In the second final, an Adelaide law student with a passion for social justice and a good argument, a Melbourne family man who would like Australia to embrace its diversity and a public servant who tries his hand at stand-up meet in the third final of Strictly Speaking.
Joe Rafalowicz, 21, from Adelaide, is a seasoned debater who has addressed UN youth forums and would like to see public speaking regarded as a sport.
Mark Yettica-Paulson, 38, father of two is an indigenous relations facilitator who believes Australia should fall in love with its diversity.
Toby Halligan, a 23 year old public servant from Victoria, dabbles in stand up and uses humour to tackle big issues.
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