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The National Press Club hosts public debates and private discussions that shape Australia today and into the future. Home of the national conversation, we’re proud to be Australia’s most recognised forum for discussion and debate. 

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Upcoming Speakers

Tue
26
May
2020

The Hon Scott Morrison MP

PRIME MINISTER OF AUSTRALIA

'Address to the National Press Club'

Broadcast details: Live on the ABC & Sky News at 12:30pm, Tuesday 26 May 2020.

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Wed
27
May
2020

Professor Tanya Monro

Chief Defence Scientist

'Address to the National Press Club'

Professor Monro will speak on how the science of defence and the defence industries impact the Australian community.

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Wed
20
May
2020

Hon Karen Andrews MP

Minister for Industry, Science and Technology

'Australian manufacturing in a post-COVID world'

Minister Andrews will address the Press Club about what the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us and how the Morrison Government intends to further strengthen Australian industry and manufacturing so it can be at the forefront of the economic recovery on the other side.

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Mon
18
May
2020

Jane Halton

Chair of CEPI - the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation

'In Conversation with Jane Halton'

In Conversation with Jane Halton, the chair of CEPI – the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation. Jane will discuss CEPI’s work with the president of the National Press Club, Sabra Lane. Working journalists will also have an opportunity to question Ms Halton.

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Tue
5
May
2020

The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP

Treasurer of Australia

'Paving a path towards reform and recovery'

Broadcast details: Live on the ABC & Sky at 12:30pm, Tuesday 5 May 2020.

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