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    Julian Burnside QC and Fr Frank Brennan, scheming together for a better and different Australia?

Manning Clark House Weekend of Ideas: photos!

All photos of the April 2007 Manning Clark event are by Freddie Steen, volunteer worker at the Romero Centre, Brisbane QLD.

Main photo: Julian Burnside QC and Fr Frank Brennan, quietly scheming together, in a quiet corner of the Manning Clark House gardens, for a better and different Australia?

Below is the collection of photos taken by advocate Freddie Steen, at the Manning Clark House sixth Weekend of Ideas, "A Fair Go for Refugees?" during the first weekend of April 2007 in Canberra's Manning Clark House in Forrest, ACT.

The conference, well attended by a couple of hundred people, featured a large number of high profile presenters associated with the refugee lobby. There are several pages about this 5th Weekend of Ideas, and all pages apart from the only you're currently reading, are listed and linked below.

Related:

7 May 2007: Making sense at Manning Clark House - Some material presented or published following the Manning Clark House 2007 Weekend of Ideas: the SIEVX presentation by Tony Kevin in the media segment, the Agreed Statement of Principles issued by the Conference, and a Canberra Times article by John Warhurst.

7 May 2007: Dr Eva Sallis, Australian dream; Australian nightmare: Some thoughts on Multiculturalism and Racism - "...this place is called, with terrible irony, Blackster. It is the other side of town from Baxter, and, although less money is spent here, the echoes are stark, and when I thought about it, almost all generated by the fence." The Dymphna Clark Lecture at the Manning Clark House 6th Weekend of Ideas, "A Fair Go for Refugees?"

 :::40 PHOTOS::: 6 May 2007: Kate Durham's SIEVX Art Exhibition goes to Canberra - From 30 March to 15 April 2007, as an art exhibition associated with the Manning Clark House Weekend of Ideas, reknowned Melbourne artist Kate Durham's impressive SIEVX art exhibition visited Canberra at the Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre. Project SafeCom's Jack Smit attended the exhibition's opening.

28 March to 1 April 2007: Canberra in March 07: two significant events in one significant week - Manning Clark House's Sixth Annual Weekend of Ideas: A Fair Go for Refugees?, a Talk and Dinner with Project SafeCom's Jack Smit, and a significant week of Parliament with both Houses sitting for the last week before this year's Easter recess. Make sure you're there!

The photographs

Name labels with the images are all probably 'mostly correct', but let us know if there are any errors! Click on the thumbnails to open the large versions in a new window.

Manning Clark's son Benjamin
Julian Burnside QC
Fr Frank Brennan
Senator Andrew Bartlett
Audience 1
Audience 2
Audience 3
Audience 4
Rosemary Nairn
Bill Maley
Marty Morrison
Rosemary Nairn
Hassan Ghulam
Dr Mary Crock
Psychiatrist Louise Newman
Hassan Ghulam
David Marr
David Marr
David Marr
David Marr
Audience 5
Audience 6
Audience 7
Audience 8
Riz Wakil
Arlin Wakil
Arlin Wakil, mum Safia Gul and 'Ajai' Mary Crock
Riz Wakil
Deb Whitmont
with Tony Kevin
with Tony Kevin
Deb Whitmont
Marion Le presentation
Deb Whitmont presentation
Deb Whitmont presentation
Deb Whitmont presentation
Rick Towle, UNHCR
John Warhurst
John Warhurst
Virginia Walker
Ngareta Rossell
Ngareta Rossell
Eva Sallis and Ben Clark
Eva Sallis
Arnold Zable
The venue
Arnold Zable
Arnold Zable
David Marr & Marion Le
Listening...
David Marr & Jack Smit
David Marr, Fr John Eddie & Marion Le
Julian Burnside to Kate Durham
Julian Burnside & Frank Brennan
Julian Burnside & Ben Clark
Julian Burnside & David Manne
Mahmoud Baqiri
Mahmoud Baqiri
Mahmoud Baqiri
Audience
Aamer Sultan
Aamer Sultan
Agnes Shia: Welcome to Country
Aguil De'Chut Deng
Aguil De'Chut Deng
Aguil De'Chut Deng
Dick Aitken & Aamer Sultan
Anne-Marie Jordens
Phil Griffiths, Tony Kevin, Jaqui Everitt, Deb Whitmont
Tony Kevin listens
Tony Kevin
Tony Kevin gets his applause
Pamela Curr
Pamela Curr
Pamela Curr
Pamela Curr, Don MacLurcan
Frank Brennan
Frank Brennan
Claire Bruhns listens...
... and Brigid Arthur
Frank Brennan
Frank Brennan
Frank Brennan
Claire Bruhns
Kate Gauthier
Jacqui Everitt
Jacqui Everitt
Kate Durham
Julian Burnside
Julian Burnside
Julian Burnside
Julian Burnside
Hassan Ghulam & Riz Wakil
Hassan Ghulam
Hassan Ghulam
Hassan Ghulam & Pamela Curr
David Marr & Ben Clark
David Marr
David Marr's talk
... and a question
Ron Merkel QC
Ron Merkel, Riz Wakil, Mary Crock
Moussa
Moussa
Ngareta Rossell, John Highfield, Claire Bruhns
John Highfield
John Highfield
Jack H Smit
Brett Solomon
Phil Griffiths, Jack H Smit
Phil Griffiths, Jack H Smit
Jack H Smit, David Marr
UNHCR's Rick Towle
Louise Newman, Mary Crock
Louise Newman, Jacqui Everitt, Hassan Ghulam
David Corlett, Tom Zubrycki, Jacqui Everitt
Julian Burnside, David Manne
David Manne
Bill Maley
Attentive audience
Question time
Bill Maley
Audience
Pensive Burnside
Ian McPhedran
Dr Aamer Sultan with Louise Newman & Andrew Bartlett
DIMIA's Peter Hughes
Tom Zubrycki presents
UNHCR's Rick Towle
UNHCR's Rick Towle
Mary Crock
Fr John Eddy
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