The full video of the event (above) is now available on YouTube.
Click the video to start it. For full screen press f. Press f again to return to this page.

More information and images can be found at pationpics.com
from the people who filmed the event.



NOTE: Videos and photos of the Macnamara Climate Change & Energy Forum,
held on 3 April 2019 at the St Kilda Town Hall, are published HERE.




AN ADDITIONAL FORUM
Another Candidates Forum has been organised by unChain for 7pm Tuesday 30 April.
It will be held at Memo Hall (formerly St Kilda Memorial Hall) at 88 Acland St, St Kilda.
This forum will focus on other important issues for this election such as the
Economy, Human Rights, Immigration and Trust and Respect in Politics.

CANDIDATES
The candidates from the three major parties will be attending:
Kate Ashmor (Liberal), Josh Burns (ALP) and Steph Hodgins-May (Greens).

TOPICS
The debate will focus on the topics below and be followed by a Q&A session:
Economy introduced by John Daley, CEO of the Grattan Institute
Human Rights / Immigration introduced by the Honourable Alastair Nicholson QC
former Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia and former Justice of the Federal
Court of Australia
Trust and Respect in Politics introduced by Lyn Allison, former Democrat leader
and Senator

PARKING
Parking is difficult in this area so why not take the 96 or 16 tram to the Luna Park stop.
It is then a 150 meter walk to Memo Hall in Acland St, then up the stairs to the first floor.

NOTE: Videos and photos of the Macnamara Climate Change & Energy Forum,
held on 3 April 2019 at the St Kilda Town Hall, are published HERE.