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April 2021

CPLN Series

April 13, 2021 - July 27, 2021
Via Zoom

Two GRA members – Mike Faris and Joanne Fitzgerald – are establishing a Consultants’ Peer Learning Network CPLN for those in our field whose work involves them in the role of external consultant. A group of only 8 to 10 members will form for 7 meetings held 3-weekly over the next 5 months. The current cohort is now fully booked, but if you would like more information on later cohorts, please email treasurer@grouprelations.org.au

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May 2021

Mistrust and Trust in Institutions in Australia

May 19, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - June 16, 2021 @ 9:00 pm
To be confirmed Australia

Today, human existence depends upon the effective functioning of a large number of interrelated institutions and organisations. We have no choice but to depend upon them, but this dependency is at times uncomfortable, and even unsafe. Institutions that have historically been fundamental in the development of Australian society have been subjected to significant scrutiny and in the process have been shown to be corrupt and causing harm to people. The Church, banks, aged care providers and disability providers as well…

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November 2021

EOI: GRA Conference Director

November 30, 2021

GRA is seeking expressions of interest for the role of Conference Director from interested and suitably experienced GRA members to design and direct the next GRA group relations conference. It is anticipated that the conference be conducted as a six-day, residential conference in late 2022 or early 2023. The appointed director will have the option of directing up to two subsequent conferences. Mentoring in the role from previous directors is available. Interested members are invited to contact the GRA Administrator…

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January 2022

Listening Post: Australia at the Dawn of 2022

January 17 @ 4:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Lv 10, 2 Southbank Rd, Southbank VIC or via Zoom

Hosted by Group Relations Australia in partnership with OPUS. The aim of the Listening Post is to enable participants as individual citizens to reflect on their own relatedness to society and to try to develop an understanding of what is happening in society at this moment. The Listening post will provide an opportunity for participants to share their preoccupations at the dawn of 2022.  Collectively they are invited to try to identify the underlying dynamics both conscious and unconscious that…

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May 2022

Prof. Mark Stein seminar – The lost good self: Why the whistleblower is hated and stigmatized

May 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Via Zoom

You are warmly invited to attend an online seminar with GRA and Prof. Mark Stein (University of Leicester). The lost good self: Why the whistleblower is hated and stigmatized When: Due to be held on 11th May 2022, 7.30-9pm AEST  In this paper Prof. Stein develops a new explanation that furthers our understanding of why whistleblowers are frequently hated and stigmatized. He calls into question the widely held assumption in the literature that whistleblowers are hated and stigmatized exclusively because they represent…

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