and businesswoman; and Shara Evans, technology futurist.
Panellists: Simon Birmingham, minister for education; Tanya Plibersek, deputy Opposition leader; Geordie Brown, Oxley High School, Tamworth; Nadia Homem, Burwood Girls High School; Arthur Lim, Moorebank High School; and Lauren McGrath-Wild, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney.
Panellists: Kevin Rudd, former prime minister; Laura Tingle, political editor, The Australian Financial Review; Alan Jones, radio broadcaster; and Judith Brett, emeritus professor, La Trobe University.
Panellists: Magda Szubanski, actress and comedian; Glenn Davies, Anglican archbishop of Sydney; Frank Brennan, Jesuit priest and professor of law; and Karina Okotel, No campaign spokesperson.
Jimmy Barnes, rock icon and author; Bridget McKenzie, National Party senator for Victoria; Anne Aly, Labor member for Cowan; Lydia Khalil, director, Arcana Partners and research fellow at the Lowy Institute; and Tim Fischer, author and former deputy prime minister.
Panellists: Matt Canavan, Queensland Nationals senator; Amanda Rishworth, shadow minister for veterans affairs and defence personnel; Richard Di Natale, leader of the Australian Greens; Peggy O'Neal, president of the Richmond Football Club; and Michele Levine, CEO, Roy Morgan Research.
Panellists: Craig Laundy, assistant minister for industry, innovation and science; Ed Husic, shadow minister for the digital economy and future of work; Catherine Ball, scientist, entrepreneur and drone specialist; Sandra Peter, director, Sydney Business Insights; and Adam Spencer, broadcaster and maths geek.
Panellists: Michael Sukkar, assistant minister to the treasurer; Penny Wong, Opposition leader in the Senate; Sarah Hanson-Young, Greens senator; Emma Herd, CEO Investor Group on Climate Change; and Bret Stephens, author and journalist.
Panellists: Zed Seselja, assistant minister for social services and multicultural affairs; Mark Dreyfus, shadow attorney-general; Lucy Gichuhi, independent senator for South Australia; AC Grayling, philosopher; and Merav Michaeli, chair of the Zionist Party, Israel
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