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Zoe Detmold, Sascha Detmold Cox, Rodney Detmold and Detmold Group CEO, Alf Ianniello.

SA Sisters’ Success Story and Commitment to
Innovation and Sustainability

The Detmold Group has been an iconic South Australian stalwart since 1949. Now, with a new generation taking charge in management grads Zoe Detmold and Sascha Detmold Cox, the sustainable paper and board packaging business has remained agile and forward thinking in their fast-paced industry. Whether it is innovating to a more sustainable solution or pivoting to manufacture face masks in a time of need – The Detmold Group has kept a strong entrepreneurial spirit at the heart of everything they continue to do. more...

Tour de Cure cyclists

New Oral Chemotherapies to Combat Cancer Supported by Cycling Tour

As a university with a talented, strong cohort of cancer researchers, and a desire to give back, a number of staff and researchers are joining forces with Tour de Cure and Flinders Foundation on the 2021 South Australian Discovery Tour – a journey through the State’s stunning, world-renowned wine region – to raise money for exciting new oral chemotherapy research at UniSA. more...

Dr Meena Yadav

Engineer Honoured with Young Water Professional of the Year

Dr Meena Yadav has found great success in following her passion in the environmental sector in work that has a positive impact on the environment. Now as a Water Engineer at Allwater she committed to providing safe water and sanitation to all and promoting community-based water resource management for the betterment of society. more...

Tourist crowds in Venice

Sustainable Tourism and How After COVID-19 It Is More Than Goodwill

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis offers a rare and invaluable opportunity to rethink and reset tourism for a better future. Here, Dr Freya Higgins-Desbiolles discusses the vital importance of community, social connections and society and how tourism could be made accountable to social and ecological limits of the planet, for the benefit of everyone across the globe. more...

Aboriginal leaders

Purkarninthi Speak: What Is the Future of Aboriginal Education?

The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor: Aboriginal Leadership and Strategy present this insightful talk featuring members of Purkarninthi, the UniSA Elders in Residence, on the need for a two-way education system that recognises and respects the cultures, languages and identities of Aboriginal children and young people. more...


23 April >> Perspectives: Hayley Millar Baker

Hayley Millar Baker (Gunditjmara, AU) is a cross-cultural research-driven, contemporary artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice reveals a perspective that explores human experiences in a lens that is non-exclusive and non-linear, connected within memory and contemporary storytelling. ‘Constructive Memory & Storytelling’ will be presented as part of Perspectives – an initiative developed by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, ACE Open and Guildhouse.

12 May >> From Bush Food to Banjaan Borani – Food, Family and History on a Plate

Join The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre for an evening of migrant and indigenous food stories and how they inform identity and connection to heritage, home and country. This panel discussion will be facilitated by ABC Radio Presenter and Producer, Deb Tribe, and is presented as part of the Adelaide Food Fringe.

13 May >> Food Democracy: From Passive Consumers to Active Food Citizens

In a global, industrialised food system decisions are being made every day about what we eat, when, where and how. As food consumers how do we get a say in the way our food system operates? Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, join Dr Sue Booth for this online broadcast as she introduces the idea of food democracy, enabling food consumers to become food citizens.

21 July >> 2021 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture delivered by Craig Foster AM

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Craig Foster AM, former Socceroos captain and now human rights advocate will present the 2021 UniSA Nelson Mandela Lecture. Despite calls of ‘togetherness’ and ‘shared humanity’, of the ‘interconnectedness’ of everyone in society in Australia and around the world during the height of COVID-19, the pandemic uncovered staggering inequality. Craig explores a new social bargain with human rights at its core.


31 March to 30 April >> Life, Death and Dying

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, Life, Death and Dying is a ground-breaking contemporary art and film project, led by socially-engaged artist, Daniel Connell. This exhibition uses art to investigate encounter in the palliative care clinical setting. Through the artwork, a conversation about death and end of life care opens up, between 8 individuals, 4 of whom are artists.

5 May to 28 May >> Modern Living: At Home in South Australia, 1890 – 1960 – An Exhibition

From efficient kitchens and hygienic surfaces to internal plumbing and sun shading, the modernisation of the home has a long history. Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Architecture Museum, this exhibition examines some of these influences with a focus on houses designed for South Australia, ranging from the model cottages of the late Victorian era to architect-designed Modernist houses.


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