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Sydney Talks is a free service listing interesting talks and lectures in Sydney. Our list is updated regularly to ensure you receive the most accurate information.


CANCELLED RightsTalk: The voice of the child in family law
TALK ORIGINALLY SUBMITTED FOR 27 JULY. PLEASE NOTE DATE AMENDMENT AND CANCELLATION BY ORGANISER Due to unforeseen circumstances, the RightsTalk 'The Voice of the Child in Family Law' on Wednesday, 29 July 2015 is cancelled. Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused and for the late notice.
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Cancer screening: are we harming the healthy?
Health experts are divided over the benefits of cancer screening are we saving or harming lives? Prof Glenn Salkeld and Prof Alexandra Barratt from the University of Sydney discuss this vey important issue and invite you to bring your stories, experiences and questions.
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Author Talk: Chasing Shadows with Leila Yusaf Chung
Join Leila Yusaf Chung as she discusses her moving novel Chasing Shadows, which echoes the author's first-hand experience of the Lebanese civil war, and accentuates the compelling and heartbreaking stories of powerless Palestinian refugee women caught in a world of conflict and the clash of cultural traditions.
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Australian War Grave Gardens in Perpetuity
Landscape consultants Andrew Prowse and Kim Morris describe their work reviving Australia's war grave cemeteries in Papua New Guinea, Queensland and NT for the Commonwealth. Foci are history and design by such as Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jeckyll and challenges in management. 
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