Dyson Hore-Lacy on Sport & Human Rights – Thursday Podcast

By Right Now Radio
Photo of the Fitroy Cricket Ground Grandstand - home of the Fitzroy Football Club

Dyson Hore-Lacy SC is a leading human rights barrister and an AFL aficionado. In this interview for Right Now Radio, he speaks about the intersection between human rights and AFL and the role of each in the other. From the Olympics, to Fitzroy Football Club to Lance Armstrong, Dyson discuss the way sport, culture and rights can support and undermine one another.

Listen to the interview with Dyson Hore-Lacy here.

Listen to the full podcast from April, which includes interviews with Human Rights Arts and Film Festival director Ella McNeill, and Melbourne Street Artist Ero.

 

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