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The Internet as a Challenge to Youth

Western Heritage Australia

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 6:00 PM (AEST)

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The upcoming Round Table forum will be - "The Internet as a Challenge to Youth". This will be held in the Jubilee Room at NSW Parliament House, MacQuarie Street, Sydney on Tuesday September 13 at 6pm.  Donations are welcome.   Please book early.

 

Guest Speakers

Matthew Keeley

Director of the National Children's and Youth Law Centre.


Dr. Helen Pringle Ph.D M.A. B.A. (Hons)

School of Social Sciences and International Studies - University of New South Wales

Andrew Patterson

Andrew is a former police Detective Sergeant specialising in child protection and a member of the Australian Sex Party - NSW 

Elena Jeffreys

Elena is President of Scarlet Alliance 

 

PLEASE USE THE REGISTRATION LINK ABOVE TO BOOK A SEAT AS SEATS ARE LIMITED.

 

Please note that entrance to the Jubilee Room is via the main entrance of Parliament House.

After clearing a security check (which applies to all visitors - including the Fellowship) turn towards the right after entering the building through the main entrance. The Jubilee Room is to the left between the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council.

 

The Round Table fourms are an initiative of the Fellowship of the Round Table - a non affiliated not for profit discussion and study group which aims to raise political cultural consciousness, and to network for creative social change.

Have questions about The Internet as a Challenge to Youth? Contact Western Heritage Australia

When & Where


Jubilee Room
Parliament House
MacQuarie Street
Sydney, New South Wales 2000
Australia

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at 6:00 PM (AEST)


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Western Heritage Australia

 

Round Table forums are an initiative of Western Heritage Australia (sometimes known as the Fellowship of the Round Table) - a non affiliated long established not for profit organisation.  Round Table forums have been held at NSW Parliament House since 2006.

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