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Brave Ideas for Future Leaders

As the baby boomers head into retirement, our next generations are stepping up with their own brave ideas for the futures they want for themselves and their children, and they’re not waiting for permission from anybody else to change their world! Hear from two inspirational leaders who are already doing things differently, Chris Raine, Founder and CEO [...]

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Brave Ideas for Accessible Cities

Our “ageing population” is almost a cliche. But as we’re all living longer, we’re all growing older, and more of us are living with disabilities. We want services and resources that offer us choices, convenience and freedom; cities that welcome and support active engagement with communities and opportunities for all. Share some brave ideas for [...]

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February 2013 Issue: Five Brave Ideas for Brisbane

This issue of the Brisbane Line explores ideas from the launch of The Brisbane Institute’s 2013 Brave Ideas for Brisbane lunchtime series, a series of forums that will provide an opportunity to share and shape ideas for this city. A City of Friendship Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk launched the series and provided both a [...]

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August 2012 Issue: Who are we, really?

This month we’re pleased to partner with one of Australia’s consistently outstanding journals, Griffith REVIEW, to examine ideas about Australia’s identity and our place in the world. With its eclectic mix of essays, reportage, memoir and fiction, Griffith REVIEW throws a whole bunch of exciting ideas into the life of our country every three months. Under [...]

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