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A discussion about how artists and their work can play a significant part in raising awareness of the environment and climate change.
Michaela Crimmin Head of Arts at the RSA from 1997 to March 2010, directing the RSA Arts & Ecology Centre; course tutor...
Since the election was first called on July 17, there has been little from either major party concerning foreign policy or national security. This discussion addresses the foreign policy issues not being raised during this election campaign.
The power of the media is often discussed looking at the proprietors but rarely do we look at those who have the editorial control.
Graham Perkin was the editor of The Age during the 1960s and early 70s, when Australia was navigating considerable social...
Following on from the conversation last week on 'open government' this program hosts the head of the newly created Office of the Information Commissioner.
He discusses how the office will ensure greater disclosure of information within the public sector and the complexities involved in...
A conversation about 'open government' in light of the recent report of the Government 2.0 Taskforce.
The report says that by using the collaborative tools of the internet (Web 2.0) government will be more democratic, participatory and informed, government policy more relevant and public...
Paul Pholeros has spent three decades working on indigenous housing. He talks about why housing for Aboriginal Australians is still in such a dire state and what's needed to improve it?