Ben and Ev are joined by guest host, Jess Richter from the RMIT Centre for Innovative Justice, and Christina Ryan to talk about the over-incarceration of those with an ABI. And for International Women’s Day, they touch on the unique challenges that women with a disability face.
It’s the first episode of Right Now Radio for 2016!
After the first four refugees from Nauru were resettled in Cambodia in 2015, Monique Sebire travelled to Phnom Penh to talk to locals and human rights workers about the Australia-Cambodia refugee deal.
International Human Rights Day, the last episode for 2015 and Emily Howie’s final Right Now Radio!
Right Now Radio talks safe access to abortion clinics, the neuroscience of evil, and justice reinvestment with Jerry Madden.
Right Now Radio discuss the human rights topics that made headlines in June and speak to Lucas Shrank, who created the animation “Nowhere Line” showing life on Manus Island
Right Now Radio went live to air on Triple RRR for a special edition on the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival. Tune in here!
This month the Right Now Radio team went along to Progress 2015. Tune in to the podcast to hear what they got up to during the three day conference in Melbourne.
The March edition of Right Now Radio is out. Featuring Indigenous community closures, abortion rights, LGBTI asylum seekers and comedian Sarah Jones.
Right Now Radio is back for 2015! This month on the show: Scott Ludlam on data retention, a pediatrician’s perspective on children in detention, death penalty advocacy and “Parade The Musical.”
Evelyn Tadros speaks to prominent street artist Kaff-eine about her exhibition “Kalabaw.”