On Tuesday 20 March, the Intelligence Squared series of debates kicks off with a look at the ethics of eating meat. Six speakers will divide into two teams to speak for and against the proposition, ‘Animals Should Be Off the Menu’. Join us as we debate the ethics of the flesh.

Speaking for the proposition are Peter Singer, Philip Wollen and Veronica Ridge; against it, Adrian Richardson, Fiona Chambers and Bruce McGregor.

Tweet at this event: #IQ2Animals

Presenters

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Peter Singer

Peter Singer is a philosopher and author of over 25 books on ethics. He is best known for Animal Liberation, widely credited with starting the animal rights movement.

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Philip Wollen

Philip was vice president of Citibank, specialising in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions.

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Fiona Chambers

Fiona Chambers is a lecturer at Marcus Oldham Agricultural College in Geelong. She holds a Diploma of Applied Science in agriculture, specialising in animal health, nutrition and genetics and is undertaking a Master of Animal Breeding Management at Sydney University.

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Adrian Richardson

Adrian Richardson is head chef at Melbourne’s La Luna Bistro and a co-host of Ten’s Good Chef Bad Chef programme.

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Veronica Ridge

Veronica Ridge is a senior editor of the Age who is currently editing the Life&Style section of the Saturday Age. She was editor of Epicure, the Age’s weekly food and wine section, for four years (2007–2010).

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Bruce McGregor

Bruce McGregor is an animal scientist with international standing in his fields of animal production science. His voluntary community environmental work has been acknowledged with a Centenary of Federation Medal.


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