News from CEDA events


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What does the 2020 US election mean for Australia and China?

Australia must brace for a “tough environment” going forward, as the tensions between the United States and China are likely to continue under the next US administration, Asialink CEO Penny Burtt told a recent CEDA event. Read more…


How workforces and workplaces have adapted to COVID-19

CEDA People and Culture Director Belinda Gleeson discusses the workplace and workforce opportunities and challenges shared by member organisations at the recent CEDA HR Roundtables. Read more…


COVID-19 pandemic has pushed global leaders to their limits: Julie Bishop

Australian National University Chancellor and former Foreign Affairs Minister the Hon. Julie Bishop told CEDA’s 2020 Copland Lecture the global COVID-19 pandemic has tested political leaders around the world almost to their limits. Read more…


Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers: budget a “missed opportunity” to shape Australia’s economic future

Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers told a CEDA livestream audience that one of the biggest gaps in the Federal Budget was “a story about where the economy is heading and where people fit into that story”. Read more…


Federal budget a catalyst for job creation: Treasurer Josh Frydenberg

The 2020 Federal Budget is focused on creating jobs in three key areas to support Australia’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 recession, Federal Treasurer, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg, told a CEDA post-budget livestream event. Read more…


Integration and sustainability critical to Australia’s health system

Federal Department of Health Secretary, Dr Brendan Murphy, told a CEDA livestream audience that cross-sector collaboration was one of the most significant lessons for Australia’s healthcare system from the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more…


Premier Peter Gutwein: Tasmania cautiously optimistic as recovery begins

At CEDA’s 2020 Tasmania State of the State event, Premier the Hon. Peter Gutwein said that while “2020 has been a year like no other”, there is a “quiet confidence and cautious optimism building” in the state. Read more…


Digital transformation key to an effective recovery

New South Wales Minister for Customer Service, the Hon. Victor Dominello, told a CEDA livestream audience that the COVID-19 crisis has shown how crucial government investment in digital technology will be for the future. Read more…


Queensland Premier outlines economic recovery plan at 2020 State of the State address

“Just as we need a road map for our health recovery, we need a strong plan for our economic recovery,” Queensland Premier the Hon. Annastacia Palaszczuk told a CEDA audience at the State of the State in Brisbane. Read more…


Adapting defence policy to meet today's challenges

Federal Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon. Linda Reynolds, and Federal Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon. Melissa Price, spoke about recent changes to Australia’s defence policy and the continued importance of defence to the Australian economy during COVID-19. Read more…


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