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Webinar: Katharine Murphy - The End of Certainty

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Katherine Murphy in conversation with Ben Oquist
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Wednesday 23 September 2020 from 11am to 12pm will be an interesting timeframe for all who are interested in the political, health, and economical issues that faces Australia, and what COVID-19 has revealed about Australia, Scott Morrison, and his government.

Join Political Editor of Guardian Australia, Katharine Murphy in conversation with Ben Oquist, Executive Director at The Australia Institute, on The End of Certainty - Scott Morrison & Pandemic Politics. This is an Australia Institute's webinar series on the economics of a pandemic, in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney. A FREE event, but you need to register. In this gripping new Quarterly Essay, Katharine goes behind the scenes to tell the story of a response to the crisis and draws on interviews with PM Morrison, Brendan Murphy, Josh Frydenberg, Sally McManus and other players, she traces how the key health and economic decisions were taken.

SEE HERE for other Australia Institute events that include a Webinar with Rob Sims, Chair of ACCC on Digital Giants - Market Power & Media Diversity on 17 Sep 2020, and Politics in the Pub - Tasmania's Marine Planning System on 1 Oct 2020.
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When: Wed 23 Sep 2020 from 11am to 12pm
Where: Online
Cost: FREE but MUST REGISTER
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