I’m happy to be able to let folks know that I’ll be on a panel tomorrow night discussing the CPD‘s new e-book Pushing Our Luck. My much more distinguished and esteemed colleagues, Miriam Lyons and John Quiggin will be joining me.
Pushing our Luck is the latest in the CPD’s series of election year ideas discussion starters.
It’s part of our work towards non-partisan and progressive policy development, and the curation of policy debates.
The event is free and so is the finger food. You’ll have to pay a little for a glass of vino. The garden space at the back of Avid should be very pleasant if (as I expect) we have a balmy Brisbane Spring evening.
Details at the Avid Reader site (please rsvp for catering purposes):
Join us for a panel discussion chaired by Mark Bahnisch, along with the Centre for Policy Development’s Director and editor of Pushing Our Luck, Miriam Lyons, and contributing authors for a lively discussion on the ten big issues that will shape this country well beyond the 2013 election.
The Centre for Policy Development (CPD) has published Pushing Our Luck a compelling case for solutions to problems awaiting Australia’s next government. With insights from experts on ten big issues that will shape this country well beyond the 2013 election Pushing Our Luck will revive your zest for public debate and give us all a chance to set the daily grind of modern politics aside for a moment and focus on what really matters for Australia’s future.
I hope you can make it!