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    Clare O'Neil on growth, fairness and power

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    • 08 March 2018
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    The persistent gap between the rich and the poor has left many people disillusioned about how the economy and governments function. What does growth mean under these circumstances? Is it still useful to talk about a working class? In this interview Labor MP Clare O'Neil takes on these questions and the policy questions they bear.

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    Tim Lo Surdo: 'the broken rules that screw us all'

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    • 21 February 2018

    All around the world, young people are taking things into their own hands, pressing for gun control in the US, suing polluters over climate change, and resisting neocolonial narratives. In Australia, 23-year old Tim Lo Surdo is doing what he can to contest the power structures that are reinforced through racism.

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    Eva Cox on macho economics and the feminist lens

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    • 07 February 2018
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    In many ways, feminism has pushed the boundaries of where and how women participate in the economy. But there is a deepening sense that this has not been enough. So what got missed? Prominent academic and feminist Eva Cox discusses the impact of neoliberalism on women, and why the social lens is more critical than ever. 

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    Francis Sullivan on the Royal Commission aftermath

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    • 24 January 2018
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    The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has concluded. What lies ahead now for the Catholic Church? Francis Sullivan, CEO of the Truth Justice and Healing Council, talks about what the process has been like, and the unease among ordinary Catholics that church leaders still don't get it.

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    Eureka: Reclaiming the Southern Cross

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    • 06 December 2017

    Dr Anne Beggs-Sunter is a historian and academic specialising in the history of Ballarat. She takes us through the 1854 miners' rebellion, where the Eureka flag was first raised. What do people miss about this story? Can the Eureka Stockade be retold in an inclusive way?

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    Jack Latimore on Black Lives Matter, activism and solidarity

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    • 22 November 2017

    Jack Latimore is a Goori journalist and researcher, who is invested in the full participation of all people in political and cultural decision-making. In this episode, he reflects on the Black Lives Matter model, some of the positive things taking shape in Australia, and the work that still needs to be done.

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    Benjamin Oh on being Catholic, Asian and gay

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    • 31 October 2017

    'Throughout this process I don't know how many times I've broken down crying, together with my partner.' ChatterSquare catches up with Benjamin Oh - co-chair of Equal Voices, a national LGBTI-affirming ecumenical organisation - as the marriage law postal survey in Australia closes.

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    Eureka Street presents: Dissent Within

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    • 18 October 2017

    How are we to engage with views that we disagree with, when they are held by groups that we are part of or that are part of us? In this special episode of ChatterSquare, we present 'Dissent Within', the Eureka Street panel at the 2017 Melbourne Writers Festival.

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    Andrew Zammit on sensible ways to think about terrorism

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    • 15 August 2017

    Is there a way to think about terrorism without politics? Do counter-terrorism responses make us safer? What are sensible ways to sift through news reports about acts of terror? Andrew Zammit takes us through these and other questions. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne and has worked on terrorism-related research projects at Monash University and Victoria University.

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    Massimo Faggioli on the dimensions of Catholic political culture

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    • 08 August 2017
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    Dr Massimo Faggioli is a prominent Catholic historian and theology professor at Villanova University in Philadelphia. He shares insight into the conservative responses to Pope Francis, the papal shift toward a less abstract understanding of being Catholic, and the political binaries within the US Catholic Church. He also explains why Vatican II is not just unfinished business but an orientation and method for doing things.

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    ChatterSquare: Kate Galloway on lawyers in a tech-driven world

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    • 01 August 2017

    What are the implications for the legal profession as blockchain technologies, smart contracts and apps shift our approach to matters of law? Where do lawyers fit into algorithm-driven decisions and digital access to information? Kate Galloway discusses how tech is disrupting the way we think about lawyering, and the ethical problems it poses. 

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    ChatterSquare: Greg Foyster on conservative arguments for climate action

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    • 25 July 2017

    Climate change continues to be politically charged in Australia, even as other countries ramp up their renewable energy investments. It raises questions around salesmanship. Evidence and expertise seem to only be part of the argument for action – so how can we build momentum? Do conservatives in fact have a role? Greg Foyster walks us through the language and approaches that have fallen short, and the conservative arguments that could potentially lead to breakthroughs.

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