Max Jeganathan

Max Jeganathan

Priyan (Max) Jeganathan is an international speaker and writer. He is passionate about helping people make sense of current issues and life’s big questions through the lens of the Christian message. A former lawyer and political & policy adviser in the Australian National Parliament, Max has spoken around the world in banks, businesses and universities, including Facebook, Google, Nike and Goldman Sachs. He is based in Sydney, Australia and is currently undertaking a PhD on the ethics of human dignity.

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The elusive search for justice

The elusive search for justice

What do Trumpers and Anti-Trumpers, pro-voice and anti-voice campaigners, have in common?
The moral grammar of budgets

The moral grammar of budgets

Here’s what I always ask myself at budget time: are we idiots, tribespeople or citizens?
Finding redemption in a world of conflict

Finding redemption in a world of conflict

War creates no absolutely new situation: it simply aggravates the permanent human situation so that we can no longer ignore…
Australia: Indigenous voice to parliament a question of love and moral imaginiation

Australia: Indigenous voice to parliament a question of love and moral imaginiation

“We are a much unloved people.” The recent words of Indigenous leader Noel Pearson should cut to the heart of…
The cost of living and the cost of principles

The cost of living and the cost of principles

McDonald's is the secret to world peace — or so the economist and New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman famously…