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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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5 January 2015

What is happening at the cutting edge of public transport, and clean car technology? What’s the state of Australia’s public transport systems and road transport network – and why do we always have to choose one over the other?

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16 December 2014

Sally Warhaft interviews Greg Combet about the Australian labour movement, the state of our democracy and parliament, the future of the ALP and life after politics.

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14 December 2014

A great speech captures the power and passion of its ideas; it’s an attempt to influence thought, or to commemorate a moment in time.

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9 December 2014

What motivates the war against whaling in the Southern Ocean – for both sides?

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3 December 2014

Marking the International Day of People with Disability on 3 December, this 20 minute video documents an exhibition of videos, a radio play, songs, paintings and more, curated by Arts Access Australia.

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2 December 2014

Why do people create and innovate? And how does intellectual property law encourage, or discourage, the process?

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1 December 2014

Why are vaccination rates at dangerously low levels in parts of Australia and overseas?

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28 November 2014

Today’s jobs have changed far beyond yesteryear’s projections. In this rapidly changing landscape, how can our education institutions meet new demands?

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