Joseph H. Carens is a professor at the Department of Political Science of the University of Toronto, Canada. His research interests are mainly focused on contemporary political theory, especially on issues related to immigration and political community. Carens is an advocate of open borders, and often considered a leading ethical theorist in the field of immigration. He is author of numerous books including 'The Ethics of Immigration' - Oxford University Press, 2015.
'There is nothing as uninventable as progress': Tiernan Brady on the need to keep up the campaign for marriage equality
The final instalment of the 2016 Alumni Speaker Series is now available to stream via the ABC Radio National website. In his address, Australians for Equality Executive Director, Tiernan Brady, shared his experience in the Irish referendum on marriage equality and its relevance to the Australian campaign.
Resentment, disillusionment and unrealistic expectations – listen to Laura Tingle’s Alumni Speaker Series address online
Stream or download a considered critique of the current political landscape from Australian Financial Review’s Political Editor, Laura Tingle. Delivered as part of the 2016 Alumni Speaker Series, the talk was recorded and broadcast by ABC Radio National on the 'Big Ideas' program.
Kim Williams has taken over from Terry Moran as Chair of the Cranlana Programme Foundation and Christine Christian has joined the board, while longstanding members Peter Duncan and Professor Gill Palmer announce their retirement.
Lowitja Institute CEO Romlie Mokak's Medicine & Society Oration is now available to stream and download from ABC Radio National's 'Big Ideas' site.
Where to now for marriage equality? Tiernan Brady delivers the final Alumni Speaker Series event of the year
Irish marriage equality campaigner Tiernan Brady closes the 2016 Alumni Speaker Series on 22 November in Melbourne.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders must exercise agency – and government must let go: Romlie Mokak
Delivering the 2016 Medicine & Society Oration, Lowitja Institute CEO Romlie Mokak laid out the case for reassessing the relationship between money and outcomes in health policy and the steps required to do so.
Read the full text of Kim Williams' recent address to the Alumni Speaker Series – The ‘impossible’ challenge of leadership in the digital diaspora?
Dr Martin Parkinson PSM, Kim Williams AM, Dr Tim Soutphommasane and Anna Spraggett join the Cranlana Programme board.
The Alumni Speaker Series comes to Sydney for the first time on 8 September 2016, featuring Tiernan Brady, CEO of Australian Marriage Equality and former Political Director for the Yes Equality campaign in Ireland’s marriage referendum.
Kim Williams AM takes aim at the woeful state of leadership around the world in the second address of this year's Alumni Speakers Series on 21 July 2016. A candid event not to be missed.
The 2016 Medicine & Society Oration – A question of value: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
How do we value the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and what price do we pay as a society for not getting it right? Lowitja Institute CEO Romlie Mokak deliver the 2016 Medicine & Society Oration on 10 August.
A number of alumni where recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including longstanding board member Peter Duncan AO.
Dr Khalid Koser, Executive Director of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund, launches the 2016 Alumni Speaker Series with events in Canberra and Melbourne.
International legal aid campaigner Steven Hynes, Director of the UK’s Legal Action Group, delivered the inaugural Cranlana Programme Justice & Society Oration on 17 May 2016. Stream the address and Q&A now.
This morning, Justice & Society Symposium co-founder David Neal addressed the Legal Aid Matters rally in Melbourne.
Ahead of next month's Democracy & Society Symposium, programme director Kerry Flattley has prepared a following note on Titian's 'An Allegory of Prudence' and the need to look at the past with clear-eyed and uncompromising vision.
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Romlie Mokak, CEO of the Lowitja Institute, will deliver the 2016 Medicine & Society Oration on 10 August, addressing the question of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing.
Steven Hynes, Director of the UK's Legal Action Group, will deliver the inaugural Justice & Society Oration on Tuesday 17 May 2016.
Two new symposia have been added to the alumni-only Cranlana Advanced suite of programmes: Democracy & Society and Violence & Society.