The next Senate occasional lecture ‘The ANZAC Connection: Trans-Tasman ties in the century since Beersheba’ will delivered by His Excellency Mr Chris Seed, the New Zealand High Commissioner to Australia. The lecture will be held at the Australian Parliament House Theatre on Friday 20 October, 12.15pm-1:15pm. For more information see the Senate website.
The Executive of the ACT Chapter ASPG wishes to advise its members that following his appointment as the Clerk Assistant, Committee Office, within the Department of the Senate, Tim Bryant has resigned his position of as Chair of the Executive. The Executive thanks Tim for his work on behalf of the chapter and wishes him […]
The ANU’s Centre for International and Public Law monthly seminar will be given by Andrew McDonald and will consider the story of the UK’s Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority and reflect on its new Australian namesake. What lessons does the former have for the latter? And what hopes should we have for the new kid on […]
The 14th edition of Odgers’ Australian Senate Practice is now available. Printed copies can be ordered directly from the Australian Parliament’s website and a free PDF version is also available.
Dr Zareh Ghazarian, lecturer in politics and international relations at Monash University, is giving a Senate occasional lecture this Friday on the subject on minor parties. Minor parties have become major players in Australian politics. Hundreds of minor parties have contested elections throughout Australian political history, but only a handful have won parliamentary representation. […]
Following the upcoming Senate Occasional Lecture, local ACT chapter members (and anyone else interested in a good natter) are welcome to get together following the event at the Queen’s Terrace Cafe. aspg-flyer_2017-02
The next Senate’s next occasional lecture is to be presented by Professor Simon Jackman, CEO of the United State Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. Below is an outline of what Professor Jackman will be speaking about. Elections in Australia and the United States during 2016 have been interpreted as reflecting a surge in […]