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Helping leaders find the ‘moral courage’ to speak up

A partnership between two of Australia’s most prominent philanthropic families is looking to create a more ethical...

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New centre aims to grow ethical leadership in Australia

Today Australia welcomes its newest centre for ethical leadership. The Cranlana Programme – an initiative of the...

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Australia Day Honours awards

This year over twenty Cranlana Programme alumni were awarded Australia Day Honours, recognising their contribution to building...

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Commentary by Peter Mares, Lead Moderator, published in the Weekend Australian

Cranlana’s Lead Moderator, Peter Mares, provides commentary in the Weekend Australian on the recent findings in the...

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Tim Soutphommasane, starts new role at the University of Sydney

The Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership proudly congratulates board member, Dr Tim Soutphommasane, on his new appointment...

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Free Introductory Session of the Cranlana Programme

Cranlana is opening its doors on the 12th February for a morning of philosophy over coffee and...

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Government House Open Day

Government House Open Day, Australia Day 2019

Every year on Australia Day, Government House opens its doors to the public for an exciting day...

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Sarah Sentilles’ – Listen Now

  Published by ABC Art imagines a better world There are certain images which stay with you...

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Cranlana’s Lead Moderator, Peter Mares – Listen Now

  Published by ABC Peter Mares on the affordable housing crisis and his newest book, No Place Like Home...

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Ben Rimmer asks the hard questions – Listen Now

  Published by ABC Ben Rimmer unpacks the ‘Ethics of Gravity’  City of Melbourne’s CEO, Ben Rimmer, has...

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Fred Chaney

Cranlana’s Governor’s Oration 2018 – Listen now

  Published by ABC The Hon. Fred Chaney on First Australians and dysfunctional government Cranlana Governor, the...

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Ethical Challenges of Extreme Poverty and Inequality.

Professor Philip Alston In 2014, Philip was appointed by the UN Human Rights Council as its Special...

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The moral maze of refugees and migration.

The 65 million displaced people in the world are stretching migration policies to the limit. The political...

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Can we make machines more ethical?

Ellen Broad Ellen Broad is an expert in data sharing, infrastructure and ethics. She has just moved...

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