How unequal? Insights on inequality - CEDA research

How unequal? Insights on inequality - CEDA research

WA
Apr 27
CEDA WA’s event will explore the persistence of poverty in some regions and urban areas in our State and the impact limited access to quality technology, education, infrastructure and health services has on WA’s economy.

Speakers

Louise Giolitto, Chief Executive Officer, WA Council of Social Service
Dr Laura Perry, Associate Professor, School of Education, Murdoch University
Grahame Searle, Director General, WA Department of Communities

Event overview

Inequality is a critical economic and public policy issue with complex causes, effects and solutions.

Distinguished speakers will explore the drivers of inequality in regional WA, focussing on education, employment, geography and technology, and discuss how equality of opportunity and access can transform our economy.

Join CEDA’s senior, cross-sector audience to better understand inequality as an economic concept and the potential inequality challenges Australia faces in the future.

This event will celebrate the launch of the CEDA 2018 research report How unequal? Insights on inequality and each guest will receive a complimentary copy of the report.

Meet the speakers

Louise Giolitto
Chief Executive Officer, WA Council of Social Service

Dr Laura Perry
Associate Professor, School of Education, Murdoch University

Grahame Searle
Director General, WA Department of Communities

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