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Consumptagenic systems, climate change & Covid-19

In Episode 8 of Dinner Ladies Save the World, Sharon Friel and Helen Sullivan speak about consumptagenic systems, Covid-19 and climate change. Professor Sullivan is Director of the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. Professor Friel is Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet at the ANU. They are both Dinner Ladies.

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Got an App for That

In Episode 6 of Dinner Ladies Save the World, Sharon Friel speaks with Lesley Seebeck about Covid-19, apps, trust and democracy. Professor Seebeck is the CEO of the Cyber Institute at the ANU. She has extensive experience in the public service, across areas including policy, strategy, budgets and technology. Sharon Friel is Professor of Health Equity and Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet at the Australian National University. They are both Dinner Ladies.

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Individual Rights and Collective Responsibilities

In Episode 5 of Dinner Ladies Save the World, Sharon Friel speaks with Toni Erskine and Sally Wheeler about Covid-19, individual rights and collective responsibilities. Professor Erskine is the Director of the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University. Professor Wheeler is the Dean of the ANU College of Law. Prof Friel is Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet at the Australian National University. They are three of the ANU Dinner Ladies.
 

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Can We Cure Our Politics?

In Episode 4 of Dinner Ladies Save the World, Sharon Friel speaks with Helen Sullivan about Covid-19, global and national politics, and public policy. Professor Sullivan is the Director of the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. Sharon Friel is Professor of Health Equity and Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Governance, RegNet at the Australian National University. They are both Dinner Ladies.

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Pan Malaysian Islamic Party – democratic Islamists, or illiberal ethno-nationalists?

When PAS won state elections in Kelantan and Terangganu in 1959 it was the first time an Islamist political party anywhere in the world had won office in a democratic election.

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Highlights from the Japan Update 2017

Japan Update 2017 – The innovation agenda

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

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