Events

Coming Events

Past Events

Never Waste a Good Crisis: Opportunties from the climate emergency

Monday 8 November, 7.00-8.30pm

 

Ian Dunlop, an insightful ex oil industry senior executive & former Chair of the Australian Coal Association, joined climate entrepreneur & Director of Climate Friendly, Freddy Sharpe, in what was enlightening and uplifting.

Ian Dunlop has provided his informative slides, and a two-page summary of key details of the climate crisis. 

You can find the discussion on our YouTube Channel.

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Big Deal - Is our democracy for sale?
 

After watching the fantastic documentary about the influence of money and lobby groups on Australian politics, we joined the film's producer Craig Reucassel and Helen Haines, MP for Indi, to discuss the film and money in politics.

Helen Haines' Policy Paper on Integrity is here

You can find the discussion on our YouTube channel.

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Calling Capable Candidates

An evening with the inspirational Cathy McGowan to launch our campaign to find a Capable Independent candidate for Bradfield. 

Yes! Go and talk to four people about our search for a quality Independent. They are there, we just have to find them.

You can find the discussion on our YouTube channel.

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Hearts and Minds for Climate Action

After the release of IPCC 6, Professor Lesley Hughes and Dr Fiona Foo brought their deep expertise to our forum to offer practical things we can do to tackle the existential threat of Climate Crisis. Very empowering! 

Dr Fiona's very excellent slides are here

You can watch the discussion our YouTube channel.

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Well Being in Hard Times

With Sydney in lockdown, the sparkling Jane Caro, Dr Kate Ahmad and Dr Samantha Graham shared meaningful advice on how we can look after ourselves and our loved ones in stressful times like these. 

You can watch the discussion on our YouTube channel.

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The Importance of the Arts

Julia Zemiro and John Lewis (Principal Bass Clarinet in the Opera Australia Orchestra) gave an insider's view on the challenges faced by the Arts industry during the Covid pandemic.  

You can find the discussion on our YouTube channel.

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Earth, Ocean, Voices

Dr Kate Ahmad and Grant Webster introduced us to the trees, frogs and underwater life of Bradfield and environs. We gained a deeper understanding of the specific wonders of nature in our area. 

Meet and Greet in Cameron Park, Turramurra Sunday 28th November 3-5pm

Drop in to Cameron Park, at the corner of Eastern Road and Gilroy Road, Turramurra on Sunday 28 November between 3.00-5.00pm and have a chat with Voices of Bradfield leaders, members, volunteers and supporters.

It has never been more important to return integrity and effectiveness to federal government. This is a relaxed and friendly way you can join the conversation. So, bring your questions and comments. Join the discussion. 

There will be subject specialists who you can buttonhole - health, law, risk, climate, integrity, make up, dogs, birdwatching ... you name it, we've got it.

Cameron Park has shade areas, seating, toilets and a playground. There is information about the Park on the Ku-Ring-Gai Council website.