Fearless Curious August 2019: triggered or bullied?

Sydney, Wednesday 28 August: Many people - including many minorities and women themselves - fear a politically correct atmosphere where offence is easily taken. They worry that stifles well intentioned discussion and makes minorities and women distrustful and too sensitive, furthering social divisions and culture wars.

Others believe while claims of cultural appropriation, microaggressions and sexism/racism often go too far, they do raise legitimate issues. They believe that some apparently harmless habits, such as profiling and humour based on gender or race, can increase mistreatment of minorities and women.

Join this month's panellists journalist Antoinette Lattouf, psychiatrist Tanveer Ahmed and host Ky Chow to explore these challenging questions in the in augural Fearless Curious.