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The Great Barrier Reef and the Battles to Save It

Today the Great Barrier Reef is in crisis from climate change. Earlier in the 1960s it was threatened by oil drilling. Learn about the battles not only to save the Great Barrier Reef but the world’s oceans. Why are our oceans in such a serious shape? Why do many fear their collapse?... [More]
$22 Limited

Today the Great Barrier Reef is in crisis from climate change. Earlier in the 1960s it was threatened by oil drilling. Learn about the battles not only to save the Great Barrier Reef but the world’s

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24 Feb

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Fabulous Europe on a Budget

A European holiday doesn’t have to be an expensive experience. In this course we learn how to keep down the costs of your next continental adventure, whilst getting the most out of your travels. Affordable transport, accommodation and off the beaten track sight seeing are all covered in this session. We also explore how to pack light, where to eat... [More]
$39 Limited

A European holiday doesn’t have to be an expensive experience. In this course we learn how to keep down the costs of your next continental adventure, whilst getting the most out of your travels.

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25 Feb

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What is an Oratorio?

"For my part, they give me an idea of heaven, where everybody is to sing whether they have voices or not." - Horace Walpole on Handel’s oratorios, 1743. Combining words and music with choir, soloists and orchestra, the oratorio is one of the grandest genres of classical music. Join us as we explore how this wonderful genre works, with its origins... [More]
$49 Limited

<em>"For my part, they give me an idea of heaven, where everybody is to sing whether they have voices or not."</em> - Horace Walpole on Handel’s oratorios, 1743. Combining words and music with choir,

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28 Feb

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Security in the Post-Soviet Space: A Brief Introduction

The countries of the Post-Soviet Space (i.e. the fifteen former Soviet republics which together once made up the USSR) are faced with a number of common security problems, in relation to various cultural, economic, military and/or political issues. In this one hour course, we will briefly survey six international organizations that have been... [More]
$22 Limited

<p>The countries of the Post-Soviet Space (i.e. the fifteen former Soviet republics which together once made up the USSR) are faced with a number of common security problems, in relation to various

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02 Mar

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Iconic Irish Cities: Derry and Kilkenny

Derry was a major centre for 1,000 years before its name was changed to Londonderry. Its walls encircle stories of the Siege of 1689 and the Troubles of the 1970s. Kilkenny was St Canice’s holy city, the seat of the medieval Irish Parliament in the 1300s and in the 1600s a Confederate hub against English dominance. Part history, part travelogue,... [More]
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<p>Derry was a major centre for 1,000 years before its name was changed to Londonderry. Its walls encircle stories of the Siege of 1689 and the Troubles of the 1970s. Kilkenny was St Canice’s holy

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03 Mar

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Democracy Matters: Mapping Australian Democracy

Democracy is much more than elections, politicians and the media. We are joined by the Sydney Alliance to hear about the bits of democracy we walk past every day in Sydney, without realising they are there. Find out about the Sydney Alliance CBD walking tours, designed to bring to life the people, key moments and places where our democracy springs... [More]
$22 Limited

Democracy is much more than elections, politicians and the media. We are joined by the Sydney Alliance to hear about the bits of democracy we walk past every day in Sydney, without realising they are

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06 Mar

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Boris Johnson's First Crisis

The UK government is in turmoil, with the unexpected resignation of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. The crisis is being blamed on Boris Johnson’s “brain” and Dominic Cummings (who also brilliantly masterminded the Brexit campaign). We will examine: Why is there now a crisis? Who is Dominic Cummings? What does this crisis mean for the government... [More]
$22 Limited

<p>The UK government is in turmoil, with the unexpected resignation of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. The crisis is being blamed on Boris Johnson’s “brain” and Dominic Cummings (who also brilliantly

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06 Mar

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Unruly Women: Bad Girls Who Made History

Join us to honour those wonderful unruly and noisy women who have challenged the patriarchy, and refused to be silent and subservient: They are women who conquered the gendered expectations of women in the public space, in politics, science, religion, literature, the arts, business and more. COURSE OUTLINE Unruly women of politics and social and... [More]
$49 Limited

<p>Join us to honour those wonderful unruly and noisy women who have challenged the patriarchy, and refused to be silent and subservient: They are women who conquered the gendered expectations of

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06 Mar

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Whistleblowers: Why are "Truth Tellers" Vilified and Prosecuted?

In recent times several democratic governments have pursued whistleblowers in the name national security. Do politicians have contempt for the truth? Are Julian Assange and Edward Snowden cyber terrorists or publishers or patriots? Why is the Australian government now pursuing “Witness K” and his lawyer Bernard Collaery after the 2012 revelations... [More]
$22 Limited

<p>In recent times several democratic governments have pursued whistleblowers in the name national security. Do politicians have contempt for the truth? Are Julian Assange and Edward Snowden cyber

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09 Mar

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Indian Hill Stations

Visit three very different hill stations in India in an extensively illustrated presentation. DARJEELING - once a convalescent and recreation town for the British civil and military community, its proximity to mount Kanchenjunga offers visitors impressive mountain views. SHIMLA – was famous as the summer capital of the British Raj, and the former... [More]
$39 Limited

<p>Visit three very different hill stations in India in an extensively illustrated presentation.<br/><p></p><ul><li>DARJEELING - once a convalescent and recreation town for the British civil and

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10 Mar

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