The Australasian Ethics Olympiad, Ethics Bowl China & Ethics Olympiad
Canada proudly present the first International Ethics Olympiad.

June 25th 2020


Organisers- Matthew Wills (Australia) and Leo Huang (China) and Archie & Theo Stapleton (Canadian Ethics Olympiad)
                                                                          
Please send any questions to; admin@ethicsolympiad.org &  info@ethicsbowlchina.com

Click here for the rules.  Please note that these rules have been
revised for an online event. Also note that this page is currently being developed
and will be updated regularly
Start Time
Shanghai (China - Shanghai Municipality)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 9:00:00 am        CST      UTC+8 hours
Perth (Australia - Western Australia)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 9:00:00 am        AWST        UTC+8 hours
Sydney (Australia - New South Wales)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 11:00:00 am       AEST        UTC+10 hours
Adelaide (Australia - South Australia)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 10:30:00 am        ACST        UTC+9:30 hours
Toronto (Canada)                                  Wednesday, 24 June 2020 at 9:00:00 pm        PDT        UTC-10:00 hours
Finish Time
Shanghai (China - Shanghai Municipality)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 2:15:00 pm        CST        UTC+8 hours
Perth (Australia - Western Australia)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 2:15:00 pm        AWST        UTC+8 hours
Sydney (Australia - New South Wales)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 4:15:00 pm        AEST        UTC+10 hours
Adelaide (Australia - South Australia)        Thursday, 25 June 2020 at 3:15:00 pm        ACST        UTC+9:30 hours
Toronto (Canada)                                  Wednesday, 24 June 2020 at 2:15:00 am        PDT        UTC-10:00 hours
Judging Panel

Arlo Sporn B.A. Philosophy, University of British Columbia, M.A. Philosophy, University of Toronto, J.D.
candidate, Harvard Law School. Areas of study: meta ethics, applied ethics, philosophy of science.

Catherine Geraghty-Slavica- President of SOPHY CANBERRA (SOCIETY OF PHILOSOPHY FOR THE
YOUNG) Dip Teach, B Ed. BA (Hons) Phil, (COGE) UNSW, Teach Ed Cert (Phil).

Dr Chantelle Saville-  Phd. Graduate from the University of Auckland- The Will to Believe: Freedom of
Thought in Late Medieval Philosophy and Literature'

Chenyuan Li- Mr. Li served as NSDA (National Speech and Debate Association) judge and debate
coach.

Dan Yang- MEd (Master of Education), University of Sydney Lecturer, Donghua University, Shanghai
Director of Training Center of College of Foreign Languages

Gabriel Freund B.A. Hons., MA. Philosophy (in progress) University of British Columbia. Areas of Study:
Ethics, Social/Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind

Guy Varndell- Year 10 Learning Coordinator,  Gifted and Talented Coordinator  IB Diploma Global
Politics | ATAR Politics & Law

Dr Jennifer Duke-Yonge-  Lecturer in the Philosophy Dept at Macquarie University Sydney.

Dr Matt Deaton- Philosophy Professor and Author- The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas
(remotely from TN)

Michael Anderson-  MAT Lewis & Clark College, MALS Reed College, is a former high school IB
Philosophy and Theory of Knowledge teacher, currently an Ethics Bowl Coach and Philosophy Club
Adviser at the Vancouver School of Arts & Academics in Vancouver, Washington, USA.  

Moor Chen- B.A., Philosophy, Scripps College Ms. Chen served as NSDA (National Speech and Debate
Association) judge and BP (British Parliamentary Style) Debate judge. She was also a BP debater in
college.

Dr Nin Kirkham - Chair of Philosophy, Vice President (Academic) NTEU, Deputy Head of School
(Community and Engagement) The University of Western Australia

Stefan Popov- B.A., Philosophy, Williams College Mr. Popov currently works as an education
consultant with an emphasis on developing student's writing and critical thinking skills.