Julian Burnside, barrister, human rights advocate and writer presents the Sydney Peace Prize Lecture at Town Hall.
Professor Greg Barton from Monash University sets out the historical context and provides a rational analysis of the rise and rapid expansion of the Islamic State.
Stephen Mills and Sally Warhaft examine obscure party bureaucrats that end up the unelected party powerful at the Melbourne Writers' Festival.
Vanessa Hayes, a world renowned expert, speaks with Simon Longstaff about the direction genomic research might be heading, how realistic the expectations are and the ethical implications of having your DNA sequenced.
Writer Alice Pung gives an address on bigotry followed by a conversation with Maxine Beneba Clarke and Nick Feik at the Melbourne Writers Festival.
This IQ2 debate from New York is centred on the Middle East and the steady advance of ISIS or the Islamic State through Syria and Northern Iraq. It features American policy maker Aaron David Miller and author Bret Stephens.
The always entertaining and engaging journalist Kate McClymont delivers the 2014 Andrew Olle Lecture at Australian Technology Park in Sydney.
A session on federal politics that brings together widely divergent insider perspectives. Featuring former Labor Minister, Greg Combet, and editor-at-large at The Australian, Paul Kelly.
Sri Lanka's violent civil war ended in 2009 but is the island nation living in peace? And how should peace be defined? Academic Gilberto Algar-Faria ventures some answers to these questions in this address at the University of Sydney.
Dementia is probably one of the diseases we fear most. But this well informed panel talks preventative measures and care and it's not all gloomy by any means.
A former cop alongside a former addict on a panel about addiction. They've been on the frontline with prostitution, addiction and policing; but they have respectful differences.
Nobel prize-winning astronomer Brian Schmidt elaborates on how science works and why we should fund it - and he is way past pulling any punches!
Professor Suzanne Cory describes her career as "a lifelong love affair with DNA." She highlights the importance of researching and investing in biotechnology at the 2014 Boyer Lecture.
Jane Goodall is one extraordinary human being. The English primatologist is now 80 but still spends about 300 days of the year travelling, working and presenting holistic programs on animals, humans and the environment.
Lydia Cacho is a Mexican journalist who has made it her life's work to investigate sexual slavery on a global scale. She has revealed the most extraordinary scale of the sexual slavery and her own personal story working in the field is both terrifying and inspiring.
Russian journalist and LGBTI activist Masha Gessen gives a fantastic forensic analysis of Russian politics and life and death under Vladmir Putin's totalitarian regime.
Writer Abbas El-Zein, writer blogger and doco maker Antony Loewenstein, and Washington Post journalist David Finkel deliver very different perspectives on the Iraqi and Afghan wars in this panel discussion at the Byron Bay Writers' Festival.
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