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What is FODI Digital?

Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) hosts a series of live streamed conversations called FODI Digital.

The most recent FODI Digital program included Edward Snowden, prominent Australian academic, Marcia Langton, and controversial enviro-journalist, David Wallace-Wells.

 

I missed FODI Digital. Where can I catch up?

There were two digital programs in 2020:
MAY 2020
“The Truth About China” – Jason Yat-Sen Li, Kevin Rudd, Yaqui Wang and Vicky Xiuzhong Xu
“Misinformation is Infectious” – Claire Wardle in conversation with Ariel Bogle
“The Ethics Of The Pandemic” – Matt Beard, Eleanor Gordon-Smith and Bryan Mukandi
“Political Correct-mess”Van Badham, Kevin Donnelly, Osman Faruqi and Chris Kenny, chaired by Sarah Dingle
“States of Surveillance” – Mark Pesce, Angie Abdilla and Ellen Broad, chaired by Matt Beard
“The Future is History” – Masha Gessen in conversation with Hamish MacDonald
“Stolen Inheritance” – Audrey Mason-Hyde, Daisy Jeffrey and Dylan Storer
“Snap Back to Reality” – Stan Grant, Rebecca Huntley and Tim Soutphommasane, chaired by Simon Longstaff

All of these talks can be viewed On Demand via The Festival of Dangerous Ideas YouTube channel or listen to them on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts.

SEPT-OCT 2020
“Dangerous Fictions” – Marcia Langton, chaired by Stan Grant
“Surveillance States” – Edward Snowden, chaired by Simon Longstaff
“The Uninhabitable Earth” – David Wallace-Wells, chaired by Narelle Hooper

“Dangerous Fictions” can be viewed on The Festival of Dangerous Ideas YouTube channel
“Surveillance States” is available to listen on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts.

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