PAPERS AND REPORTS

Professor Hugh White Q & A

Professor Hugh White's talk can be heard at: http://www.miat.org.au/speeches/170302_MIAT - Hugh White QnA.mp3

Fr FRANK BRENNANíS TALK TO BEECROFT FORUM

Fr Frank Brennan’s talk to Beecroft Forum on 1 November 2016 can be heard at: https://soundcloud.com/frank-brennan-6/my-journey-for-justice-amplifying-that-still-small-voice

UNSC VETO USE REPORT

ALLAN ASHER

16 FEBRUARY 2012
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JAKE LYNCH - JOURNALIST

18 AUGUST 2011
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MIAT BEECORFT FORUM DINNER

3 MARCH 2011
Human Rights in Criminal Justice and Politics 
Nicholas Cowdery AM QC 
Director of Public Prosecutions NSW 
Past President, International Association of Prosecutors 
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CONSTANTINE DABBAH - EXECUTIVE SECRETARY NEAR EAST COUNCIL OF CHURCHES, GAZA

24 JULY 2010 
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MARK O'CONNER - ENVIRONMENTALIST AND AUTHOR OF "OVERLOADING AUSTRALIA"

20 MAY 2010 
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ANUERUIN HUGHES - FORMER EU AMBASSADOR TO AUSTRALIA

25 MARCH 2010 
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WAR AND CHRISTIANITY - PANEL DISCUSSION 

RANDA ABDUL FATTAH - AUSTRALIAN MUSLIM AUTHOR, LAWYER AND HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST

6 AUGUST 2009 
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JUSTICE MICHAEL KIRBY - EX HIGH COURT JUDGE

14 MAY 2009
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MARK SCOTT MANAGING DIRECTOR - AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATE

2 APRIL 2009
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PHILIP RUDDOCK - LIBERAL MP FOR BEROWRA

STEVE KILLILLEA - FOUNDER, GLOBAL PEACE INDEX

PROFESSOR IAN HARPER - CHAIRMAN OF THE FAIR PAY COMMISSION

CARDINAL GEORGE PELL

15 NOVEMBER 2007
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FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND BELIEF IN THE 21ST CENTURY

The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a project on the future of religion and belief in Australia with particular reference to the role of religion in social cohesion, human rights and participation in the political process. MIAT made a submission and the submission can be downloaded here.

The HRC discussion paper backgrounding the project can be downloaded from the AHRC website

HUMANE AND HUMANITY

MIAT believes the foundation-stone for legislation, social action, business and other social activities and studies must be clear understandings of both "humane" and "humanity". So much news and other communications are today "de-humanised".  MIAT has asked philosophers, theologians and eminent people to give their definitions of these two concepts, taking into account issues which were unthought of 100 years ago, but which are important now. Their submissions are in the document below.  

The Humane and Humanity report can be downloaded here.

MIDDLE EAST COUNCIL OF CHURCHES IN GAZA ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2009.

ANNUAL REPORT 2012