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Truth and Conspiracies, with the Prime Ministers Science Advisor Dame Juliet Gerrard. The Winter of Our Discontent Sunday talk series

March 16 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm

$10
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Truth and Conspiracies, with the Prime Ministers Science Advisor Dame Juliet Gerrard

Dame Juliet is a part-time island resident who’s been the Prime Minister’s Science Advisor through the COVID pandemic and on topics including fisheries, fluoridation and cannabis reform.

She’ll consider questions of truth and conspiracy in these contested uncertain times.

Join Juliet at the Currach Irish Pub at 5pm on the 4th September 2022 for this talk.

Tickets cost $10 and you can register here now

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Small Island Big Ideas is Aotea’s festival for the heart and mind.

Our intention is to arouse curiosity and conversation that takes our world and communities forward.

This year’s theme is The Winter of our Discontent.

In a world gone viral and at the brink of war, we’ll distill a unique island perspective on what these global disruptions might mean for the future of individuals and communities.

We will explore current realities of living with uncertainty through the topics of money, psychology, writing and science.

Bring an open mind and be prepared to go home refreshed.

‘The Winter of our Discontent’ Sunday fireside talks will be held at the Currach May to September, hosting a variety of guest speakers.

Check out the full programme here

Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cost:
$10
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https://smallislandbigideas.co.nz

Organiser

Small Island Big Ideas
Email:
tim@smallislandbigideas.co.nz

Venue

The Currach Irish Pub
78 Blackwell Drive
Great Barrier Island, 0991 New Zealand
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