Protest & Persist: Changing Minds

We are constantly surrounded by people who hold different political values to us – whether it’s at the workplace, in our friendship circles, at family Christmases. When is the right time to speak up and how do you make your point without alienating your listener? This is a roundtable discussion and audience members are invited to take part.

This is a free event. No bookings are required.

Presented in partnership with Right Now

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Adolfo Aranjuez

Adolfo Aranjuez is the editor of Metro, Australia's oldest film and media periodical. He is also the subeditor of Screen...

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Jane Gilmore

Jane Gilmore is a freelance journalist, with a strong focus on data journalism and men's violence against women. She was the founding editor of...

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Roselina Press

Roselina Press is the editor-in-chief of Right Now, an Australian human rights media organisation. She is a writer, editor and communications...

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Ruby Hamad

Ruby Hamad is a columnist for Fairfax's Daily Life, where she has been writing on feminism, racism and politics for the last four years,...

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25 August – 3 September