Right Now talks to writer Luke Bodley and photographer Matthew Vandeputte about their audio-visual poem BEND that explores socio-cultural and sexual inclusion.
Grahame Best interviews Michael Green about The Messenger, a podcast which brings you into the Australian immigration detention centre on Manus Island.
We chat to human rights lawyer Shahleena Musk about the best ways to address the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in detention.
A photo exhibition by Ali MC explores the challenges facing Rohingya refugees.
Rowena Allen, Victoria’s Gender and Sexuality Commissioner, discusses her first year in the role.
The Refugee Art Project helps asylum seekers in detention centres, and those recently settled in local communities, express themselves through creativity and art.
Katherine Brown speaks to Aliya Hussain from the Guantanamo Global Justice Initiative at the NY Center for Constitutional Rights.
No Fixed Address City Tours gives homeless people in Melbourne the opportunity to regain employment and independence.
Roselina Press spoke to ‘Dreaming of Denmark’ director Michael Graversen at the 2016 Human Rights Arts Film Festival.
Samantha Jones speaks to filmmaker Sophie Wiesner and men’s behavioural program facilitator David Nugent.
Through storytelling and song in Australia’s first musical documentary, Prison Songs, Kelrick Martin has humanised the statistics on Indigenous incarceration.
Jennifer Jones chats with Jo Hirst, author of a book for children about gender identity called “The Gender Fairy”.