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JCPML Anniversary Lecture – Stan Grant

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Professor Deborah Terry AO, Vice-Chancellor, Curtin University takes pleasure in inviting you to the 2018 John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library Anniversary Lecture.

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Professor Deborah Terry AO, Vice-Chancellor, Curtin University takes pleasure in inviting you to the 2018 John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library Anniversary Lecture.   The 2018 lecture will be presented by award-winning journalist and author Stan Grant with an introduction by JCPML Patron, The Hon Julia Gillard AC. Stan is special advisor to the Prime Minister Read More

Date
Thursday 19 July 2018
Time
4.30pm to 7.00pm
Venue
Elizabeth Jolley Lecture Theatre, Building 210
Cost
Free

 

The 2018 lecture will be presented by award-winning journalist and author Stan Grant with an introduction by JCPML Patron, The Hon Julia Gillard AC.

Stan is special advisor to the Prime Minister on Indigenous constitutional recognition. He is also the ABC’s Chief Asia Correspondent, Indigenous Affairs Editor and host of current affairs TV programme ‘Matter of Fact’.

The JCPML Anniversary Lecture is an annual commemorative event to mark the anniversary of John Curtin’s death in July 1945. The inaugural lecture was held in 1998 and the event will mark its 19th anniversary in 2018.

About Stan Grant

Stan Grant is a Wiradjuri man and one of Australia’s most respected and awarded journalists, with more than 30 years’ experience in radio and television news and current affairs. He has a strong reputation for independence and integrity and has interviewed international political and business leaders, including our own prime ministers and senior ministers. Prior to taking up his latest role at the ABC, Stan served for a decade as a senior international correspondent for CNN in Asia and the Middle East, broadcasting to an audience of millions around the world. He currently hosts the ABC News program Matter of Fact,that was launched in January this year. Stan is an award-winning and bestselling author of several books and has contributed articles to many major Australian newspapers, magazines and journals.