Gallipoli Memorial Lecture 2021 by the Chief of the Australian Defence Force

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This year’s Gallipoli Memorial Lecture will be given by General Angus Campbell, Chief of the Australian Defence Force, who will focus on the importance of working with allies to build Indo-Pacific partnerships to confront global challenges.

General Angus Campbell was appointed Chief of the Australian Defence Force on 7 July 2018. He has served in a range of staff appointments, including as Aide-de-Camp to the Chief of the Army, strategic policy officer in Army Headquarters, instructor at the Australian Command and Staff College and as Chief of Staff to the Chief of the Defence Force. His previous command appointments include Chief of the Australian Army and Commander of Operation Sovereign Borders.

Held since 2001, the Gallipoli Memorial Lecture aims to address each year the question of how the contribution and sacrifices of Australian and New Zealand forces more than a century ago can inspire countries today to use their military instruments to best effectiveness.

The webinar will be moderated by Veerle Nouwens, Senior Research Fellow, Asia Studies, RUSI.

This event is open to all RUSI members. To become a member, please click here.

To take part you must pre-register no later than 7 December. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Živilė Kulevičiūtė, Events Manager, at

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