Festival of Dangerous Ideas
With The Ethics Centre / Festival of Dangerous Ideas
Event Details
17 - 18 September 2022
Carriageworks, 245 Wilson St
Eveleigh, NSW, 2015, Australia
About the Event
This year, Australia’s original disruptive festival, the Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) returns live and in-person to Carriageworks Sydney, 17–18 September 2022.

Presented by The Ethics Centre, this year’s Festival presents 72 guests including Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen, pre-eminent psychologist Steven Pinker, historical commentator Ruth Ben-Ghiat, gender non-conforming artist Alok Vaid-Menon award-winning author Sisonke Msimang, hot-blooded politician Jacqui Lambie, economic expert Adam Tooze, political artist Badiucao, celebrity tattoo artist Scott Campbell and many more razor-sharp thinkers, artists, experts and disruptors from around the world and across Australia.

In order for an independent, not-for-profit organisation like The Ethics Centre to put on a major festival like FODI, it needs the help of an amazing team of volunteers. FODI wouldn’t be possible without them.

If you’re interested in helping out and being a part of the festival, we’d love to hear from you. Register below.

You’ll be able to check out the Festival in all its glory as well as receive a FODI goody bag for your time.

Available Roles
Roles will vary depending on each area, your tasks will include some of the following: - Greeting guests - Crowd control - Directing patrons - Monitoring access points - Signing up guests/members - Ushering
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TEC Staff Volunteer role
About The Ethics Centre / Festival of Dangerous Ideas
The Ethics Centre is a not-for-profit organisation developing and delivering innovative programs, services and experiences, designed to bring ethics to the centre of personal and professional life. Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) is Australia’s original disruptive festival. FODI holds uncomfortable ideas up to the light and challenges thinking on some of the most persevering and difficult isshow more
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