The Liffman Lecture 2019
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|Date:||Tuesday 7 May 2019|
|Venue:||Swanston Room, Melbourne Town Hall, 90-130 Swanston St, Melbourne 3000 -->|
Ethical Philanthropy: How do we do better at doing good?
The Swinburne Philanthropy and Social Impact Alumni (SPSIA) Committee invites you to join us as renowned ethicist Peter Singer AC returns to Swinburne for the annual Liffman Lecture. Peter will be joined in conversation with Peter Mares (senior moderator with the Cranlana Programme, former ABC journalist and broadcaster, author and Adjunct Fellow at the Swinburne Centre for Urban Transitions) and Leigh Mathews (Victorian Young Australian of the Year 2009 and founder of ALTO Global Consulting) as they discuss Ethical Philanthropy: How do we do better at doing good?
Peter Singer is known for his strong views on ethical issues and is no stranger to controversy. Currently the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, he is recognised as one of the world's most influential contemporary philosophers and a thought leader in areas such as animal liberation, philanthropy, and human evolution.
Tuesday 7 May 2019
6.00pm – Registration and refreshments
6.30pm – Lecture
7.45pm – Networking
8.15pm – Event concludes
Complementary however please consider making a donation to the Swinburne Philanthropy and Social Impact Alumni subfund through the Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation, via the website or by phoning 9633 0033, and choose Swinburne Philanthropy and Social Impact Alumni (SPSIA) in the campaign option. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
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