Brotherhood of St Laurence

A tale of two Melbournes? The disparities of place and how to bridge the divide / delivered by Professor Roz Hansen

By: Hansen, Roz | Brotherhood of St Laurence
Series: G.T. Sambell Memorial OrationPublisher: Fitzroy, Vic. unpub. 2012Description: 7 p. PDFOther title: Sambell Oration 2012 | Sambell Oration to the Brotherhood of St LaurenceSubject(s): Melbourne (vic.) | City Planning | Cities And Towns | Housing | Social Conditions | Victoria - Melbourne | Growth | Sambell OrationOnline Resources: DOWNLOAD PDF
List(s) this item appears in: Sambell Oration - Named after former Brotherhood executive director, Geoffrey Sambell, the event reflects his concern for social justice and provides a forum for community leaders to discuss social issues
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27 November, 2012 Professor Roz Hansen, Adjunct Professor, Deakin University

And thank you to executive director Tony Nicholson for paying me the honour of asking me to deliver the Sambell Oration. As chair of the Ministerial Advisory Committee helping the State Government map out a new Metropolitan Planning Strategy – a blueprint to guide Melbourne's expansion and growth over the next 40 years – I have got to know Tony as a member of the committee. I can testify he is passionate about bringing to the table the Brotherhood's concern about weaving together economic and social policies to deliver a more inclusive growth for our city.

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