The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia was established to promote public awareness of our federal system of government with particular emphasis on its constitutional basis and the relationship with our State system.
The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia in conjunction with the Electoral Regulation Research Network invites you to a twilight seminar to explore:
Early voting and its effects on elections
Chair: David Kerslake, Western Australian Electoral Commissioner
Speakers: Dr Martin Drum and Dr Narelle Miragliotta
Date: Thursday 1 November 2018
Time: 6.00pm – 7.15pm
Venue: The Constitutional Centre of Western Australia
40 Havelock Street, West Perth (Parking is available on site)
For further information and registration please see the flyer below:
THE CONSTITUTIONAL CENTRE & HALE HOUSE
OPEN - PERTH HERITAGE WEEKEND - 20 OCTOBER 2018
On Saturday October 20 The Constitutional Centre and Hale House will be participating in Perth Heritage Weekend.
Between 11am and 2.30pm the public are welcome to come through the buildings, discover how these buildings are used today, and take a closer look at the Heritage features they both enjoy.
The Old Observatory will also be open to the public on the same day.
Full program details of Perth Heritage Weekend
will be published in The Western Australian on Friday October 5
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