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1 April 2015

Julian Burnside AO QC  delivered the 2015 Hal Wootten lecture - "The bludgeonings of chance"  about becoming an advocate for the human rights of asylum seekers.

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12 March 2015

A lecture by Dr Mari Elka Pangestu on the role of the arts and culture in the development of Indonesia.

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5 March 2015

This wide-ranging conversation covers inclusive approaches to feminism and activism, as well as the role of race, history and power in informing Roxane Gay's book An Untamed State.

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1 March 2015

Simran Sethi discusses food, sustainability and climate change.

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16 February 2015

This Media Watch segment examines the credibility of research and media reporting on the health effects of wind turbines.

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14 February 2015

Where will we be as a society in five years’ time? Should we feel hopeful, or should we feel despair?

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1 February 2015

Should the problem of IS have been left to the regional actors to handle? Whilst IS may be containable, can it be defeated? Even if IS is eliminated, what guarantee is there that another extremist group won’t replace it?

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31 January 2015

Carrie James, Lecturer on Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, explores how young people approach questionable situations online as well as more dramatic ethical dilemmas that arise in digital contexts.

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19 January 2015

Every second young person in detention in Australia is Indigenous. The human impact of this confronting statistic is the destruction of families, the weakening of communities and the inadvertent creation of a training ground for young criminals.

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12 January 2015

In the age of fast news, few resources and global technology, are foreign correspondents becoming redundant – or are they a vital investment in properly bearing witness?

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