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Policy Forum and The Australian National University present

 

Democracy Sausage live! Australia’s election countdown


When:

18th May 2022
5.30-7.30pm

Where:

Manning Clark Hall, Kambri, The Australian National University

Speakers:

Kieran Gilbert
Judith Brett
Marija Taflaga
Mark Kenny

Cost:

Free

After months of anticipation, Australia’s political future is about to be decided.

So how have Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese performed throughout the federal election campaign so far? Has either major party done enough to win victory in their own right on 21 May? And what do the candidates’ policy announcements tell us about the sort of government they’ll lead?

Join Democracy Sausage host Mark Kenny just days out from the election for a special live podcast recording at The Australian National University.

On the panel with Mark for the final episode before election day is Chief Political Reporter for Sky News Australia Kieran Gilbert, highly acclaimed author and researcher Emeritus Professor Judith Brett, and political scientist Dr Marija Taflaga.

Refreshments and democracy sausages served from 5.30pm, recording starts at 6.30pm.

Don’t miss out – registrations are essential!

This recording is a joint production between ANU Crawford School of Public Policy’s Policy Forum, ANU Australian Studies Institute, and The Australian National University.

Democracy Sausage with Mark Kenny is available on AcastApple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

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