Events

The Freilich Project organises a range of events including public lectures, conferences and seminars, many of which are free and open to the public. These events draw on the expertise of some of Australia—and the world’s—most prominent intellectuals and public figures on subjects related to bigotry.

A historic black and white photo of young children sitting together in a classroom.
13
Apr
2023

Religion in Modern Education: Conflict, Policy, and Practice

The Freilich Project is proud to support the upcoming international conference, Religion in Modern Education: Conflict, Policy, and Practice. 13-15 April 2023...
23
Mar
2023

Freilich Project Research Showcase

Over the last few years we've been extremely proud to support leading research into bigotry, its causes, impacts, and histories. COVID-19 threw off some of our...
21
Feb
2023

We Bleed The Same Farewell Reception

We Bleed the Same has been on show since March 2022, brought to the ANU by the Freilich Project.  Join us as we say farewell to the We Bleed the Same...
08
Nov
2022

55 CANCRI E: We Bleed The Same Master Class Showcase

The We Bleed the Same ANU Master Class students will be exhibiting their works in an exciting new exhibition combating racism.  Launching in the Level 2 Foyer...
The Ukrainian Ambassador, Vasyl Myroshnychenko, stands with his hands folded. Behind him are the Ukrainian and Australian flags.
19
Oct
2022

Annual Freilich Lecture on Bigotry and Tolerance: Ukrainian Ambassador Vasyl Myroshnychenko

The Freilich Project is pleased to announce that His Excellency, Ambassador Vasyl Myroshnychenko will be giving this year's Freilich Lecture in Bigotry and...
13
Oct
2022

Democratic Resilience: Public Sphere Responses to Violent Extremism Report Launch and Panel Discussion

Violent extremism threatens human life and safety. Often overlooked is how violent extremists endanger the public sphere, which is comprised of the practices,...
14
Sep
2022

The HRC/Freilich Project Distinguished Annual Lecture: The Holocaust as an Australian Story: Family networks between Australia and Europe during the Holocaust

The Holocaust as an Australian Story: Family networks between Australia and Europe during the Holocaust. The HRC/Freilich Project Distinguished Annual Lecture...

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