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OBA Forum 2010

21 April 2010, The Westin, Sydney

'THE FUTURE OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY'
Two of Australia’s longest serving Prime Ministers, John Howard and Bob Hawke, made history on Wednesday 21 April 2010 when they debated each other for the first time under the theme “The Future of the Global Economy”.Read more>>



OBA Forum 2008

7 November 2008, The Westin, Sydney

'THE SHIFTING BALANCE OF POWER IN 2009'
Just three days after the 2008 US Presidential Election and with the influence of China and India growing by the day, former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating, Oxford University Chancellor Lord Chris Patten and Australian Opposition leader Malcolm Turnbull discussed “The impact of the US Presidential election on Australia and Asia”.Read more>>




OBA Forum 2007

15 November 2007, The Grand Hyatt, Melbourne

'CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE IMPACT ON BUSINESS'
In 2007, JPMorgan Chairman and News Corp director Sir Rod Eddington, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation Chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski and Australian Conservation Foundation executive director Don Henry debated “Climate change and the impact on business”. Read more>>



OBA Forum 2006

23 November 2006, The Westin, Sydney

'THE FUTURE OF THE AUSTRALIAN MEDIA INDUSTRY'
In 2006, PBL Executive Chairman James Packer, John Fairfax Ltd CEO David Kirk, Australian Broadcasting Corporation managing director Mark Scott and Foxtel CEO Kim Williams debated “The future of the Australian media industry”.Read more>>



Inaugural OBA Forum 2005

26 September 2005, The Westin, Sydney

'AUSTRALIA'S ROLE IN THE WORLD ECONOMY'
In 2005, former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke, then Opposition leader Kim Beazley and Health Minister Tony Abbott debated “Australia’s role in the world economy”. Bob Hawke initiated a debate that continues to this day by claiming that Australia should be the world depository for nuclear waste. Read more>>

 
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