The radical ideas that created South Australia
Date: 11.30am - 12.20pm | Friday 13 July 2018
Venue: Bradley Forum
Jeremy Bentham was an early advocate for universal suffrage, economic and religious freedom, gender equality, abolition of slavery, decriminalisation of homosexuality, and animal rights. Just before his death in 1832, he wrote an innovative proposal to establish South Australia. It was based on a public-private partnership involving free settlers.
Free event — Make sure you arrive a bit early to get the best seat! There’s no registration required.