2014 Hawkes Oration – Annabel Crabb

The Missing Link:

Future Steps Towards Gender Equality

Feminism has brought about a huge wave of change in the way women live their lives, in both public and private sector. But men’s lives have changed much less. Annabel Crabb, author of The Wife Drought, explains how modern workplaces short-change men, and drive women to distraction.

Don’t miss dinner with Annabel Crabb, one of Australia’s most popular political commentators. With her unique style of natural wit, Annabel is known for her distinctive observations and analysis on political events of the day.  Annabel has worked extensively in radio, television and print media as a political commentator and is a regular guest on ABC News 24’s 6pm current affairs show, The Drum, and has appeared on ABC TV’s Sunday morning politics programme Insiders since its inception in 2001.  You may also know Annabel from her ABC1 political cooking show, Kitchen Cabinet, in which she invites herself around to the homes of federal MPs in search of food and conversation.

Recognised through two Logie nominations in 2013 including the Graham Kennedy Award For Most Outstanding New Talent and Most Popular New Female Talent for her work on Kitchen Cabinet.  She has also won a Walkley Award in 2009 for her Quarterly Essay ‘Stop At Nothing: The Life And Adventures of Malcolm Turnbull’, and has published two political books, Losing It and Rise Of The Ruddbot.

Book now for what will be an absolutely entertaining night with this most prestigious speaker.


WHEN: 630pm to 10pm, Thursday 13th November 2014

VENUE:  Double Tree by Hilton, 116 The Esplanade

Tables of eight available

COST: $100 – or $80 for Members!


, , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

Site by Effigy Creative