Justice

Wednesday 28 June 2023
The Supreme Court of Western Australia Stirling Gardens

This event is now sold out – you can join the waitlist as it is possible tickets will be returned for resale.

 

You know the feeling of hot indignation, frustration, and maybe anger, when you are on the receiving end of an injustice.

Yet, until that moment, justice is a concept we blithely assume is a given.

Some of us fight for justice, for ourselves, and others. Some of us are unconscious contributors to another’s injustice.

But whatever our role, it’s essential to our society – and that’s why in 2023 we’ll examine Justice in its many forms.

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Each ticket includes …

  • Program booklet
  • Personalised lanyard
  • Carbon offset for travel to and from the event
  • GST and booking fees

A small pay bar will offer refreshments.

This event is carbon neutral.

Speakers

Karinda Burns
Ngoonooru Wadjari nyarlu Academic of Law

Craig Hollywood
WA Local Hero Award winner and Founder of Short Back & Sidewalks

Juanita Schaffa de Mauri
Supporting women affected by the justice system

Megan Krakouer
Director of National Suicide Prevention and Trauma Recovery Project

Curators and Hosts

TEDxKingsPark Speakers and their talks are carefully curated by our skilled Curation team. We love to welcome subject experts to ensure we get every detail right.

Monica Kander
Curator

Hayley Passmore
Child Health Researcher

Rob Lines
Licensee & Head of Curation



Principal Partner

Partners

Venue

The Supreme Court of Western Australia
Stirling Gardens
Corner of Barrack Street and St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000

If you have any other access needs, message us and we’ll be in touch.

All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Getting There

Perth Train Station is a 13 minute walk from The Supreme Court. 

Catch buses to Elizabeth Quay, which is a 5 minute walk.

Visit Transperth’s website to plan your journey.

Parking

The Supreme Court is close to Esplanade parking and the City of Perth Car Park on Terrace Road.

Tickets

Young people (aged 21 and under) receive a 22% discount, making your tickets just $35. Please bring ID when you attend and, if you are under 14, you must be accompanied by an adult with a ticket.

We pay your booking fees. You are also able to contribute to our Plant A Tree initiative.

If you need any support or help, get in touch with us and we’ll do our very best to help you.