Panellists: Mem Fox, author; Martha Wainwright, Canadian singer-songwriter; Neil Armfield, theatre and opera director; Ursula Yovich, actress and cabaret singer; and Kim Williams, author and former media executive.
Panellists: Lindy West, writer and performer; Mei Fong, journalist and writer; Thordis Elva, writer, journalist and public speaker; Faustina Agolley, TV host and producer; and Josephine Cashman, Indigenous lawyer and businesswoman.
Panellists: Scott Ryan, special minister of state; Clare O'Neil, shadow minister for justice; Peter Singer, philosopher and ethicist; Leyla Acaroglu, design disruptor and cultural provocateur; and Ted Lapkin, former Abbott government advisor.
Panellists: Attorney-General George Brandis; Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek; Julian Burnside, barrister and human rights advocate; Piers Akerman, political commentator; and Michele Levine, CEO, Roy Morgan Research.
Panellists: James Paterson, Victorian Liberal senator; Kate Ellis, shadow minister for early childhood education; Jacqui Lambie, independent senator for Tasmania; Yassmin Abdel-Magied, founder of Youth Without Borders; and Luca Belgiorno-Nettis, founder of the newDemocracy Foundation.
Panellists: Daniel Andrews, premier of Victoria; Josh Frydenberg, minister for the environment and energy; Daisy Cousens, research fellow, Menzies Research Centre; Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, climate activist and hip-hop artist; and Helen Andrews, policy analyst and Donald Trump supporter.
Panellists: Eric Abetz, Tasmanian Liberal senator; Terri Butler, Queensland Labor MP; Benjamin Law, screenwriter, author and columnist; Nakkiah Lui, playwright, performer and commentator; and Greg Sheridan, foreign affairs editor, The Australian.
Panellists: Barnaby Joyce, deputy prime minister; Kate Ellis, shadow minister for early childhood education; Helen Andrews, Trump supporter and policy analyst; Joe Siracusa, security and international diplomacy, RMIT University; and Jennifer Hunt, National Security College.
Panellists: James Paterson, Victorian Liberal senator; Anthony Albanese, shadow infrastructure minister; Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything; Don Watson, author; and Georgina Downer, adjunct fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Sussan Ley, minister for health and aged care; Joel Fitzgibbon, shadow minister for agriculture; Stefano de Pieri, chef and author of A Gondola on the Murray; Emma Germano, general manager of I Love Farms; Dean Wickham, executive officer of Sunraysia Mallee Ethnic Communities Council; and Katrina Myers, avocado farmer and mental health advocate.
Panellists: Arthur Sinodinos, Cabinet secretary; Tanya Plibersek, deputy opposition leader; Chris Mitchell, former editor-in-chief, The Australian; Robert Manne, writer and emeritus professor; and Christine Dolan, investigative journalist.
Panellists: Richard Di Natale, leader of The Australian Greens; Tim Watts, federal Member for Gellibrand; Judith Sloan, economist and businesswoman; Ged Kearney, president of the Australian Council of Trade Unions; Grace Collier, IR commentator; and John Roskam, executive director, Institute of Public Affairs.
Panellists: Shen Narayanasamy, No Business in Abuse and #LetThemStay campaigns; Jim Molan, co-author of Operation Sovereign Borders; Jane McAdam, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, UNSW; Huy Truong, refugee and entrepreneur; and Father Frank Brennan, Jesuit priest and professor of law.
Panellists: Christian Porter, Minister for Social Services; Mark Butler, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy; Marina Go, Media executive and author; Eva Cox, Author & social analyst; and Trisha Jha, Centre for Independent Studies.
Panellists:Jay Weatherill, South Australia Premier;Penny Wong, Opposition Leader in the Senate; Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education; and Amanda Vanstone, Former Liberal Senator.
Panellists: Jimmy Barnes, Rock icon and author; Magda Szubanski, Actress and Comedian; Fiona Nash, Deputy Nationals Leader; Tony Burke, Manager of Opposition Business; and Jacqui Lambie, Independent Senator for Tasmania.
Panellists: Bridget McKenzie, National Party Senator for Victoria; Doug Cameron, Shadow Minister for Human Services; Larissa Waters, Queensland Greens Senator; Rowan Dean, Editor, Spectator Australia; and Dai Le, Founder, Diverse Australasian Women's Network.
Panellists: John Bell, Founding Artistic Director, Bell Shakespeare; Kylie Farmer, Indigenous actor and Shakespeare translator; Germaine Greer, Feminist icon and provocateur; Kate Mulvany, Actor, playwright and screenwriter; and A.C. Grayling, Philosopher.
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