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    May John Cain Lunch: The Federal Budget, with Daniel Mulino

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    Chair of the House Economics Committee, Daniel Mulino will join us for our May John Cain Lunch to unpack the 2024-25 federal budget.

    Dr Daniel Mulino was elected as the Member for Fraser in the Australian Parliament at the 2019 Federal Election. He is an economist by training, with a PhD from Yale University. He has lectured at Monash University and worked at both the World Bank and the United States Federal Reserve.

    Before entering the Australian Parliament, Daniel served the Victorian community as a member of the Victorian Parliament. He was Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer between 2014 and the 2018. 

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    Attend our in-person lunch and discussion at 12:30pm or watch the live stream remotely. Live stream will commence at:
    1pm AEST (NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS, QLD)
    12:30pm ACST (SA, NT)
    11am AWST (WA)

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    Register here to reserve a seat at our Graduate House event. Your ticket includes lunch from 12:30pm followed by a discussion from 1pm.

    If you purchase an Online Ticket, you will be able to watch the live stream online. You'll receive the link by email.

    Per Capita is committed to keeping its events accessible to those who may not be able to purchase a ticket. For this reason we are making a number of Concession Tickets available for unwaged/student/full age pension concessions. These tickets cover the cost of lunch plus a free ticket to the discussion.

    Free tickets are available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in recognition of the fact that this event is being held on stolen land. Please email info@percapita.org.au to request a free ticket.

    If you are able to and would like to help us increase the number of Concession Tickets available, please consider a donation on top of your ticket purchase. 


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