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Michael Liffman with previous CEOs Moya Mills and Kate Latimer, and current CEO Vanessa Pigrum

The creation of Cranlana

Michael Liffman with previous CEOs Moya Mills and Kate Latimer, and current CEO Vanessa Pigrum The creation...

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Cranlana Partnership

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Media Release

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How do we do better at doing good?

2019 Liffman Lecture – Ethical PhilanthropyHow do we do better at doing good? Watch Lecture

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Executives behaving badly? What HR can do to encourage more ethical leadership

Vanessa’s piece  

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Peter Mares on The Drum

Lead Moderator Peter Mares, who oversees Cranlana course development and moderates many of the programs, was part of...

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Congratulations Terri Janke, winner of Chief Executive Women/Vincent Fairfax Fellowship scholarship

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We're hiring

Senior Client Relations Officer Position

We are looking for someone brilliant to join our Business Development team. The right person will have...

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Public Sector Informant: Demoralised by the election? Reframe what democracy means

If we feel demoralised at the ballot box, perhaps it is because we see voting as our...

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Thinking Ethically: A Pharmacists’ Guide

While ethical dilemmas are present across the health sector, pharmacists face particular challenges, since they operate both...

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How to navigate complex ethical dilemmas

We rely on our doctors, nurses and healthcare workers to care for us and our families in...

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Congratulations Catherine Chamberlain – 2019 Research Leadership Award winner

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We're hiring

Alumni Engagement Position

The Cranlana team is expanding and we have created the Alumni Engagement role to function as the primary...

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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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