The Welfare State: Money, Trade and the Human Experience: Part 3
As the final panel in the Melbourne Museum series – Money, trade and the human experience – we will examine the historical roots of the Welfare state and its practical application in society today. Where are we now and what’s gone wrong along the way?
Join Dr Philip Mendes (Associate Professor in the Department of Social Work, Faculty of Medicine, Monash University) Lawrence Reginald Chang (Queer Youth Leader), Dr Tim Dunlop (Writer, Centre for Advancing Journalism, University of Melbourne) and Moderator Ebony Gaylor (Community Mobilisation and Social Change, Australian Red Cross), as they discuss The Welfare State and its practical application in society today, exploring issues of choice, agency, inequality and the future of work.
WHEN: Wednesday 26 June, 6.30pm
WHERE: Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton VIC 3053
Money, Trade and the Human Experience is delivered in collaboration with Melbourne Museum as part of the Creating Space for Relevant Debate series.
SOURCE: Melbourne Museum. “Humanities 21 Lecture: The Welfare State” Melbourne Museum, website viewed 14 June 2019.
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