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An evening with Jane Goodall: Live-stream event

Date & time

6.30pm 21 June 2017

Location

Llewellyn Hall, 100 Childers Street, 2601 Acton,

Speakers

Dr Jane Goodall

Contacts

Dr Alison Behie
The School of Archaeology and Anthropology are pleased to announce a special university lecture by Dr Jane Goodall. Dr Goodall is a world renowned primatologist and conservationist whose ground-breaking research with chimpanzees changed the way we view our closest living relatives. As Dr Goodall will not be giving a public lecture in Canberra on her 2017 Australian Tour, this lecture will be live-streamed from Macquarie University and tickets will be available for only $15 each exclusively for ANU staff, students and alumni (with the option to purchase one guest ticket for each ANU community member). All proceeds from ticket sales will go towards the funding of the Jane Goodall Institute Australia's Conservation Initiatives. This will be an exceptional opportunity to hear one of the world's most inspirational speakers talk about her amazing career and the role that all of us can play in making a positive change in the world.

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