Now What Do We Do? : Maureen Dowd - Antidote 2018
Long-time columnist for The New York Times, Maureen Dowd is one of the most recognized and most read newspaper writers in the world. At ANTIDOTE 2018 she was joined by her friend and fellow journalist Julia Baird for a wide-ranging conversation about that covered everything from fake news to "that apricot-coloured toddler in the White House".
Up Next in Season 2 (2018)
Race, Power & Privilege - Antidote 2018
Megan Davis, Ta-Nehisi Coates and Sisonke Msimang reflect on the legacies of colonialism that play out in issues of race across both Australia and America. Beverley Wang chairs this discussion about implications of slavery and dispossession, over-representation in prisons, institutionalised racis...
Three Ways To Save The World - Antido...
Time is of the essence when you’re trying to save the world. Join Raj Patel, Liz Jackson, and Jonathan Drori as they offer up timely solutions to urgent global problems. Expect economics, design, the natural world and everything in between.
Session chaired by Rebecca Huntley.
Fringe-dwellers & Fanatics - Antidote...
David Niewart, Jeff Sparrow and Ed Husain examine movements and ideologies whose extreme ideas are entering mainstream politics across western governments, including Australia. They're joined by the Saturday Paper's Maddison Connaughton to consider where this might be dragging the centre of polit...