WHEN

25Jul 2022
Monday
START:  6:15 PM  -  END:  7:15 PM

  WHERE

National Press Club of Australia
National Circuit
Barton   Canberra

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Join Lowy Institute researchers in Canberra to unpack the findings of the 2022 Lowy Institute Poll. How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed Australian attitudes? What do the public think about China and the new Australian government? How are Australians responding to the contested nature of our region?
 
The annual Lowy Institute Poll has tracked Australian attitudes to the world for 18 years and uncovered fascinating shifts in public opinion on Australia’s place in the world. Australians have diverse attitudes to a range of key foreign policy issues, including Australia’s alliance with the United States, immigration in the time of a pandemic, and the rise of authoritarianism.
 
Sam Roggeveen, head of the Institute's International Security Program, will chair this conversation with Natasha Kassam, Susannah Patton and Alexandre Dayant

Natasha Kassam is the author of the 2022 Lowy Institute Poll and Director of the Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Program

Susannah Patton is the Director of the Southeast Asia Program at the Lowy Institute
 
Alexandre Dayant is Director of the Development Economics in Asia and the Pacific Project at the Lowy Institute
 
Ticket price includes cheese and wine.

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