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NSW Government regulations & COVID-19 risks have required us to limit meetings at Redfern for the time being to eight (8) & subject to responding to via e-mail ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or SMS (0420361898)  QR Code registration or submission of name & contact details.

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Take care everyone, and looking forward to seeing you soon.
Warm greetings for the New Year!

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FEBRUARY WEEKEND EVENT

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ECONOMIC HISTORY COURSE:
FROM ANCIENT PREHISTORY TO THE RENAISSANCE

Saturday. 2:00 – 5:00 pm. 27th February 2021.



How and why did the cradles of civilization begin where and when they did? What were the common characteristics that enabled small settlements to grow from cities to kingdoms to empires? How and why did they rise and fall and new ones arise and fall as in a cycle? What were the precursors of political economic schools of thought that explained the different civilisations and empires’ prosperity and decadence?

Join us for a guided tour across the ages of stone, bronze and iron, from the rise of cities to empires and through ascent, declines, disappearances and recoveries of civilisation with Joffre Balce, Secretary of the Association for Good Government who has researched and lectured on the subject for over three decades.  

Come to our premises at the
Association for Good Government

122 Little Eveleigh Street Redfern NSW 2016

or
join the Zoom Meeting at the set date & time
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9756895867
Meeting ID: 975 689 5867

COVID-19 complicates our lives but we, the people, will prevail.
Thank you and hope you get in touch!


 


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