Stan Grant

Stan Grant is an esteemed journalist and broadcaster with a prolific career spanning over 25 years across more than 70 countries. His roles have included ABC Federal Political Correspondent, London-based European Correspondent for the Seven Network, and China Correspondent for CNN in Beijing. As the International Affairs Analyst for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Stan has covered significant global events from the release of Nelson Mandela to the war in Iraq, earning him multiple prestigious awards including the Columbia University Du-Pont and the U.S. Peabody Award.

A celebrated author and speaker, Stan has written compelling works such as The Tears of Strangers and Talking To My Country. His deep insights into international affairs, especially in Asia and the Middle East, stem from his extensive experience in global journalism. Stan's ability to link historical context with current events makes his keynotes richly informative and engaging.

As a member of the Wiradjuri and Kamilaroi Aboriginal peoples, Stan brings a unique perspective to his work, passionately advocating for Indigenous rights and recognition. His interview style and coverage of Indigenous affairs have been both influential and moving, notably bringing former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to tears on national television. Stan's keynotes are not only insightful but also resonate with his strong advocacy for justice and humanity.

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