Rise of the Far Right in Australia

Forum Australia (Aussie Forum Inc)

Hosts a discussion and three course dinner on

Rise of the Far Right
in Australia

6pm Tuesday 30 April 2019

Taj Agra Restaurant
35 Woolley St, Dickson, ACT 2602

There is a growing rise of far right or right-wing extremism gaining momentum around the world. At home in Australia, we are seeing the spread across the society and its effect on multiculturalism, social, economic and environmental issues. The recent tragic terrorist activity in Christchurch is a stark reminder on how such issues are gaining momentum. The forum will help understand the key issues and how it is affecting a multicultural Australia. 

Payment of $20 (cash only) per person at the door, inclusive of a 3 course dinner and the forum.

Dinner will be halal with vegetarian options. For vegetarian options, please tick the appropriate box during registration.

Click here to Register


Mohammed Ali, 
Founder and Vice-President, Forum Australia


John Hewson
Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU
Former Liberal opposition leader

Jack Waterford AM
Journalist and Political Commentator
Former Editor at Large, Canberra Times

Robert (Bob) McMullan
Former Labor MP and Minister

Alex Sloan AM
Journalist and Radio Broadcaster

Minister Chris Steel MLA
Member for Murrumbidgee

Spaces are limited. To book your spot in this Forum please register by clicking on the link below.
Payment of $20 per person at the door, inclusive of a sumptuous three course dinner and forum.
Note – you can register more than one person.
Any queries, please contact
Mohammed Ali on 0404 947 260  or
Helen Wilson on 0409 621 949 or
Email:  info@aussieforum.org

Please be seated by 6:30pm when the first course of dinner will be served.
Speeches will also begin at 6:30pm, followed by a Q&A session.

Forum Australia thanks the ACT Office of Multicultural Affairs for its funding allocation to assist us build stronger inter-cultural ties within the ACT.

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