FOR TOMORROW

25-26 OCT BRISBANE

FOR TOMORROW

25-26 OCT, BRISBANE

FOR TOMORROW

25-26 OCT, BRISBANE

Top minds debate the great challenges for humanity at integrity 20’19

We challenge you to press pause on the everyday and cast your mind to tomorrow. To move beyond “present bias” and consider our moral obligation to future humans. How can we ensure that the world we pass on to the next generation is better than the one we currently inhabit?

Griffith University’s sixth Integrity 20 conference gathers storytellers, connectors, pioneers, visionaries, philosophers, scholars, scientists, educators, artists and agitators for change.

Expect a stellar combination of the insightful, inspiring, provocative and profound as top minds from Australia and around the world gather to dissect some of our greatest social, moral and political challenges.

Top minds debate the great challenges for humanity at Integrity 20’19

We challenge you to press pause on the everyday and cast your mind to tomorrow. To move beyond “present bias” and consider our moral obligation to future humans. How can we ensure that the world we pass on to the next generation is better than the one we currently inhabit?

The sixth Integrity 20 conference gathers storytellers, connectors, pioneers, visionaries, philosophers, scholars, scientists, educators, artists and agitators for change.

Expect a stellar combination of the insightful, inspiring, provocative and profound.

FRI 25 OCT

The world that food made

Future of food

freedom and the fourth estate

When China rules the word

redesigning humanity

To be human

Brain hacking for happiness

All program details were correct at the time of publishing and may be subject to change.

SAT 26 OCT

Mcmafia / the criminal underworld

Saudi Arabia and the new crown prince

I am my own guardian

Conservation and the song of trees

Love letter to a forest

On decency

A moral life in an immoral world

All program details were correct at the time of publishing and may be subject to change.

TICKETS

DAY 1 + DAY 2 

Adult   $300
Partners/GU staff* $270
Students/Conc.** $130

Please note that PACKAGE tickets are BOOKED OUT!
There are still tickets available for Day 2.

DAY 1 – FRI 25 OCT

Adult   $170
Partners/Staff* $150
Students/Conc.** $75

Please note that DAY 1 tickets are BOOKED OUT!
There are still tickets available for Day 2.

DAY 2 – SAT 26 OCT

Adult   $170
Partners/Staff*  $150
Students/Conc.**  $75

* Includes GU staff and alumni, Griffith Review subscribers and Integrity 20 partners
** Concession includes university students and senior or health care card holders

Integrity 20 Ticketing Policy

FRI 25 OCT

THE WORLD THAT FOOD MADE

FUTURE OF FOOD

FREEDOM AND THE FOURTH ESTATE

WHEN CHINA RULES THE WORLD

BRAIN HACKING FOR HAPPINESS

TO BE HUMAN

REDESIGNING HUMANITY

All program details were correct at the time of publishing and may be subject to change.

SAT 26 OCT

MCMAFIA / THE CRIMINAL UNDERWORLD

SAUDI AND THE NEW CROWN PRICE

I AM MY OWN GUARDIAN

CONSERVATION AND THE SONG OF TREES

LOVE LETTER TO A FOREST

ON DECENCY

MORAL LIFE IN AN IMMORAL WORLD

Please note: All program details were correct at the time of publishing and may be subject to change.

TICKETS

PACKAGE – DAY 1 + DAY 2 

Adult   $300
Partners/GU staff* $270
Students/Conc.** $180

Please note that PACKAGE tickets are BOOKED OUT!
There are still tickets available for Day 2.

SINGLE DAY TICKETS

Adult   $170
Partners/Staff*  $150
Students/Conc.**  $75

Please note that DAY 1 tickets are BOOKED OUT!
There are still tickets available for Day 2.

* Includes GU staff and alumni, Griffith Review subscribers and Integrity 20 partners
** Concession includes university students and senior or health care card holders

Integrity 20 Ticketing Policy

2019 Speakers & Performers

All details are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change

Tara Tiba

Iran/Australia | Praised as a unique new voice from Iran Tara is now noted as one of Australia’s most distinctive and significant musical voices.

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Eleanor Milligan

Eleanor is a professor and deputy dean of clinical education at Griffith University Health Group. She is also chair of Griffith University’s Human Research Ethics committee, chair of the University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee and has substantial experience in the professional regulation of health.

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Navi Pillay

South Africa | Navi is a distinguished expert on international criminal law and human rights. She served as the High Commissioner for Human Rights at the United Nations from 2008 to 2014.

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Yi Wang

Scholar, author and senior lecturer at Griffith University, Yi Wang is noted for his research on Australia-China relations.

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Esfandiar Shahmir

Esfandiar Shahmir is a world class ney and daf player. Born in Tehran, he is renowned for his work with the traditional Persian music ensemble “Homay & Mastan,” led by singer, poet and composer Parvaz Homay. In 2009 government officials banned the ensemble from performing in Iran, a ban that remained in place for 8 years.

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Veronica Neave

Veronica is a highly respected theatre actor acclaimed nationally and internationally. She has appeared in over fifty stage productions within Australia from Shakespeare, Tennessee Williams to writing and appearing in various shows with Kate Champion’s Force Majeure and has worked in a number of TV series and films as well.

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Peter van Onselen

Peter is the political editor at Network Ten. He is also a professor of political science and foundation chair of Journalism at the University of Western Australia, as well as professor of politics and public policy at Griffith University.

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Richard McGregor

Richard is an award-winning journalist and author with unrivalled experience reporting on the top-level politics and economies of east Asia, primarily China and Japan. He was the Financial Times bureau chief in Beijing and Shanghai, and headed the Washington office for four years. He was the chief political correspondent and China and Japan correspondent for The Australian.

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Patrice Newell

Australia | Patrice has been a journalist, broadcaster, newsreader and former co-anchor of the Today Show. Then came a total change of career – to full-time land manager.

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Raj Patel

United States | Raj is a writer, academic and activist. He is a Research Professor at the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Ms Saffaa

Australia | Ms Saffaa is an artist, activist, and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Sydney.

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Eric Avery

Australia | Eric is an Indigenous interdisciplinary artist is from the Ngiyampaa, Yuin, Gumbangirri and Bundjalung people of NSW.

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Matthew Condon

Australia | Matthew is a prize-winning novelist and journalist and associate professor of journalism at Griffith University.

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Madawi Al Rasheed

Saudi Arabia / United Kingdom | Madawi is an author, anthropologist and visiting professor at the Middle East Centre, London School of Economics.

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Paul Willis

Australia | Paul is a palaeontologist and science communicator. His career in science communications has seen him on television across the country with the ABC and acting as Director at the Royal Institution of Australia (RiAus).

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Indira Naidoo

Australia | Indira is one of Australia’s most popular broadcasters and authors. During her 30-year award-winning journalistic career, she has hosted and reported for some of the country’s most distinguished news and current affair programs.

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Mimi Mefo

Cameroon | Mimi is an award-winning journalist. As a result of her relentless reporting, Mimi has been the target of online harassment, cyberattacks, and physical surveillance.

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David Haskell

United States | David is a writer, scientist, and sound recordist. His studies show the many ways that life is interconnected. His first book, The Forest Unseen, was finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize in nonfiction and received numerous other honors.

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Misha Glenny

United Kingdom | Misha is an award-winning journalist who made a name for himself as the BBC’s Central Europe Correspondent. He is best know for his best selling book, and now hit BBC series McMafia, for which he is executive producer.

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Todd May

United States | Todd is Class of 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities at Clemson University in the U.S and resident philosophy advisor to The Good Place

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Julian Savulescu

Australia | Julian is the Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford since 2002. He has degrees in medicine, neuroscience and bioethics.

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Linda Jaivin

Australia | Linda Jaivin is one of Australia’s most versatile writers. Her work spans humour, eroticism, social issues (The Infernal Optimist is set in an immigration detention centre), China studies, literary translation and cultural commentary.

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Kumi Taguchi

Australia | Kumi is a journalist, broadcaster and presenter on ABC and ABC News. She is currently hosting Compass on ABC TV.

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Sue Langley

Australia | Sue is a keynote speaker, global consultant and positive leadership expert.

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John Rasko AO

Australia | John is an Australian pioneer in the application of adult stem cells and genetic therapy.

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Susan Forde

Australia | Director of the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research. Susan is known for her work on community and independent media forms and the connections between social movements and media. She is the Chief Investigator on a current ARC project investigating community representations of the land rights movement in Queensland.

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Virginia Haussegger AM

Australia | Virginia Haussegger AM is Director of the 50/50 by 2030 Foundation and BroadAgenda’s Chief Editor, at the University of Canberra’s Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis (IGPA), where she is an Adjunct Professor.

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Jodie Ginsberg

United Kingdom | Jodie is the chief executive of global freedom of expression organisation Index on Censorship. Index publishes works by censored writers and artists in an award-winning global quarterly magazine and campaigns against censorship worldwide.

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Kerry O’Brien

Australia | Kerry O’Brien is one of Australia’s most respected journalists, with six Walkley awards including the Gold Walkley and the Walkley for Outstanding Leadership in journalism. In a career spanning over fifty years, Kerry has worked for newspapers, television and a wire service, and as a foreign correspondent.

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Charles Sampford

Australia | Professor Charles Sampford is Griffith University’s foundation dean and professor of law and research professor in ethics. He is director of the Institute of Ethics, Governance and Law.

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Madonna King

Australia | Madonna is one of Australia’s most accomplished journalists, having worked at senior levels at News Limited and the ABC. She has written seven books, all defined by her skilful reporting and her ability to get people to talk in depth.

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THE INTEGRITY 20 EXPERIENCE

A two day ‘update’ from the world’s brightest minds

Browse the pop-up Avid Reader bookstore and get your books signed

Keynotes, conversations, panel discussions, performances and more…

Premium catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

THE INTEGRITY 20 EXPERIENCE

A two day ‘update’ from the world’s brightest minds

Keynotes, conversations, panel discussions, performances and more…

Browse the pop-up Avid Reader bookstore and get your books signed

Premium catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

DAY 1 - FRI 25 OCT

BOOKED OUT - $130 / $75 Conc.
  • Entry to Day 1 – Fri 25 Oct
  • Premium catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea

Package - Day 1 + Day 2

BOOKED OUT - $300 / $130 Conc.
  • Day 1, Fri 25 + Day 2, Sat 26 Oct
  • Premium catering for morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea