Politics in the Pub with Tanya Plibersek – inequality in the inner city

Inequality is on the rise, with wealth and jobs drawing inwards to Australia’s major cities.

But what does inequality actually look like in inner city communities? Who is being left behind by the housing affordability crisis, the gig economy and stagnant wages?

And in the age of Trump and Brexit, what does the disconnect caused by rising inequality mean for our politics? 

What: Politics in the Pub

When: 6.30pm – 7.30pm, Tuesday 6 June

Where: The Bank Hotel, 324 King St, Newtown (next to Newtown Station)

Who: Tanya Plibersek, Verity Firth, Rebecca Huntley

Cost: $20 / $15 concession (drinks included)

More info: Michael on 0413 473 773 / michael.kevin.vaughan@gmail.com

Places are limited at our fantastic venue, so get in quick to grab your ticket!


More about our speakers:

  • Tanya Plibersek- federal member for Sydney and Deputy Opposition Leader
  • Verity Firth- former NSW Education Minister and current Executive Director, Social Justice at UTS
  • Rebecca Huntley- social researcher, commentator and author of ‘Still Lucky’
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  • commented 2017-06-01 12:00:29 +1000
    Graham Brecht this is great format to meet and greet.
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