Chris Cunneen, music & Human Rights Week – The Thursday Podcast

By Right Now Radio
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The December edition of Right Now Radio is a full as a Christmas stocking with interviews, musical treats and Ben’s daggy gags.

The crew chat with Professor Chris Cunneen about a recent report on legal needs for Aboriginal people in Victoria, catch up with Laura Vines about fighting violence against women in PNG (including with a song competition!), and hear from Janet Wight about proposed reforms to Queensland’s criminal justice system and the potential impacts on young people. Plus there’s the usual wrap of website news and a look at upcoming Human Rights Week events.

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