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Living Library - An Evening With Michael Kirby


Tue 6 Sep 2016, 7:00pm–8:00pm

Where: Waverley Library, 32-48 Denison Street, Bondi Junction, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: randwick

The Randwick group of Amnesty International Australia with the support of Waverley Council invites you to this special event. Our Living Library events are aimed at creating a platform for the local community to hear stories, discuss ideas and exchange opinions on issues in a safe and welcoming space.

The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG will be our special guest at our next Living Library event at Waverley Library on 6 September, 7pm. Tickets are free but you must register here:

Hon Michael Kirby will discuss his current work on ensuring access To Health for All. In November 2015 Mr Kirby was appointed by the UN Secretary general to be a member of his High-Level Panel on access to essential medicines. This is in fulfillment of the promise of the Sustainable Development Goal number 3, which envisages that everyone will have access to essential healthcare by 2030. This is a new version of human rights. That it sometimes comes into conflict with the profit motive that plays a big part in the production of pharmaceuticals and diagnostics.

Join us for this important conversation and to reflect on any local health issues that we may be able to work together on.