We are fast approaching our last public forum for 2011. This will be on a Friday evening to accommodate our speaker, renowned expert on sustainability, Professor Peter Newman. Peter is from Western Australia but will be in Sydney to attend a meeting of the Board of Infrastructure Australia. We are so fortunate that he has agreed to extend his stay out East so he could speak to us at CES.
Topic: Sustainability and Climate Change Some Ethical Reflections
Peter preaches a theology of hope in the future. Come along and be inspired or challenged. Bring your own questions and join in the Q and A after Peter's talk.
When: 7.30 pm Friday 25 November
Where: Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture
Chair: Rev Gregor Henderson. This will be the last time Gregor will chair our forums wearing the hat of CES President. We have been really delighted that he has supported us as President for the last two years and I am sure we will continue to see him at many future forums.
Cost: If you are in a position to give a $5 donation, that would help us cover the cost of the venue. Supper will be provided.
October speaker was Dr Haydn Washington addressing "Climate Change Denial; Twisting Language?". I think all attendees found much
of interest in what Dr Washington had to say and his
talk certainly sparked some good questions. The audio is not yet available
but a pdf file of Dr Washingtons powerpoint presentation
can be found from our website. Just
click here : Denial: Twisting
and look for the last item under "What's New? What's
Talk: The Inventiveness of Nonviolence, a Gospel Perspective
Speaker: Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Kathy Kelly, an American peace activist
When: 5.30pm, Wednesday 2 November
More Details: See CES web and scroll down to Non-CES Events
Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world with the highest proportion of widows and orphans.
When: Saturday 5 November from 10.00am to 5.00pm.
Where: 22 Whitelaw St, Pearce
What: Mulloon Creek Natural Farms 2011 Land Restoration Day: Peter Andrews (Natural Sequence Farming) will give a presentation in the barn, guide a 3km creek walk, participate in Q&A and be on hand all day for discussion.
When: 5 November, 9.30 am to 4 pm
Cost: $50 per person ; $90 per family
Details: see Mulloon Creek
other SEE-Change events in November; click on : See-Change
St Thomas More Forum
Topic: Leading in Australia
Speaker: General Peter Cosgrove; Chancellor of Australian Catholic University and former Chief of Australian Defence Force
Where: St. Thomas More Hall at 30 White Crescent, Campbell
Time: 7.30 - 9.00 pm Wednesday 9 November
Cost : General entry $10. Concession: $3. Online booking and payment by credit card is required for seating and catering purposes . Seating is only guaranteed for those who register/pre-purchase tickets. To book on line click on : Booking
Online Booking Enquiries: Sharon Brewer (02) 6163 4300
Talk to Parents about Pornography
When: Monday 14 November, 7.45 pm to 9.15 pm
Speaker: Melinda Tankard Reist, co-editor of a new book on the pornography industry
Where: Rheinberger Centre, Yarralumla
Cost: $5 per family
Enquiries: Ph 6163 4300
Public Lecture on Social Justice
When: 6:30 pm, Friday 18 November 2011
Speakers: Father Frank Brennan, Professor Jon Altman
Further Details: See CES web and scroll down to 'Non-CES Events'
Open Garden Funder Raiser for St Vincent de Paul Society
When: 19-20 November from 10 am to 4.30 pm
Where: 72 Charterisville Ave; Condor
Cameron Memorial Lecture
Inaugural Clyde Cameron Memorial Lecture
Association For Good Government (ACT Branch)
By: Association For Good Government (ACT Branch)
Land, Social Justice and Sustainability
Topic: Land, Social Justice and Sustainability
Frank Stilwell (keynote speaker) and Dr Terry Dwyer
Speakers: Prof. Frank Stilwell (keynote speaker) and Dr Terry Dwyer
9 am to 1 pm Saturday 19 November
When: 9 am to 1 pm Saturday 19 November
University House Hall, 1 Balmain Cres, ANU
Where: University House Hall, 1 Balmain Cres, ANU
6254 1897 or email@example.com
Bookings: 6254 1897 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For those in Sydney on Tuesday 15 November
The Edmund Rice Business Ethics Initiative Breakfast Series for 2011
Topic: Ethical Leadership
Breakfast: with Mike Carlton @ Gilbert and Tobin
Time: 7.30 am to 9 am
Cost: $40; members and students $25
Bookings: Contact: Gary Wellsmore on 8762 4200 or email: email@example.com
It is not too late to support CES by becoming a member for 2011-2012. The cost is just $15 single ($10 conc.) or $20 family ($15 conc.) To become a member or to renew, please look online at: membership and scroll down to Join Us.
I look forward to seeing you on the evening of Friday 25 November.