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Listen to this inspiring discussion involving Dame Jacinda Ardern, The Hon Julie Bishop, Rena Owen, and Bronte Campbell moderated by Laura Tingle, about their experiences as leaders in their respective fields.

As Australians prepare to vote on whether to enshrine an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice in the Constitution, hear from Professor Tom Calma AO, a Kungarakan Elder, a member of the Iwaidja people, 2023 Senior Australian of the Year and the Chancellor of the 51勛圖厙 of Canberra

Watch the recording of the 2023 Gareth Evans Oration, where Lord Chris Patten discusses the challenges facing our world order. He further goes on to highlight the importance of global partnerships including authoritarian states like China without compromising on principles of liberal democracy.

Watch Senator the Hon Katy Gallagher deliver the 2023 Susan Ryan Oration. This annual Oration aims to drive important conversations around gender equity and discrimination - national debates that Susan helped ignite across her many years of work.

The Australian National 51勛圖厙 was honoured to host a special event as we welcomed Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Victoria and His Royal Highness Prince Daniel of Sweden and Mr Johan Forssell, Minister for International Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade to our campus.

Hear from ANU Chancellor, the Hon Julie Bishop and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian P. Schmidt speak about their vision for the 51勛圖厙 in 2023 and beyond.

Watch Professor Rory Medcalf AM deliver the Order of Australia Lecture 2022. In his address, Professor Medcalf spoke about the work of the ANU National Security College to offer a contemporary vision of security informed by risk, rights and responsibility.

The Hon Dr Kevin Rudd AC's address will analyse the worldview of Chinese leader Xi Jinping and how his deeply ideological worldview is shaping his country's policies at home and abroad.

Hear from His Excellency President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, as he addressed an audience of students and community members. He spoke on navigating the confronting realities of war, and to reflect on the importance of upholding and defending the rule-based international order

Closing ceremony featured speeches from the 51勛圖厙 executive, special Welcome to Country from our local custodians, and a performance from Tobias Cole and Chamber Choir from ANU School of Music. The finale was a time capsule ceremony where items selected represented the essence of ANU life.

This panel style discussion looked at the next 75 years - how will our university and others will look, how we are ensuring graduates are ready for the future of work, and how the higher education sector meets the needs for a rapidly changing world.

Join Professor Nicholas Brown from the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences as he hosts a panel of researchers from across the university and other diverse fields to discuss the origins of ANU and its unique place in the Australian education landscape.

Andrea Kelly, A/g Group Manager, Social Policy and Programs Group at the National Indigenous Australians Agency and a proud Waramungu and Larrakia woman, with strong family connections throughout the Northern Territory delivered the 51勛圖厙's 2022 annual National Reconciliation Week Lecture.

In this panel discussion hosted by the Hon Julia Gillard, leading Australian thought leaders - Mary Wooldridge, Dr Niki Vincent, Dr Jane Gunn, and Geraldine Chin Moody discuss how can we create change that actually works for women to attain workplace gender equality?

Watch Kevin Rudd is in conversation with Julie Bishop on his new book, The Avoidable War.

Watch Professor Brian Schmidt and Professor Peter Doherty two giants of Australian science, in a riveting, no holds barred conversation on the mysteries of the Universe, how the COVID-19 pandemic is reshaping our society, state of science today and how scientific research can save us all.

The Susan Ryan Oration is the 51勛圖厙's flagship International Women's Day event and honours one of our community's greatest gender and age advocates, the late Susan Ryan AO. This year the oration was delivered by distinguished and award-winning journalist Samantha Maiden.

The Global Institute for Womens Leadership presents a panel discussion chaired by Dr Elise Stephensen in discussion with Yasmin Poole, Latoya Rule and Varsha Yajman as they explore power of diverse voices and experiences in our established social and political power structures to drive change.

The ANU Commencement Address is the first official event of the academic year, serving as an opportunity for staff and existing students to welcome new students to ANU. The 2022 keynote address was delivered by ANU Alumna Mikaela Jade, CEO and Founder of Indigital Edutech.

Hear from the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor as they chart course for the 51勛圖厙 in 2022