A public lecture sponsored by Banyule Churches Together featuring Fr. Frank Brennan SJ AO.
|Date:||Tuesday 22 November|
|Location:||St George's Anglican Church|
46 Warncliffe Road, Ivanhoe East
Frank Brennan is a Jesuit priest and Rector of Newman College at the University of Melbourne.
He is a Distinguished Fellow of the PM Glynn Institute at Australian Catholic University, an Adjunct Professor at the Thomas More Law School at ACU and research professor at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.
He chaired the National Human Rights Consultation for the Rudd Government and was a member of the Turnbull Government’s expert panel which conducted the Religious Freedom Review. The Morrison Government appointed him to the Voice Co-Design Senior Advisory Group to help guide the Co-Design process to develop options for an Indigenous voice to government. Frank serves on the boards of Jesuit Social Services and the National Apology Foundation for Indigenous Australians and on the Advisory Council of the Global Foundation. His research interests include conscience and faith, human rights and the rule of law, and the rights of Indigenous peoples and asylum seekers.