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The Warrane Lecture 2017

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Warrane College, UNSW Sydney

356 Anzac Parade

Kensington, NSW 2033

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The Warrane Lecture is an annual public lecture delivered by an eminent person from public life or academia. Its aim is to contribute to the understanding of important issues and current challenges facing society, in line with the overall aims of the College.

This year’s Warrane Lecture will be delivered by Michael L'Estrange AO.

The title of the lecture is:

"Individual Rights, National Security and the Role of Government in the Global Era"

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Michael L’Estrange AO was educated at St. Aloysius College, Milson’s Point and The University of Sydney. He later studied at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar (1976-79) and at Georgetown University and the University of California, Berkeley as a Harkness Fellow (1987-89). He joined the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet in 1981 and was later Cabinet Secretary (1996-2000), High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (2000-05) and Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2005-09). From 2009 to 2016, he was Professor of National Security at the Australian National University. He was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2007. Michael is currently on the Boards of Rio Tinto and Qantas, and is Deputy Chancellor of
The University of Notre Dame Australia. He is married to Jane and they have five sons.

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Admission free: RSVP essential by Friday, September 29th.

Refreshments will be served from 7.30pm and at the conclusion of the lecture.

Parking will be available on the campus of UNSW. Access via Gate 14.

Details of previous Warrane Lectures are available on our website.

More information: events@warrane.unsw.edu.au

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