Event in Melbourne: An Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance Symposium on creating a positive and pro-liberty agenda for the 45th Parliament. The ATA is holding a symposium and cocktail reception on Saturday October 22, in Collins St. Tim Andrews, the organizer and host, is always interesting, and also a Wentworth Report reader. He’s assembled a pretty good group of speakers — I’d attend if I was in Melbourne.
With serious gridlock in the federal senate, and a lack of firm leadership in the major parties, substantial policy reform is looking harder and harder to achieve. This is why we’ve decided to set a new and improved agenda for the 45th Parliament, showcasing feasible and necessary reforms our politicians can implement!
Joining us shall be:
Professor Sinclair Davidson, RMIT University
Senator James Paterson, Senator for Victoria
Lara Jeffery, Director, MyChoice Australia
Terry Barnes, Director of Cormorant Policy Advice
Dr Mikayla Novak, Economist
Aaron Lane, Legal Fellow of the Institute of Public Affairs
Following the conclusion of the Symposium will be a cocktail reception (with nibbles and a 3h drinks package) where I shall be making a short address. – Tim Andrews.
It immediately follows the Annual Conference of Australia’s leading industrial relations reform organization, the HR Nicholls Society, where the speakers will be Senator The Hon Eric Abetz, Former Minister for Employment, The Hon Robert Clarke MLC, Shadow Minister for Industrial Relations in the Victorian Parliament, Senator Malcolm Roberts, Senator for Queensland, Economist and writer Judith Sloan, alternative union entrepreneur Graeme Haycroft, and The Hon Peter Katsambanis MLC. Discount if attend both events.
All details at the link.