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Lunch with the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

Sponsored by JP Morgan

Tuesday 10-Apr-12 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT

This event is now full - please email debbie.chappel@aaanyc.org if you wish to be placed on a waitlist.
 
Thank you,
Debbie

JP Morgan

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New York NY
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Speaker Senator the Hon Bob Carr

Position: Minister for Foreign Affairs
Company: Australian Government

Event Description

 
Luncheon with Senator the Hon Bob Carr
Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs
 
 
 
 
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
12:00 - 12:30pm - Registration and Reception
12:30 - 2:00 pm - Lunch and Address
 
JP Morgan
270 Park Avenue, 50th Floor
(at 47th Street)
New York, NY
 
 
Pricing:
Corporate Table for 10 guests - $1,000
Individual Member ticket - $60
Individual Non Member ticket - $75
 
 
SPACE IS LIMITED
RSVP IMMEDIATELY TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT
(Payments must be received prior to the lunch - tickets are non-refundable).
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Lunch with the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

Sponsored by JP Morgan

Tuesday 10-Apr-12 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT

Speaker Senator the Hon Bob Carr

Position: Minister for Foreign Affairs
Company: Australian Government

Biography

Senator the Hon Bob Carr
Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

Australian Foreign Minister Bob Carr was the longest continuously serving Premier in New South Wales history.
 
He served as Leader of the Opposition from 1988 until his election as Premier in March 1995. He was re-elected in 1999 and again in March 2003 securing an historic third four-year term.
 
He retired from politics in 2005 after over 10 years as Premier. During these 10 years the State Government set new records for spending on infrastructure, became the first government in the State's history to retire debt, hosted the world's best Olympics in 2000 and achieved the nation's best school literacy levels. Forbes magazine called Bob Carr a "dragon slayer" for his landmark tort law reforms.
 
As Premier he introduced the world's first carbon trading scheme and curbed the clearing of native vegetation as anti-greenhouse measures. He was a member of the International Task Force on Climate Change convened by Tony Blair, and was made a life member of the Wilderness Society in 2003. He has also received the World Conservation Union International Parks Merit Award for creating 350 new national parks.
 
Bob Carr has received the Fulbright Distinguished Fellow Award Scholarship. He has served as Honorary Scholar of the Australian American Leadership Dialogue. He is the author of Thoughtlines (2002), What Australia Means to Me (2003), and My Reading Life (2008).
 
In March 2012 he was designated by Prime Minister Julia Gillard as Australia's Foreign Minister. He was elected to the Australian Senate to fill a casual Senate vacancy and sworn in to the Senate and Cabinet on March 13, 2012.
 

Lunch with the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

Sponsored by JP Morgan

Tuesday 10-Apr-12 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT

JP Morgan

270 Park Avenue, 50th Floor (at 47th Street)
New York NY
Google Maps | Hotels Near | Yahoo! Maps

Lunch with the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs

Sponsored by JP Morgan

Tuesday 10-Apr-12 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT

 
Before
9-Apr-12 3:00 PM
Member:
$60.00
Non-Member:
$75.00

 


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