Name:  Cassandra Wilkinson

Bio: Author, Don’t Panic: Nearly everything is better than you think [Pluto Press]

Former Keneally government senior adviser

The Sadness Epidemic and the Slandering of Freedom – 19th June 2007

This speech was printed in Sydney Papers Vol.19 No.3 in 2007

The Politics Of Small Differences

Cassandra Wilkinson is a columnist with The Australian. She is also an author, strategy consultant and co-founder of FBi Radio and a regular commentator for Sky News Agenda, The Bolt Report and ABC TV’s The Drum. On Tuesday13 August, Cassandra Wilkinson joined Brad Orgill in a discussion for The Sydney Institute over the ideas to challenge the next generation. […]

The Greens and Labor – Allies or Enemies?

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The Greens and Labor – Allies or Enemies?

Speaker(s): Brad Orgill|Cassandra Wilkinson Date: 2013-08-13 Venue: King & Wood Mallesons, Level 61, Governor Phillip Tower, 1 Farrer Place, Sydney Time: 5:30 for 6pm

Struggling for the Soul of The Labour Movement

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Struggling for the Soul of The Labour Movement

Speaker(s): Cassandra Wilkinson|Jim Macken|Rodney Cavalier Date: 2012-06-19 Venue: Clayton Utz Seminar Room, Level 13, 1 Bligh Street, Sydney Time: 5.00 for 5.30 pm [NOTE TIME]

Where To From Here For Labor?

Cassandra Wilkinson is a founder of Australia’s youth arts and culture FM radio station FBi and a social commentator who writes and speaks about the virtues of freedom from rock ‘n’ roll to immigration and the WTO. She is also a former senior adviser in the NSW Keneally Government and the author of Don’t Panic: […]

The Sadness Epidemic and the Slandering of Freedom

Speaker(s): Cassandra Wilkinson Date: 2007-06-19 Venue: 41 Phillip Street, Sydney Time: 6:00pm (arrive at 5:30pm)