Right Now Radio’s Evelyn Tadros looks at human rights projects and events coming up, particularly focusing on those that give voice to those marginalised, disadvantaged or vulnerable.
Right Now Radio spoke to Antony Loewenstein about his new book, Profits of Doom.
This month’s Right Now Radio episode interviews “Profits of Doom” author Antony Lowenstein and launches a new segment, the “Gist of It.”
Maya Borom reviews No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka for Right Now Radio.
Right Now Radio’s Ben Schokman and Rachel Ball discuss the legality of the PNG asylum seeker deal, and chat to the Human Rights Law Centre’s Tom Clarke about West Papua.
Right Now Essay Series author Tony Birch speaks about writing from the margins, homelessness and storytelling as advocacy.
In this month’s Right Now Radio, arts reporter Evelyn Tadros talks to Melbourne International Film Festival programmer Al Cossar about his human rights picks for the festival.
This month’s Right Now Radio episode is jam-packed with human rights picks for the Melbourne International Film Festival, the importance of story-telling in human rights advocacy and the latest on PNG & West Papua.
On this month’s Right Now Radio podcast, Ben Schokman and Rachel Ball speak with Evelyn Tadros to get the low down on the enormously successful Human Rights Arts and Film Festival, and Rachel speaks with Gerard Brody about the “Do Not Knock” campaign started by the Consumer Action Law Centre. As usual, Ben and Rachel […]
Imagine if doctors started spreading rumours that your hair, your blood or your body parts would bring them mystical power and wealth, simply due to the colour of your skin. Sound like a horror film? Well in Tanzania, some witch doctors are perpetuating this very myth about albinos which has resulted in people killing or […]
Interview with the makers of Silent Night Right Now Radio interviews filmmaker, Lucy Hayes and actress, Laura Wheelwright (Animal Kingdom, Underground: The Julian Assange Story) about their short film Silent Night which is screening at the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival as part of its Australian Shorts session. Listen to the interview with Lucy […]
Right Now Radio chats to Melbourne-based street artist, Ero, about his recent art project which saw him spend 9 months without a place to call “home”. Listen Listen to the interview with Ero. Listen to the full podcast from April, which includes interviews with filmmaker, Lucy Hayes and actress, Laura Wheelwright, and HRAFF Director Ella […]