GEIFN | MEDIA | Mix | April 2018

Approx 5 min reads

Benjamin Law explores ignorance, gullibility, role of self education and shared deliverance, with “Dicey Topics: Geneticist Jenny Graves on death, sex and religion” via The Sydney Morning Herald

Nathanael Cooper explores self-acceptance, liberating disclosure, family relations, harnessing talent and public eye, revealing why “'I hated myself': Calum Scott and the challenging path to fame” via The Age

Claire Thurstans explores relativity of strangers, timing and acts to “Be the person who shows kindness to strangers” via The Canberra Times

Harold Mitchell explores workplace relationships, unions, bosses, fairness and productivity, reasoning why “Now more than ever, bosses and unions need to work together” via The Brisbane Times

Julie Perrin explores camaraderie of strangers through loss, grieving and overcoming survivor’s remorse, with “Faith: Be awake to the real bearers of good news” via The Age

Rebe Taylor explores unearthed historical secrets shining a light to brighter future, reviewing “Deep Time Dreaming: Billy Griffiths on exploration of the distant past” via WA Today

Benjamin Law explores goodbyes, good living and good life, on “Dicey Topics: Miranda Tapsell on death, sex and religion” via WA Today

Maureen Mathews explores meaningfulness, mortality and vitality, in “About Last Night: Avoid regrets and get the most out of life” via The Age

Louise Rugendyke explores working prospects for differently-able, reviewing how “Employable Me reveals what it's like to walk in someone else's shoes” via The Canberra Times

Mark McKenna explores nationalism, sovereignty, belonging and unfinished business when calling “Whitefella dreaming; it's time to discover our reconciled republic” via The Age

Kylie Northover explores a migrant’s story, laugh along with insightful “Lunch with Hung Le: 'I'm too Australian to be a good cook'” via The Canberra Times

Dani Valent explores an example of enduring productive relationships, overcoming obstacles together and managing changing times to keep with a common good, revealing “Chefs Allan Campion and Michele Curtis: 'He had something to tell me'” via The Age

Sarah Kaplan explores recent archeological discoveries, reporting how “Scientists find evidence of paint, complex tools and climate chaos at the dawn of humanity” via The Age

Linda Blair explores attitude, direct-experience and causality as “Science proves attitude can be a powerful mental tool” via The Brisbane Times

Jim Bright explores self-gratification, lying and cheating, offering advice to avoiding “The underworld hall of mirrors” via The Canberra Times

Tim Richards explores the role of hospitality, good good and good company in breaking down barriers and building communities, on the “Foodie Trails, Footscray: An African food tour of Melbourne” via

Christine D’Mello explores the language of technology making learning accessible when “Online tutoring for students adds up” via WA Today

Henrietta Cook explores needs-based schooling for a modern generation, revealing “Classes, playgroups and confidence: the one-stop shop for families” via The Canberra Times

Anna Prytz shines a light on a fearless and open hearted approach to ignorance, when “'There's a line to draw': Muslim officer rises above online abuse” via The Age

David Crowe and Bevan Shields explore origin story, career path and enduring love, inviting us to meet “The boss of the Business Council defies the stereotype of the blue-blooded big shot” via WA Today

Miki Perkins and Adam Carey describe “Eyes across nation on Victoria as quest begins for Aboriginal treaty” via The Canberra Times

Approx 20min presentations

Christiane Amanpour: How to seek truth in the era of fake news

Mona Chalabiat: 3 ways to spot a bad statistic

Kailash Satyarthiat: How to make peace? Get angry

Approx 5 min presentation

Alex Boye with Southern Virginia University Allstars - Believer

Approx 2 min presentation

Sesame Street, Hank Azaria and Elmo look out for Imposters

Approx 5 min presentation

Adong Judith: How I use art to bridge misunderstanding