Sublime jazz vocal stylings of Sally Marett, 6pm - 8.30pm.
Happy Hour: 5pm - 6.30pm
Oyster Bar: 5pm - 7pm
DAN OAKES DECISION WELCOME BUT JOURNALISM PROTECTIONS MUST BE STRENGTHENED.
The National Press Club is relieved to see the decision not to prosecute ABC reporter Dan Oakes, but this case highlights the urgent need for reform of laws that enable the criminalisation of journalism.
These laws have a chilling effect on the right of journalists to carry out their jobs, and to report without fear or favour.
National Press Club calls on the Malaysian Government to immediately stop intimidating Australian and Al Jazeera Journalists
The Board of National Press Club of Australia calls on the democratically elected government of Malaysia to immediately cease its criminal investigation into five Australian journalists and one Al Jazerra journalist over its short documentary 101 East about migrant workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
War Correspondents Memorial
This Anzac Day we stop and reflect on the sacrifices of war correspondents, photographers, artists and crews who tell our stories.
Head of the National Security College at the Australian National University & CEO of AustCyber, the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network
This has been year of global shock: COVID-19 and its economic fallout, intensified strategic struggle around the rise of China, environmental disaster, social turmoil. The world is in for a decade of disruption, and Australia faces a horizon of risk. Yet commentary often overlooks the capability and agency that our nation, a substantial power in every sense, can bring to the challenges ahead. In this presentation, two prominent analysts offer distinct roadmaps for Australia to protect its interests and values in the decade ahead. These involve drawing on the lessons of 2020 and building foundations for new kinds of security, spanning defence, economics, diplomacy, society, information and technology.View Details
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