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    Keith Harvey

    • Keith Harvey
    • 27 June 2007

    Keith Harvey is a National Industrial Officer for the Australian Services Union and has worked in the union movement for almost 35 years. Over this time he has been a close observer of interplay between Christian social teaching and industrial law, and especially since the advent of the Federal Government’s WorkChoices legislation.

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    Geoffrey King SJ

    • Geoffrey King
    • 12 June 2007

    Geoffrey King teaches Canon Law and Moral Theology at Jesuit Theological College and the United Faculty of Theology, Melbourne. From 1989 to 1996 he was Director of the East Asian Pastoral Institute, Manila. At the 34th General Congregation of the Jesuits (1995) he chaired the commission that undertook the first formal revision since the sixteenth century of the Jesuit Constitutions.

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    L. K. Holt

    • L. K. Holt
    • 11 June 2007

    L.K. Holt is a Melbourne-based writer. Her first full-length collection of poetry - Man, Wolf, Man - is forthcoming later this year from John Leonard Press.

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    Luke James

    • Luke James
    • 11 June 2007

    Luke James is a writer and lawyer who currently lives in Apia, Samoa.  

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    Saeed Saeed

    • Saeed Saeed
    • 11 June 2007
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    Saeed Saeed has written for many of Australia's leading news publications such as the Courier Mail, the MX and the Australian. He is also a music & film critic for Mediasearch and Melbourne radio station PBSFM. Saeed also works casually as youth worker in Melbourne's northern suburbs.

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    Sarah Nichols

    • Sarah Nichols
    • 11 June 2007

    Sarah Nichols is currently doing postgraduate studies in writing and literature. She has previously worked in publishing, but is going to Vietnam soon with Global Volunteer Network.

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    Erasmus

    • Erasmus
    • 01 June 2007

    Erasmus is a Renaissance Man.    

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    James Waller

    • James Waller
    • 01 June 2007

    James Waller is a painter, poet and sculptor based in Melbourne, Australia. Notable exhibitions include 'Fabrics of the East' in the Sydney Opera House in 2000, a stage backdrop for the 2004 Kasmir World Music Festival, and 'Crisis, Catharsis and Contemplation' in St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, 2006.

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    Colin Brown

    • Colin Brown
    • 31 May 2007

    Colin Brown was the founding national executive officer of Catholic Earthcare Australia. Prior to that he was the social justice coordinator for the De La Salle Brothers. He has now left Earthcare to return to practising environmental law.

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    Susan Aykut

    • Susan Aykut
    • 30 May 2007

    Susan Aykut is the Deputy Director of the Institute for Public History at Monash University. She completed her Ph.D. at La Trobe University in the Schools of Art History and History and has worked as an historian in a variety of positions in both the university and public sectors.  

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    Brian McCoy SJ

    • Brian McCoy
    • 17 May 2007

    Dr Brian F. McCoy SJ is NHMRC Fellow for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research at the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS) at La Trobe University.

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    Richard Leonard SJ

    • Richard Leonard
    • 17 May 2007

    Rev Dr Richard Leonard SJ is the director of the Australian Catholic Film Office and author of Movies That Matter: Reading Film Through The Lens of Faith.

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