Max Walden interviews The Conversation’s Prodita Sabarini on the legacy of the 1965 mass killings in Indonesia.
What if you were suddenly homeless, living on $2 a day? Would you survive the streets of Melbourne? Bec Bridges talks to Luke Robson about his documentary “No Right Turn”.
Right Now speaks to nuclear engineer Arnie Gunderson, who explains how energy production based on small modular renewables is a green, equitable and promising way forward.
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp grabbed a coffee with Matthew Taylor to quiz him about the recent launch of his social enterprise.
Right Now speaks to Julie McKay, Executive Director of the Australian National Committee for UN Women, on critical gender issues facing Australia and the Pacific region.
Right Now spoke to Lucy Feagins, Editor and Founder of The Design Files, to learn more about her fundraising exhibition for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and how art can act towards social change.
Right Now chats to Jason Tuazon-McCheyne of the Australian Equality Party about giving LGBTIQ persons a voice within the Australian Federal Parliament.
Right Now interviews Andrew Zammit, researcher at Monash University’s Global Terrorism Research Centre, about domestic terrorism in Australia.
Jessica Yu speaks to Jack about the good and evil in people, human mortality and how his belief system gives him “vague pointers on how to live”.
Formed out a collaborative process, a series of shorts films produced by a group of community-based asylum seekers challenges perceptions of the refugee experience in Australia.
Jessica Yu speaks to Jarni about meditation, social justice, and why people think Buddhism is “cool”.
Elaine Pearson, the Australia Director of Human Rights Watch, speaks to Right Now about the death penalty in the Asia-Pacific, and whether Australia’s strategy of quiet diplomacy is truly effective.