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Brian Morris

Brian Morris is the director of Plain Reason which he launched in 2014 as an outlet for media campaigns on a broad swathe of contemporary social issues that historically have been dominated by Christian lobby groups. Plain Reason bases its platform on science, logic and reason, rather than religious or political ideology.

Brian has been a freelance member of the journalists' division of the MEAA for 30 years.

He founded The Publicity Agency in Sydney in 1991, steering it to become a highly successful boutique agency. tpa was a unique consultancy utilising 300 professional freelance specialists who covered all mainstream media, public relations and copywriting disciplines.

Prior to tpa Brian ran media and PR projects, mostly for NSW government, and before that he was a journalist, then editor, of the investigative Probe magazine. In 2004 one of Australia's largest agencies bought out tpa and Brian moved to Adelaide to form his own jazz trio, and shoot black and white photographs.

His focus now is running social projects through Plain Reason, together with a group of active supporters. He is currently writing a book on religion and the need for Australia to adopt many of the religion-neutral policies of successful Western European countries, and move this society to become fully secular.

Author's website: Plain Reason


 
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