5C02 Current Affairs

Tutor/Facilitator Marcel Colman

When
Date: on/from Fri 9 Feb 2024 to end year
Frequency: Fortnightly
Class time: 10:00-11:30

Delivered F2F

Where
Mary Kehoe Centre, Room 3

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Current Affairs is about social engagement. Topics for consideration are
initiated by the tutor and participants. The range of topics is open ended:
social/economic/political/environmental/health/service
provisions/legislative/world-and national events/media management and
influence/AI/etc)
Participants may decide to focus on a particular topic in addition to other
issues noted for a session. The ability to appreciate contradictions and
irrelevance and willingness to address controversial matters is strongly
encouraged.
REQUIREMENTS: Interest in sharing information/sources/and articles
relating to international, national and local matters, whatever they may be.
*Participation in discussions
*All opinions and comments are valued
*The confidentiality of all participants will be ensured.
*There are definitely no prior experience or qualification requirements for
participation..
TUTOR: Marcel’s background:
Policy development (at state and national levels)
Facilitated joint development projects across private and public
sectors
Involvement in design and urban planning projects
Participant in local government forums and working parties
Committed to on-going learning and mental wellbeing through
U3A activity
Local resident for 35+ years

Second and fourth Fridays each month

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