THREE incredible speakers debate important public issues and give their honest opinions on issues such as freedom of speech & religion, the success of immigration and multiculturalism in Australia.
Avi Yemini is a proud “Ozraeli” – a dual citizen of Australia and Israel. Born and raised in Australia, he joined the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) before returning home to teach self-defence and personal training IDF style. His willingness to say what he’s thinking about current issues without regard for political correctness quickly drew a large following on Facebook and he is now bursting onto the minor party political scene in Victoria.
Imam Tawhidi is one of Australia’s most controversial speakers. He is a Muslim scholar, thinker, educator, speaker, and one of the main leading voices in the global movement of Islamic reform, who has dedicated his life to ideologically tackling the spread of Islamic extremism. He has delivered speeches at Hussainiyas, Mosques, Islamic centres, Churches and Universities across the Middle East, Europe, America, Asia, Australia, USA and Canada.
Kirralie Smith is widely known as founder and director of Halal Choices Australia, and this year launched H.A.M. (the Halal Action Movement). Kirralie is a housewife, mother, small business owner and activist. She is an outspoken opponent of political correctness who seeks to ensure that the voice of mainstream, conservative Australia is heard.
Professor James Allan holds the oldest named chair at The University of Queensland, Garrick Professor of Law, TC Beirne School of Law. Originally from Canada, Professor Allan has published widely in the areas of legal philosophy and constitutional law, including in all the top English language legal philosophy journals in the US, the UK, Canada and Australia. Professor Allan also writes widely for newspapers and weeklies, including The Australian, The Spectator Australia and Quadrant and has given or participated in more than 80 lectures, debates and talks.
• 6pm-7pm: Pre-Event Networking with Finger Food ($15.99), &/or
• 7pm-9:30: Main Event, including an hour-long Q&A Panel ($39.99)
• Thursday evening, 17 May 2018
• Mt Gravatt Bowls Club – free onsite parking, close to freeway