Event type: Panel
Date: Monday 30 July 2018
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Venue: The Footbridge Theatre (A09), Science Road, University of Sydney, (off Footbridge walkway across Parramatta Rd, next to Holme Building, Ross St Entrance)
Cost: Free and open to all with online registrations required
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Please note: while there is some parking available within the University, New Law Building carpark, Broadway and some street parking across the road at Forest Lodge, spaces are limited so we suggest using public transport whenever possible.
Great journalism changes laws and lives. Hear from reporters about what it takes to build an investigative project, how they find and protect sources, compile evidence and structure complex stories to resonate with audiences. And hear about how these kind of stories change people’s lives for the better: from exposing cancer clusters and financial malpractice to global investigations like the Panama Papers.
Presented as a part of Storyology, the Walkley Foundation's festival for journalism. You can view the full program here.
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Professor Kevin McDonald presents case studies with a university student, a computer hacker, and a former drug dealer to demonstrate different radicalisation experiences
Monday 2 July
This event will discuss the importance of building a new energy system that is fair to all, and what a truly progressive energy system might look like going forward.
Monday 2 July
Join us to hear Dr Sandra Barker discuss how therapy dogs help people in a variety of settings.
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