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    US electoral process is deeply broken

    • Zac Davis
    • 02 November 2018
    2 Comments

    To posit that the results of an election come down to who shows up at the polls is to admit America's civic life is broken. Moreover, analysis from the perspective of turnout overemphasises the will and passions of voters and ignores the structural flaws embedded in our electoral process.

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    Conversations Catholics need to have

    • Podcast
    • 06 September 2018
    4 Comments

    What does it take to grow in conversation, even and perhaps especially in difficult conversation? Can contemporary Christianity get past the moralism and step into areas of pain? In this final episode for the second season, theologian Fr Timothy Radcliffe discusses questions about Catholic identity, education and democracy.

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    Na'ama Carlin on dissonant universities

    • Podcast
    • 09 August 2018
    1 Comment

    Who or what are universities for? Are they meant to form citizens or workers? What happens when universities turn to a more corporate model? Dr Na'ama Carlin reflects on these and other questions. She is a sociologist, writer, and a casual academic, an experience that raises pressing issues about the way universities operate.

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    Faulty memories and cultural institutions

    • Podcast
    • 26 July 2018
    1 Comment

    How do we make sure galleries, libraries, archives and museums are truly inclusive in the stories they tell? Nathan 'Mudyi' Sentance grew up on Darkinjung country in New South Wales. He works to ensure that First Nations stories are being told and controlled by First Nations people.

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    The evangelical factor in Latin American politics

    • Podcast
    • 12 July 2018

    Academic and journalist Antonio Castillo is a close observer of political tensions in Latin America. He joins us today to talk about the rise of evangelical movements in the region. Why did these groups become so popular? What makes them such a political factor? And what does it mean for them to be politically engaged, in a time when people are looking for alternatives?

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    Women are critical to the future of the Church

    • Podcast
    • 28 June 2018
    3 Comments

    Women were prominent members of the earliest Christian communities, and, history is replete with Catholic women whose model of service and leadership set a standard for how Catholics engage with the world. So why aren't they as familiar to us as other workers? And what can the Church learn from modern women?

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  • INTERNATIONAL

    US must find its moral voice after 'baby jails'

    • Zac Davis
    • 28 June 2018
    5 Comments

    Even if all of the families that have been coldly, clinically, 'legally' torn apart can be reunited, much of the damage done is likely irreparable. Social workers and scientists have spoken out on the permanent damage inflicted on children separated from their parents. But who will speak on the scar left on the national conscience?

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    Christine Carolan on curbing modern slavery

    • Podcast
    • 14 June 2018

    What does modern slavery look like? What facilitates it? What can be done to protect human beings from such exploitation? In this episode, we talk to the national executive officer of Australian Catholic Religious against Trafficking in Humans (ACRATH). Christine Carolan.

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    Uluru Statement and a people's movement

    • Podcast
    • 26 May 2018

    Thomas Mayor, a Torres Strait Islander and the NT branch secretary of Maritime Union Australia, has been bringing the Uluru Statement to different communities. He talks about what the past year has been like and what he thinks it's going to take make the vision at Uluru a reality.

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    Jesus as female divine

    • Podcast
    • 17 May 2018
    3 Comments

    In Hebrew traditions and in the Old Testament, the personification of wisdom was always that of a woman, known as Sophia. This carried to early Christian texts in which Jesus was held as female divine. Uniting Church minister Rev. Dr Sally Douglas talks about the qualities that made Jesus compatible with Woman Wisdom.

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    Luke Ablett on detoxifying masculinity

    • Podcast
    • 03 May 2018
    3 Comments

    How does sport elevate and constrain our understanding of what it is to be a man? Luke Ablett is a former professional football player, who played for the Sydney Swans from 2002 to 2009. In this episode, he talks about what led him to advocate for gender equality, and the questions raised by toxic masculinity.

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    The indispensable right to water

    • Podcast
    • 19 April 2018

    Water is an indispensable resource, but also the site of many injustices. In this episode we talk to Dr Cristy Clark, whose research on water rights in places like Manila, Michigan and Soweto, shows the effects of a distorted view of water.

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