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.

14
Oct
2024

Freilich Research Seminar: Rebel Sistah Cypher: Research, activism and creative practice

  This seminar is brought to you in partnership with the School of Archaeology and Anthropology as part of their seminar series.  Seminar abstract TBC. Zoom...
13
Jun
2024

We Bleed the Same: Unity

Celebrate the diversity and strength of our community during challenging times. This upcoming exhibition is hosted by Jozo's in Paddington, Sydney. Features...
23
May
2024

2024 Alice Tay Lecture: Panel on Human Rights and the NDIS

The 2024 Alice Tay Lecture on Law and Human Rights will be taking place Thursday 23rd May. This year we are hosting a panel discussion considering the NDIS and...
19
Apr
2024

The involvement of Ezidi families in children’s “Family hour” program in rural Australia: Opportunities and challenges

Refugee children, similar to other children, are exposed to diverse ecological systems in which their families and communities play a significant role in...
Two images, one of Cocoa the Conscious and one of Jim Moginie holding a guitar.
14
Mar
2024

We Bleed the Same: Stories, at Manly Writers' Festival

We are proudly supporting the We Bleed the Same exhibition's latest show, We Bleed the Same: Stories, at the Manly Writers' Festival in March.  The Festival...
13
Mar
2024

Research Seminar: Investigating Overt and Covert Perpetuation of Prejudice and Bigotry in Children’s Picture Books

The call for the publication and use of diverse books for children is gaining momentum worldwide. Dr Helen Adam (Edith Cowan University) and Dr Sally Murphy (...
Two men stand on a rooftop holding a sign that reads "Are not we your neighbour don't mistreat the foreigner"
01
Nov
2023

Annual Freilich Lecture: Are we not your neighbours? Bigotry in Australian Life

Bigotry has been an enduring feature of Australian life, present from the arrival of the first Europeans on the continent’s shores.  In 1796, the New South...

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