Chifley Research Centre
Friday, 27 January 2023

Chifley 2023 at National Press Club LAST MINUTE DETAILS…

Online sales for Chifley 2023 have closed via Eventbrite, but we have a limited number of last minute arrangements for those who missed out. You can still purchase tickets via email if you order and pay by Midnight on 31 January. See below for details.

Missed out online?

LAST MINUTE TICKETS

AVAILABLE UNTIL MIDNIGHT, 31 JANUARY

We have reserved a limited number of Conference tickets available for last minute purchase by Credit card or EFT. Sales are open now if you contact us directly with an order and pay by Midnight on 31 January. Simply email your order to info@chifley.org.au and we will send a confirmation invoice for payment by EFT or credit card. Invoices do not attract an Eventbrite charge.

Chifley 2023 ticket prices are:

  • General Admission – ALP members, Chifley/Subscribers, NFP & Charity Reps: $90 plus GST
  • Concession price. (All start concession holders, unwaged and students with proof on collecting registration): $80 plus GST
  • Standard non-transferable Corporate tickets: $150 plus GST
  • There are also some 3 person Corporate packages available with additional inclusions if you ask us for details.

THE CONFERENCE

Chifley 2023 takes place on 4 and 5 February at The National Press Club in Canberra and features Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. Our theme is: Governing for Purpose: entrenching reforms, growth and inclusion.

Occurring the weekend before 2023 sittings of Federal Parliament start, Chifley 2023 will be a scene-setter for the Australian political year. This is the first major Federal ALP Conference held following the election of the Albanese Labor Government. It will focus on progressive public policy thinking from the perspective of the ALP and its international partners.

We have confirmed strong group of ALP ministers, public policy makers, progressive thinkers and international guests to join Prime Minister Anthony Albanese as presenters, including Treasurer Jim Chalmers, Finance Minister Senator Katy Gallagher, Minister Linda Burney, Minister Tony Burke and renowned labour historian, Professor Frank Bongiorno.

Several international speakers will be joining local attendees, including UK Labour Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Bridget Phillipson, plus digitalisation and society expert, Laura-Kristine Krause, Director of ‘More In Common’ Germany.

We hope you can join us at Chifley 2023. Look out for our newsletters to learn more about what’s on offer.

About Chifley Research Centre:

The Chifley Research Centre is the Labor Party’s official think tank, committed to advancing public policy debate and progressive thinking in Australia.