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Disrupted: Changing the Conversation on Refugees and Getting it on the #Rig...

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State Library of Western Australia

25 Francis Street

Perth, WA 6000

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Presenter: Kon Karapanagiotidis

Join Kon for a rigorous four-hour workshop as he shares the findings of ASRC's ground-breaking 'Words that Work" messaging research led by communications expert Anat Shenker-Osorio. Discuss how this has informed the development of a values-based conversation framework that has proven to shift community attitudes on how people seeking asylum should be treated.

Kon will share the ASRC tools and strategies to enable you to engage with people of influence in your networks and create an alternative narrative using the power of conversation as a tool for social change.

If you believe the key to changing the policy direction of current and future governments lies in the ability to reach out beyond the 'echo chamber' and bring new people into the conversation, join Kon and change the conversation.


Access Options: If you are mobility impaired, please email Disrupted Festival of Ideas after booking at sarahw@georgiamalone.com.au to advise us of your requirements.


This event is part of Disrupted Festival of Ideas, a weekend of free conversations, intimate walking tours, live music and creativity, taking over the State Library of Western Australia on 29 & 30 July.

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