Whatever the outcome of the US presidential election, one thing is clear—the US is a nation in crisis. Escalating tensions with China, a global pandemic and fracturing race relations suggest we are witnessing a turning point in American history.
But what does all this mean for Australia and the rest of the world? What will the world’s biggest superpower look like after the election and what are the implications for Australia?
The newly formed Islamic Shia Council of Victoria (ISCV) was introduced to the Victorian community on Friday 24 February 2017 at a dinner hosted by the ISCV.
It was attended by the Hon Robin Scott (Minister for Multicultural Affairs), Helen Kapalos (Chair of the Victorian Multicultural Commission), several members of parliament and many religious and community leaders.
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At its Annual Members Dinner ICV publicly commeded Professor Camilleri for his unstinting service to the organisation over many years.
The dinner was also attneded by State Minister for Finance and Minister for Multicultural Affairs Robin Scott, Federal Senator of the Australian Greens Party Richard Di Natale, Grand Mufti of Australia Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed and Former Victorian Governor Sir James Gobbo.
Worlds in Transitionby Joseph A. Camilleri and Jim Falk was launched on 13 April 2010 by The Hon Michael Kirby, former Justice off the High Court of Australia, Professor Stuart Macintyre (University of Melbourne) and Professor Dennis Altman (La Trobe University).