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Cities@UNSW - Spatial Inequality in Sydney

Wednesday September 20, 2017

Our Cities@UNSW panels focus on the planning, design and development of metropolitan Sydney.
This panel will be framed around the implications of spatial inequality in Sydney.
This is part of the public engagement program of the UNSW Grand Challenge on Inequality.

Panel members:

Ms Monica Barone, Chief Executive Officer, City of Sydney
Associate Professor (Practice) Elizabeth Farrelly, UNSW Built Environment and Sydney based columnist and author
Ms Estelle Grech, UNSW Planning student working in Local Government in Western Sydney
Honorary Professor Ken Maher, HASSELL Fellow, ASBEC President
Professor Bill Randolph, Director, City Futures Research Centre
Adjunct Professor Geoff Roberts, Deputy Chief Commissioner, Greater Sydney Commission
Professor Helen Lochhead, Dean, UNSW Built Environment chair

Event Details:

Tuesday,
26 September 2017
6:30pm — 7:30pm
Panel discussion
7:30pm — 8:30pm
Reception in the Red Centre

Lecture:
Law Theatre,
UNSW Kensington Campus (map ref: F8)

Reception:
Built Environment Gallery,
Ground Floor, Red Centre West Wing
UNSW Kensington Campus (map ref: H13)

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