Past speakers

Below is a list of speakers in alphabetical order along with the title of their presentation. 

A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M / N / O / P / Q / R / S / T / U / V / W / X / Y / Z

Firstname

 Surname

Title of lecture/presentation 

Year 

A

Izzat

Abdulhadi

Paths to a just peace for Palestine and Israel - a dialogue

2012

Matt

Adams

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence: Blast Theory

2004

Tariq

 Ali

In Conversation with Tariq Ali and Professor Pal Ahluwalia

2010 

Sharifah Zuriah

Aljeffri

Islam and the Status of Women

2003

Marco

Amati

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Recognition of Kaurna cultural heritage in the Adelaide Parklands: a linguist's and Kaurna academic's perspective

2006

Nisha

Agrawal

Gender Equality and Poverty – an Indian and Mexican perspective 

2015

Thomas

Albrecht

Rehabilitation: co-creating new lives

2015

Rob

Amery

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future. Ascribing changing values to suburban green spaces: the inception of Wellington's green belt

2006

Rachel

Ankeny

Towards a good eating life? The food labelling debate

2011

Zainah

Anwar

Adelaide Festival of Ideas. Sisters in Islam

2009

Eileen

Appelbaum

Work/Life Balance Policies in a Declining Economy: are they still win-win?

2009

Robyn

Archer

Try one day without the arts

2013

Paris

Aristotle

Sustainable Rehabilitation for Survivors and their Communities

2016

Lynn 

Arnold 

The Business of Aid - creating partnerships, combating corruption 

2007

Lynn 

Arnold 

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A 

2014

Michael

Ashby

What is the 'end of life' and how should we respond?

2012

Cheryl 

Axelby 

Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised women speak 

2014  

Azyumardi 

Azra 

Can Christianity and Islam Co-Exist? A National Dialogue

2015

B 

 Top ^

Phil 

Bagust 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Parklands of opportunity; a possible biodiversity, sustainability, education and tourism future for the Adelaide Parklands  

2006 

Rosie

Batty

The Rosie Batty Story 

2015

Eric

Beecher

Horizon SA Forum: Journalism's crisis is everyone's crisis - Can quality journalism survive the internet revolution? 

2012 

Valeria

Bellan

Playing Tricks With The Mind – Illusion and its affect 

2015

Genevieve

Bell

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence - Black Holes, Backhoes and Broadband - there's more to connecting South Australia than rolling out a cable!  

2009 

Janine

Benyus

Biomimicry: seeking sustainable solutions by emulating Nature's living examples

2006

Marcus

Beresford

Has South Australia given up on heritage?

2013

Shaun 

Berg

River Murray Water Justice: Does the Proposed Basin Plan Protect Our Water Rights? 

2012

Jan

Bernheim  

Dying with Dignity: assisted dying principles and practices

2010

Helen 

Bevan 

Healthy Australia Forum: Building a viable Australian Health Workforce for our future 

2011

Bishop Alexis 

Bilindabagabo 

The Business of Aid - creating partnerships, combating corruption 

2007

Elizabeth

Blackburn

Living Longer - A Journey into the Bio-Future - 2013 Annual Hawke Lecture

2013

Richard

Blandy

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Do green technologies offer a future for South Australia? 

2002

Neal 

Blewett 

Towards a good eating life? The food labelling debate 

2011

Ralf

Blomqvist

Hawke EU Centre Annual Lecture: After the Fall: content, context and co-creation after the decline of print media

2015 

Noeline

Bloomfield

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - A French Australia? Almost! 

2002

Greg

Bourne

A sustainable planet - a future for Australia - 2005 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2005

Michal

Boyd

Do You Die of Dementia?

2016

Catherine 

Branson 

Rights, hearts and minds: Towards a national culture of human rights 

2012 

Elizabeth

Broderick

Listening Tour: community consultation event: Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission

2007 

Richard

Broinowski

Fukushima and the Future of Nuclear Power

2012 

David 

Brown 

Has South Australian given up on heritage? 

2013

James 

Buchan 

An "Ethical" Approach to Health Workforce Sustainability: Desirable? Achievable? 

2011

Peter

Buckskin

Count Me In: Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal People

2012

Anthony

Burke 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Human rights or human wrongs - the worship of freedom and the detention of asylum

2002

Julian

Burnside

It's Time. A Bill of Rights for Australia

2012

Julian

Burnside

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International - Lest we forget

2011

Mark

Butler

Advanced Australia: The Politics of Ageing

2015

Roger

Byard

Working on the ground: making every women and child count

2005

C

Top ^

Tom 

Calma 

Can the inequality gaps be closed? An exploration of the challenges and solutions 

2015

Euan 

Cameron  

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Do green technologies offer a future for South Australia? 

2002

Beatrix 

Campbell 

Time out

 2001

John 

Carroll  

Australian Economy after the GRC 

 

Mans  

Carlsson-Sweeny

Do you really know what you're wearing? 

2013

Nicholas

Carter

Art Talks With Nicholas Carter, Principal Conductor in-conversation with Jacinta Thompson

2016

Silvia

Cartwright

International criminal trials. A promise fulfilled? 2011 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2011 

Vickie 

Chapman 

Has South Australia given up on heritage?

2013

Hilary

Charlesworth 

The Good Citizen of Australia: Human rights and citizenship in the twenty-first century - 2015 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture

2015

Sara 

Charlesworth 

Understanding of sex discrimination in the workplace: limits and possibilities

2007

Brad 

Chilcott  

Australia's asylum seeker policy: where will change come from and what could it look like?

 

Anna 

Ciccarelli

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Dallas

Colley

Short fuse: Realities and solutions in family violence

2005

Greg

Combet

A new Australian consensus for the 21st Century - 2006 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2006

Raewyn

Connell

In Conversation with Raewyn Connell

2010

Jonathan 

Cornford

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Water Lessons: defending ecosystems and resurrecting community rights 

2006

David

Constantine

The right to mobility

2010

Charlie 

Corke 

Futility: ICU and the voice of reason 

2014

Georgina 

Costello 

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Tim 

Costello

Human Rights: the ethical underpinning of globalisation? 

2005

Tim

Costello

Beyond Tsunami 

2005

Tim 

Costello

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Keeping the peace: avoiding the cost of conflict in humanitarian aid 

2006

Zelman 

Cowen 

An Australian Republic - A Guide for the Perplexed - 1999 Annual Hawke Lecture

1999

Geraldine

Cox

Wealth of a Different Kind - 2016 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture

2016

Annabel 

Crabb 

Making Partners of Enemies: the Irish peace process - 2014 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture 

2014

Wendy

Craik

Horizon SA Forum - Contemporary leadership in rural South Australia

2012

Peter 

Cullen

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence - Making waves: water challenges for Adelaide in the 21st Century

2004

D

Top ^

Brigid

Daniel

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Is Child Protection a public health issue? - views from Australia and the UK 

2006

Blanche 

D'Alpuget

Finlaysons' Women in Business

 2002

Miriam 

David

Widening participation: Supporting the transition of non-traditional groups to higher education

 2009

Catherine 

Davani 

2013 International Women's Day event - Ending Violence Against Women

2013

Peter 

Davidson 

EveryCity Symposium: Square

2003 

John 

Dear 

Human Rights and Non-violence in a Culture of War and Injustice

2007

Jack 

De Groot 

Beyond Tsunami

2005

Greg

Dening

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Encounters in Deep Time

2002 

Mark

Diesendorf

Nuclear Energy Debate: Going nuclear - an answer to global warming?

2006

Unity 

Dow

Through Their Eyes: Of Diamond Rings and Cows - Diamonds for Love and Cows are for? 2009 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture 

2009 

Hon Alexander 

Downer

Visions for a Nation 

2001 

Helen

Durham 

The ICC - Towards International Justice and Ending Impunity

2008

Michael 

Dutton

China, the passion of the political and the everyday

2009

Michael 

Dutton

2014 OzAsia Festival keynote: The biography of a coin 

2014

Linda 

Duxbury

Short term pain for long term gain: managing work life balance in a recession 

2009

Peter 

Dwan

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Water Lessons: defending ecosystems and resurrecting community rights

2006

E

Top ^

Marcus

Einfield

The Ethics of Terrorism:  Can there be peace and reconciliation? 

2006

Heinze-Werner 

Engel

EcoMapping™ and Environmental Management Systems

2009

Gareth

Evans

Waging War and Making Peace - 2003 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2003

Gareth 

Evans

Atrocity Crimes: Overcoming global indifference - ADC Gandel Oration

2006

Hugh 

Evans

1.4 Billion Reasons, presented by the Global Poverty Project

 2009

F

Top ^

Andrew 

Fearne

Dancing with Dinosaurs - You'll love Rex!

2008

Hon Tim

Fischer

Visions of a Nation

2001

Peter 

Ford

What are we going to do? A reflection on ways forward for non-Indigenous South Australians to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns 

2005

Neil

Francis

Dying with Dignity: assisted dying principles and practices

2010

Ian

Frazer

Cancer Immunotherapy: here at last!

 

Rt Hon Malcolm 

Fraser

Visions of a Nation

2001 

Morag 

Fraser 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Human rights or human wrongs - the worship of freedom and the detention of asylum 

2002 

Robert 

Freestone

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future. Contribution of the Plan of Adelaide to modern town planning theory 

2006

Frank

Furedi

 Welcome to the 21st Century: Risk, Fear and Terror 

2014

G

Top ^

Amareswar 

Galla 

More Than Meets the Eye Safeguarding Intangible Heritage - Asian Australian Perspectives

 2012

Amareswar 

Galla 

Benefits Beyond Borders: UNESCO World Heritage Site status as a key vector for sustainable economic development and cultural cohesion 

 2014

Geoff

Gallop

Re-thinking Australian Politics: Engaging the Disenchanted  2010 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2010 

Geoff

Gallop

What is newDemocracy? 

2013

Tom

Gara

Revealing more truths about Indigenous (and Australian) history

2003

Daisy

Gardener

Do you really know what you're wearing? 

2013

Ross

Garnaut

Climate Change: The public interest and private interests in Australian policy - 2009 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2009 

Herbert

Girardet

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence: Making Adelaide a Green City 

 

Robert 

Glasser

Beyond Tsunami

2005 

Amanda 

Gordon 

BEYOND FEAR: Finding Hope in the Horror

2006 

Pru 

Goward 

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Stan

Grant

Talking to My Country

 

Susan

Greenfield

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence - Women in Science and Engineering: Getting there and staying

 

Susan

Greenfield

Mind Change: How digital technologies are leaving their mark on our brains

 2014

Damian

Griffis

The right to mobility

2010

H

Top ^

Rosanne

Haggerty

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence: Housing the homeless - whatever it takes

2006 

Tim

Harcourt

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Free and Fairer Trade: Can trade be both free and equitable in a global economy 

2006

Barbara

Hardy 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Do green technologies offer a future for South Australia? 

2002

 John 

Harley

PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS A renewed challenge in an age of fear? 

2004

 Peter 

Hayman

From the Galapagos to grapes: How is climate change affecting our environment and industry locally and globally? 

2013

 Peter 

Hall 

Cities in systems of cities: Adelaide, Australia and the world

2009

 Rob 

Hall 

Short fuse: Realities and solutions in family violence 

2005

 Fred 

Hansen 

All On Board: Growing Vibrant Communities Through Transport

2011

 Michael 

Harbison 

The Adelaide Parklands: Threats, challenges and solutions 

2006

 Rhondda 

Harris

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - The Aboriginal Location in the Adelaide Parklands 

2006

 Bob 

Hawke

A Confident Australia - Inaugural Annual Hawke Lecture 

1998

 Bob 

Hawke 

Visions of a Nation

2001

 Bob 

Hawke 

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Keeping the peace: avoiding the cost of conflict in humanitarian aid

2006

 Bob 

Hawke

BEYOND FEAR: Finding Hope in the Horror

2007

 Richard 

Heinberg

Peak Oil or Oil Shock? Energy security and pathways to a sustainable future

2006

 Kelly 

Henderson 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - History and myth: the origin of Colonel William Light's 'Park Grounds' and their universal value

2006 

Andrew 

Hewett 

Beyond Tsunami

2005

Gill 

Hicks 

One Unknown: facing death, choosing life

2011

Katrine 

Hildyard

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A

2014

Grant 

Hill 

Make Poverty History 

2005

John 

Hill 

Human Rights ....... Water Rights

2003

David 

Holmgren

Peak Oil or Oil Shock? Energy security and pathways to a sustainable future

2006

Robert 

Holton 

Australian Economy after the GRC

2014

Ian 

Hore-Lacy

Nuclear Energy Debate: Going nuclear “an answer to global warming? 

2006 

Roscoe 

Howell 

Forms of Modern Day Slavery

2012

Roscoe 

Howell

Are you wearing a slave?

2014

Ian

Hunter

Has South Australia given up heritage?

2013

Jane

Hutcheon

Women and the Arab Spring - an IWD event with Jane Hutcheon

2012

Jane 

Hutcheon 

Eyes on Asia - the Australian media's blindspot 

2013

Alan

Hutchings 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future. 
A speculation: the Adelaide Plain and the Spanish Laws of the Indies 

2006 

Mal

Hyde

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Mending their wings - Solutions for the prevention of violence against women

2004

I

Top ^

Sue

Ingram 

The Business of Aid. Creating partnerships, combating corruption

2007

Meir

Itzchaki

Paths to a just peace for Palestine and Israel - a dialogue

2012

J

Top ^

Vicki 

Jacobs

Respect for Women symposium 

2004 

Dennis

Jaffe

The future of family business in South Australia 

2007

Alana

James

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A 

2014

Donald

Johnson

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future. Foundations for Adelaide's Park Lands 

2006

Elliott

Johnston

Reconciliation: take the next step 

2005

David 

Jones

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future.
Uncovering heritage merit and significance: assessing the cultural landscape of the Adelaide Park Lands

2006

Malalai 

Joya 

Justice for Women in Afghanistan 

2007

K

Top ^

Musimbi 

Kanyoro 

Ethical Globalization: A Vision of a World Where Benefits Accrue to All - Inaugural UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture 

2008

Musimbi 

Kanyoro

Women, water and technology: stories and solutions

2013

Dan

Kelly

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Relief in sight? How well prepared is Australia to respond to a crisis in our region? 

2007

Anna

Kemp

Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised women speak 

2014

Fiona 

Kerr 

Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

2014

Irene 

Khan 

Security for Whom? Redesigning Security, Reinforcing Human Rights - 2004 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2004

Irene

Khan

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Ranjana 

Khanna

Asylum Reconsidered

2013

Ilona

Kickbusch

The shift to the healthy society

2007

Ros

Kidd

Revealing more truths about Indigenous (and Australian) history

2003

Ros 

Kidd 

Inaugural University of South Australia Reconciliation Lecture: Understanding and Resolution

2015

Ann 

Killen 

International Alert Series: Women's Rights in Development

2006

Debbie 

Kilroy

Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised women speak

2014

Michael

Kirby

Consensus and Dissent in Australia - 2007 Annual Hawke Lecture

2007

Michael 

Kirby

Public Lecture with the Hon Michael Kirby

2014

Hon Joan

Kirner 

Visions of a Nation 

2001

His Excellency Dr Kriangsak

Kittichaisaree

Thailand's and Australia's places in the ASEAN Community in 2015 and beyond

2011

Ellen Ernst 

Kossek

Creating a life that works in the flexible job age?

2010

L 

Top ^

Charles

Landry

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence: Re-thinking Adelaide - A walk on the wide side 

 

Robyn

Layton

Law and Social Justice - is it all rhetoric? 2010 Catherine Helen Spence Commemorative Oration

2010

Robyn

Layton

Count Me In: Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal People

2012

Robyn

Layton

Empowering poor communities - good practices

2012

Kay 

Lawrence 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Weaving: an encounter between the Njarrindjeri, the British and the French

2002

Eugenia

Lee

Playing Tricks With The Mind – Illusion and its affect

2015

Laura 

Lee 

Sustainable Futures: an integrated design strategy for South Australia

2009

Sun-Hee

Lee 

International Alert Series: Women's Rights in Development 

2006

Charles 

Lemert 

World Under Siege: In Conversation with Professor Charles Lemert

2013

Kate

Lennon

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Kerrynne

Liddle

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Helen

Light

Changing headsets: the impact of museums on social thinking

2005

Rob

Linn

Sharing the good earth: the Society behind the Royal Adelaide Show

2014

Clive

Lipchin

Water Security and Climate Change: Israel and the Middle East, with Australian reflections

2009

Ruth

Lister

Just citizenship: reflections on citizenship and social justice 

2010

Libby

Lloyd

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Jane

Lomax-Smith

The Adelaide Parklands: Threats, challenges and solutions

2006

Consuelo 

Lopez-Zuriaga Hernandez-Gil 

Gender Equality and Poverty – an Indian and Mexican perspective 

2015

Terry

Lovat

Religious and Spiritual Literacy in Public Education - An unthinkable combination?

2010

Kiera

Lindsey

InConversation Series: Truth Really is Stranger than Fiction

2016

Deborah

Lupton 

Catastrophic Futures? 2050 and beyond - in conversation with Professor Urry and Professor Lupton

2015

M 

Top ^

Rod

MacLeod

Do You Die of Dementia?

2016

David

Manne

Refugees, the rule of law and the ethics of protection

2013

Peter

Mares

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Human rights or human wrongs - the worship of freedom and the detention of asylum

2002

Sarah

Martin

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A

2014

John 

Martinkus 

West Papua and East Timor Today

2003

Geoff 

Masters 

Progressive Achievement Tests (PAT) Launch

2015

Linda 

Matthews

Respect for Women symposium

2004

Kay 

Matthias 

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A

2014

Mary 

McAleese 

Making Partners of Enemies: the Irish peace process - 2014 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture

2014

Jason 

McCartney 

BEYOND FEAR: Finding Hope in the Horror

2006

Barry 

McGaw 

Achieving quality and equity in education 

2006

Bernie

McGinnes

Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised women speak

2014

Sally

McHenry 

Make Poverty History

2005

Elsbeth 

McInnes 

Short fuse: Realities and solutions in family violence

2005

Jennifer

McKay

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Do green technologies offer a future for South Australia? 

2002

Jennifer 

McKay 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Encountering the landscape: early European misconceptions and our present water problems

2002

Jennifer 

McKay 

Human Rights ....... Water Rights 

2003

Jennifer 

McKay 

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Water Lessons: defending ecosystems and resurrecting community rights 

2006

Jennifer 

McKay

River Murray Water Justice: Does the Proposed Basin Plan Protect Our Water Rights?

2012

Leanne 

McPhee 

Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

2014 

John 

McTernan

Delivering more effective public services

2011

Mike 

Miller 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Explorations in telecommunications: seeking new frontiers 

2002

Georgia

Miller

Nanotechnology in food and agriculture 

2008

Megan

Mitchell

Rights of children in schools: a human rights perspective on behaviour

2014

Mariziya 

Mohammadi 

Australia's asylum seeker policy: where will change come from and what could it look like? 

2014

Pavel 

Molek 

Who is protecting our human rights?

2013

Roy 

Montgomery 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Framing a settlement 

2006 

Lorimer 

Moseley 

Whiplash – Current Concepts and Future Directions 

2015

Vivienne 

Moxham-Hall

A National Conversation - Young Australians: Smarter about drugs

2014

Ted

Mullighan

What are we going to do? A reflection on ways forward for non-Indigenous South Australians to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns 

2005

Julie 

Mundy 

International Alert Series: Women's Rights in Development 

2006

Fraser 

Mustard 

Early Child Development: The building blocks for successful societies 

2007

N

Top ^

Ashis 

Nandy 

Is it Necessary to Love Your Neighbours? Living with Radical Diversities and the Right to be Oneself: 2010 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture

2010

Grant

Niemann

Make nuclear weapons the target: Legal and humanitarian imperatives for banning the use of nuclear weapons 

2011

Matt 

Noffs 

A National Conversation - Young Australians: Smarter about drugs

2014

Gustav

Nossal

Medical Science and Human Goals: a challenge for Australian research - 2001 Annual Hawke Lecture

2001 

Trevor 

Nottle 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - The past and present as essential exemplars for the future 

2006 

Helga 

Nowotny 

The future of higher education in Australia: Will universities adapt or perish? 

2015

O 

Top ^

Kerry 

O'Brien

KEATING: presentation and book launch 

2015

Michael

O'Connell

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go? 

2014

Dermot 

O'Gorman

Whose extinction? - environment, population, and solutions

2011

Joy 

O'Hazy

Working on the ground: making every women and child count

2005

Annmaree

O'Keeffe

International alert series: The BIG Issues Fighting HIV and AIDS - What's required to achieve an HIV and AIDS free world

2006

Michele 

O'Neil

Do you really know what you're wearing? 

2013

Fania 

Oz-Salzberger

Old-New Lands: Ancient Spirits, Cutting-edge Modernity and Europe Complex Legacy in Israel and Australia

2008

Manal 

Omar 

Presenting Manal Omar, author of 'Barefoot in Baghdad'

2011

P 

Top ^

Sister Patricia 

Pak Poy

International alert series: The BIG Issues Fighting HIV and AIDS - What's required to achieve an HIV and AIDS free world 

2006 

Suraya 

Pakzad 

Speaking out for the women and children of Afghanistan

2010

Mick

Palmer

A National Conversation - Young Australians: Smarter about drugs

2014

VR

Panchamukhi

Sustainable Water and Sustainable Societies: Need for a speedier and integrated response to the challenges

2003

Niko 

Papastergiadis

EveryCity Symposium: Edifice 

2006

Stephen

Parker 

The future of higher education in Australia: Will universities adapt or perish? 

2015

Gareth

Parry

Access, Equity and Transfer in Distributed Systems of Higher Education

2010

Susan 

Paxton 

International alert series: The BIG Issues Fighting HIV and AIDS - What's required to achieve an HIV and AIDS free world

2006 

Noel 

Pearson 

Indigenous Australia: the Social and Cultural Predicament - 2002 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2002

Roberto 

Perez 

The Cuban Experience: Survival, Sustainability and Building Community

2008

Doris 

Pilkington 

Reconciliation: take the next step

2005

Sheryn 

Pitman 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Sustainable landscapes: working with our semi-arid land in changing times 

2006

Alice Aruhe'eta 

Pollard 

The rising tides of climate change - the challenge to prepare 

2012

Margaret 

Pomeranz 

Warwick Thornton in conversation with Margaret Pomeranz

2013

Veena 

Poonacha 

No Single Path: Many Ways of Dealing with Domestic Violence 

2006

Elisabeth

Porter

UNIFEM Informs seminar - The security of women; building a safer future

2007

Murray 

Proctor 

Beyond Tsunami

2005

R 

Top ^

Yithak 

Rabin 

My father and his legacy to peace

2005

Mergho 

Ray 

Violent Lives and Silenced Voices: Criminalised women speak

2014

Darren 

Ray 

From the Galapagos to grapes: How is climate change affecting our environment and industry locally and globally? 

2013

John 

Ralston 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Small and large encounters: where forces act 

2002

Mamphela 

Ramphele 

Human Rights and Human Development: Fulfilling the Basic Needs of People - 2000 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2000

Patricia 

Ranald 

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Free and Fairer Trade: Can trade be both free and equitable in a global economy

2006

Mike 

Rann 

Book launch - The Hawke Government: A critical retrospective

2003

Mike 

Rann 

Horizon SA Forum: South Australia: Gaining Ground by being Bold 

2011

Aparna 

Rao 

Visions of a Nation 

2001

Feisal Abdul 

Rauf 

What does it take to change the relationship between the West and the Muslin World? 

2005

Mariam 

Rawi 

Women in Afghanistan today: hopes, achievements and challenges 

2006

James 

Rebanks 

UNESCO World Heritage Site status: is there opportunity for economic gain Stuart Rees Make Poverty History 

2014

Stuart

Rees

Make Poverty History

2005

 Margaret 

Reynolds 

Human Rights in a Climate of Fear ... the significance of education for humanitarian citizenship

2002

Michael 

Reynolds 

Earthship Biotecture: Sustainable architecture for a changing climate 

2009

Lester-Irabina

Rigney 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Recognition of Kaurna cultural heritage in the Adelaide Parklands: a linguist's and Kaurna academic's perspective

2006

Tony 

Roach 

Make Poverty History

2005 

Paul

Rissmann

Art Talks with Paul Rissmann, Composer, Pedagogue and Performer. In-Conversation with Professor Tanya Monro

2016

Goran

Roos 

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence public lecture: Manufacturing into the Future PJ Rose Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum 

2011

PJ

Rose

Hidden Places, Hidden Lives: community forum

2014

Amanda 

Ruler 

Make nuclear weapons the target: Legal and humanitarian imperatives for banning the use of nuclear weapons

2011

Janette 

Ryan 

Level playing field? Educational disadvantage and its impact on participation in higher education

2009

Pamela 

Ryan 

BEYOND FEAR: Finding Hope in the Horror

2007

S 

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Elzira 

Sagynbaeva 

Celebrating International Women's Day with Head of UN Women Pacific, Fiji

2014

Barbara 

Santich 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Do green technologies offer a future for South Australia? 

2002 

Wendy

Sarkissian

Not in my backyard: Community responses to higher density living - is it all in the mind?

2013

Rick 

Sarre 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Human rights or human wrongs - the worship of freedom and the detention of asylum 

 2002 

Kevin

Scarce

South Australia - a Nuclear State in a Global Solution

 

Stephen 

Schneider 

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence: Creating a Climate of Change: how SA can make a difference to global warming and reduce our vulnerability

 

Steven 

Schwartz 

The future of higher education in Australia: Will universities adapt or perish? 

2015

Dorothy 

Scott

UNIFEM Informs seminar: Is Child Protection a public health issue? - views from Australia and the UK 

2006

George 

Seddon 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Adelaide's alter-ego

2006

Peter

Sellars

The politics of architecture

2000

Tim 

Semple 

Morphine and Mindfulness - same room, different windows? 

2015

John 

Senior 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future
The intrinsic value of parks

2006

Simran 

Sethi 

In-conversation with oceanographer Sylvia A. Earle and eco-hero Simran Sethi

2015

Shazia 

Shakib 

Women in Afghanistan: fighting fundamentalism and building their own future

2009

Tory 

Shepherd 

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go?

2014

Tory 

Shepherd 

Hawke EU Centre Annual Lecture: After the Fall: content, context and co-creation after the decline of print media 

2015

Lemn 

Sissay 

InConversation with Michael Jacobs

2011

Jane 

Sloane 

What are we going to do? A reflection on ways forward for non-Indigenous South Australians to respond to Indigenous South Australian concerns

2005

Jane 

Sloane 

A New Deal for Women: $$$ for global gender equality - how can Australians lead?

2008

Marie 

Smith 

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence - Growing the Economy Through Bioscience 

 

Margaret 

Somerville 

InConversation with Michael Jacobs

2007

Rauf 

Soulio 

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go?

2014

Tim

Soutphommasane 

ARA 40th Anniversary Oration: An Australian Sanctuary 

2015

Tony 

Spawton 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions Contemporary cross fertilisation: the wine sectors in Australia and France 

2002

Jon 

Staley 

Youthworx: Development of a Creatively Driven Film Production Social Enterprise 

2015

Fiona

Stanley

The Greatest Injustice - Why we have failed to improve the health of Aboriginal people - 2008 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2008

Michele 

Sterling 

Whiplash – Current Concepts and Future Directions

2015

Andrew

Stoler

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Free and Fairer Trade: Can trade be both free and equitable in a global economy

2006

Patricia 

Sumerling 

The Adelaide Parklands Symposium: A balancing act: past - present - future - Activities in the Park Lands over time

2006 

Kirsty 

Sword Gusmao 

Timor-Leste: building an economy and a future 

2007

Kirsty 

Sword Gusmao 

The voice of the Alola Foundation 

2005

Viv 

Szekeres 

Changing headsets: the impact of museums on social thinking 

2005

Helen 

Szoke 

The Politics of Poverty and the New Consensus for Equality 

2014

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Alon 

Tal 

Water Wise: Learning from the Israeli Experience 

2003

Charles 

Tapp 

International alert series: The BIG Issues - Keeping the peace: avoiding the cost of conflict in humanitarian aid 

2006 

Joshua 

Tepper 

Healthy Australia Forum: Building a viable Australian Health Workforce for our future

2001

Khatija 

Thomas 

Count Me In: Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal People

2012

Kerstin 

Thompson 

EveryCity Symposium: Edifice

2006

Warwick 

Thornton 

Warwick Thornton in conversation with Margaret Pomeranz

2013

Robert 

Tickner 

Beyond Tsunami

2005

Robert 

Tickner 

Relief in sight? How well prepared is Australia to respond to a crisis in our region?

2007

Robert 

Tickner 

Wars, laws and humanity: 100 years of Australian Red Cross action

2014

Michael 

Tomlinson 

Reforming Secondary Education: Insights and Challenges from a UK Perspective

2005 

Tom 

Trevorrow 

Human Rights ....... Water Rights

2003

Bryan 

Turner 

In Conversation with Professor Bryan Turner

2010

Mpho

Tutu

Forgiving... The Only Way Forward

2016

U 

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John 

Urry 

Societies Beyond Oil

2013

John 

Urry 

Catastrophic Futures? 2050 and beyond - in conversation with Professor Urry and Professor Lupton

2015

V 

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Kelly 

Vincent 

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go? 

2014

John 

Von Doussa 

Why we need an Australian Bill of Rights? 

2005 

Miroslav 

Volf 

Exclusion and embrace: Reconciliation in an Australian context 

2014

W 

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Stephen 

Wade 

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A 

2014

Lloyd 

Walker 

The right to mobility 

2010

Sonia 

Waters 

2014 Anti-Poverty Week Q&A 

2014

Irene 

Watson 

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go? 

2014

Dr Syed Kamaruddin 

Wazir 

Representing the MIGHT initiative (Malaysian Industry Government Group for High Technology)

 

Adam 

Webster 

River Murray Water Justice: Does the Proposed Basin Plan Protect Our Water Rights?

2012

Fred 

Wegman 

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence Public Lecture with Fred Wegman, Driving down the Road Toil: Building a safer system

2011

Hugh 

White 

From the Great War to the Asian Century: What we can learn from 1914 about our place in the world - 2014 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2014

Paul 

White 

A humanitarian in the front line - International protection of people displaced by ISIS in Dohuk, Kurdish Region of Iraq 

2015 

Sarah 

Whyte 

The Adelaide Parklands: Threats, challenges and solutions 

2006

 John

Williams

River Murray Water Justice: Does the Proposed Basin Plan Protect Our Water Rights? 

2012

Robyn 

Williams 

Living Longer - A Journey into the Bio-Future - 2013 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2013

David 

Wilkinson 

Encounters: cultural and scientific legacies and visions - Unhealthy encounters? Legacies and challenges for the health of settler and Aboriginal communities

2002

Sandy 

Wilkinson 

Has South Australia given up on heritage? 

2013

Andrew 

Wilson 

Revealing more truths about Indigenous (and Australian) history 

2003

Keith 

Wilson 

UNIFEM Informs seminar - The security of women; building a safer future

2007

Michael 

Wilson

Make Poverty History 

2005

Peter 

Wintonick

Adelaide Thinkers in Residence - ADELAIDE in DOCUTOPIA: facing reality in a digital age 

2005

Alex

Wodak

A National Conversation - Young Australians: Smarter about drugs

2014

Robert

Wolfgramm

Australia and the Pacific Saviour or Neo-colonialist sheriff? 

2003

Donald

Woods

Journalist and author of "Biko" speaking on African Crisis - Despair or Hope in Southern Africa

 

Richard

Woolcott

Forging our future in the Asian region - 2012 Annual Hawke Lecture 

2012

Penny 

Wong

30 years on, do all South Australians really have a fair go?

2014

Y  

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Ehud 

Ya' ari

From Peace to Armistice: the turbulent road towards a new architecture in the Middle East

2001

Jason 

Yat-Sen Li 

Salon des Intellectuels: It's Not Easy Being Green: Human rights or human wrongs - the worship of freedom and the detention of asylum 

2002

Jason 

Yat-Sen Li

The Changing Face of Australia: Promises of a New Generation

2000

Jason

Yat-Sen Li

Australian Fusion: Imagining our Eurasian Future

2011

Tarik

Yousef 

The Arab Spring: What comes next?

2012

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