Join us in Canberra for EAGxAustralia 2022
Now in its 6th year, EAGxAustralia is a sell-out conference for the effective altruism community in Australia and Oceania. Our events have been helping people do good better since 2015: whether through their careers, donations, or other aspects of their lives.
While COVID prevented us from holding a conference in 2020/2021, we’re thrilled to announce the return of EAGxAustralia in 2022. We’ve lined up a range of speakers from around the world, including experts on global health and poverty, AI safety, animal welfare, and climate change. The programme will also include workshops, meetups, and plenty of time for networking and socialising.
Applications for the conference have now closed, but you can still claim a ticket for the Friday night keynote, which kicks off at 7pm. This event is open to the public, including those who are not attending the full weekend conference. You can find further information about the keynote, including instructions on claiming your ticket here. Saturday and Sunday (the 9th and 10th) will feature full-day programmes, with talks and other events running from 9am til 6pm on both days.
Further Info & FAQs
Who is the conference for?
EAGxAustralia is aimed at people with an understanding of the core ideas of effective altruism. E.g. people who have completed an introductory course, or who have engaged with more than 20 hours of effective altruism related content.
Applications for EAGxAustralia 2022 have now closed— those accepted should have received an email with instructions on claiming their ticket.
Attendees had the opportunity to apply for financial assistance for travel expenses in the application form. If you have any issues claiming your financial assistance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve compiled some guidance for attendees who may require a visa to enter Australia and participate in the conference. We strongly encourage attendees do their own research into whether they require a visa, and which visa is best. None of our guidance is official legal advice.
Our current COVID-19 policy is viewable here. The most important point to note is that we are requiring attenedees to be fully vaccinated, and to wear masks while at the venue (and not eating or drinking).
Any other questions?
We cover a range of other frequently asked questions here. You can also get in touch with us at email@example.com