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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.
Join Professor Sharon Friel and senior female academics in this uplifting podcast celebrating amazing women with incredible minds discussing how to solve the World’s problems. Easy! Each episode features the Dinner Ladies chatting over ‘virtual’ dinner about Covid-19 in the context of politics, inequality, ethics, civil liberty, climate change and more...

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Episode 5. Individual Rights and Collective Responsibilities by Dinner Ladies Save the World is licensed under a CC-BY-SA Creative Commons License.

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