What: In association with Griffith REVIEW
When: Monday, 27 August; 6pm – 8pm
Where: Bleeding Heart Gallery and Café, 166 Ann Street, Brisbane CBD
Cost: $10 including GST (FREE for Brisbane Institute subscribers, Griffith staff and Griffith REVIEW subscribers)


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As a nation girt by sea, global travel has always been central to Australia’s identity; from indigenous people to the passengers of the First Fleet leaving their homeland for a destination beyond the limits of the known world, to people arriving from war-stricken zones in search of freedom. We are a nation of immigrants, tourists and expats who are more at home than ever in the global village, where boundaries and borders start to shift for those who hold more than one identity or passport.

In conjunction with Griffith REVIEW, Small World explores the experiences of Australians abroad and how these influence our public policy at home. Join ABC’s Big Ideas broadcaster Paul Barclay while he explores our small world further with Kristina Olsson, Patrick Holland, Stephanie Green, Julianne Schultz and Melissa Lucashenko.