Richard Marles in conversation
Please note: This event is now being held online.
Join us for an evening with former member of Parliament Chris Pyne in conversation with Richard Marles.
As the many nations of the Pacific deal with the threat of climate change, including rising sea levels and lessening access to fresh water, they are also suffering from some of the slowest rates of development of any region on earth. Now more than ever, the Pacific needs a champion, and that champion needs to be Australia. In Tides that Bind: Australia in the Pacific, ALP Deputy Leader Richard Marles implores us to step up our support for and commit to building better relationships with our friends in the Pacific, assisting their development and securing peace in the region. He argues we must do so not just for the sake of our global standing, but for the ten million people to whom the Pacific is home.
This event is free to attend but bookings are essential.
How to ‘attend’ a virtual event at Readings
This event commences online at 6.30pm using the video conferencing platform Zoom.
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