04 December 2018, 6:00pm–7:15pm
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|Location|| Village Roadshow Theatrette |
via Entry 3, La Trobe Street
|Accessibility||Has wheelchair access|
Prime Minister’s Summer Reading List 2018
Grattan Institute will launch our annual Summer Reading List for the Prime Minister, in Melbourne at the State Library Victoria on Tuesday 4 December. Every year Grattan Institute releases a summer reading list for the Prime Minister. It recommends books and articles that the Prime Minister, or any Australian interested in public debate, will find both stimulating and cracking good reads. This year’s list will be announced soon. Melbourne-based journalist Madeleine Morris will join Grattan Institute CEO John Daley in Melbourne to discuss how this year’s titles illuminate some of Australia’s most important debates.
Madeleine Morris is a Melbourne-based senior journalist for 7.30 and regular fill-in host of ABC News Breakfast. For over a decade she was based in London as a reporter and presenter for the BBC, where she reported from more than 20 countries including working as Washington correspondent. She is the author of parenting guide Guilt-Free Bottle-Feeding: why your formula-fed baby can be happy, healthy and smart.
John Daley has been CEO of the Grattan Institute since it was founded eight years ago. He has published extensively on economic reform priorities, budget policy, tax reform, housing affordability, and generational inequality. He has worked at the University of Oxford, the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet, consulting firm McKinsey and Co, and ANZ Bank in fields including law, public policy, strategy, and finance.
About the Policy Pitch
In this engaging seminar series a panel of experts and thinkers tackle some of the most important problems facing Australia, from cultural hot-button topics to pressing social concerns. Join us each month for lively, intelligent and thoughtful debate on subjects that impact us all.
The Policy Pitch is a joint initiative of State Library Victoria and Grattan Institute, an independent think tank dedicated to developing high-quality public policy for Australia’s future.