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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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The Cranlana Programme is hiring

We are looking for a highly motivated partnership development professional to take on the new role of...

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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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Final places remaining for Justice & Ethics

Is justice possible? Cranlana invites you to join the conversation. Secure your place at the 2018 Justice...

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Peter Mares Speaker Series

The Cranlana Programme welcomes our guest Speaker, Peter Mares, for our upcoming Speaker Series Event. The Board...

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Ben Rimmer Speaker Series

The Cranlana Programme welcomes our guest Speaker, Ben Rimmer, for our 3rd Speaker Series Event for 2018....

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Sarah Sentilles

Sarah Sentilles Speaker Series

The Cranlana Programme welcomes our guest Speaker, Sarah Sentilles, for our next 2018 Speaker Series Event. Sarah...

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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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Glyn Davis

The dangerous business of education

Cranlana presents E&S guest speaker, Professor Glyn Davis AC The Cranlana Programme ran the inaugural Education &...

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The Governor’s Oration

Speaker Series 2018 The Cranlana Programme’s first Speaker Series Event for 2018 will be held next week,...

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The great writer and creative mind

Vale Ursula Le Guin, the great writer and creative mind, the author of Omelas, the story that...

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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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David Neal, awarded Law Council of Australia’s 2017 President’s Award

Congratulations to our esteemed Justice and Society symposium moderator, David Neal. Awarded with the Law Council of Australia’s 2017...

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Penny Wong and Cranlana

Seen in The Australian Labor foreign affairs spokes­woman Penny Wong has delivered a strong endorsement of the...

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Sen. Wong referred to TCP’s favorite historian: Thucydides

Sen. Wong referred to The Cranlana Programme’s favourite historian: “Thucydides hit the nail on the head in...

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Comment from Penny Wong

Brilliant speech this week at Cranlana on US-Australian alliance – with this fine comment at the end....

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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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Advertising at Hong Kong ferry channelling our Aristotle slogan?

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Welcome To Cranlana

The Cranlana Programme is an independent organisation with a broad objective to cultivate wisdom in leadership. Since...

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