Right Now’s Kevin Bathman interviews Japanese-Australian photographer and writer Mayu Kanamori on the making of “Yasukichi Murakami – Through a Distant Lens.”
Photographer Ian Flanders documents sexual slavery in Phnom Penh with his project, “By the River.”
By channeling his own experiences into his work, multidisciplinary artist Sha Sarwari draws attention to the untold narratives of asylum seekers and invites the public to engage in conversations on this topic.
Jessica Yu speaks to Amena about her faith, mercy, and the representation of Muslim women in the media.
Kat Phyn sits down with the original founders of the Christian protest group that has become well known for its unconventional tactics in a fight for the rights of asylum seekers.
Documentary photographer Conor Ashleigh is running a series of creative storytelling workshops for Sydney migrant youth called “Seeing Summer.”
Samira Farah speaks to Lukas Schrank about his new short film Nowhere Line which addresses the challenging and contentious subject of mandatory detention.
Madeleine Dore interviews artist Bernie Slater who combines text, political commentary, humour, and dynamic visuals to convey strong messages aimed to incite social change.
Right Now arts editor Samira Farah speaks with Mehdi Jaghuri, an Afghan-Australian artist who fled Hazara targeted persecution when he was a child.
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp chats to Amy Lamoin, Head of Advocacy for UNICEF Australia.
Emma McDonald interviews AIME program manager Nada Aldobasic about Indigenous education in Australia.
Right Now Editor Hector Sharp chats to Professor Steven Freeland about Space Law and human rights education.