The QUO - Power & Policy
Interview with Julie McCrossin
08 September 2017
South Sydney Uniting Church, Raglan Street, Waterloo NSW, Australia
Australian media personality and LGBTQIA+ advocate Julie McCrossin reminds us that we must be aware of the prejudices and discriminatory attitudes that exist amongst all of us; no matter how we identify ourselves.
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State of insecurity
29 August 2017
Australia
Divya examines the recent history of the LGBT+ legal reform in Australia, and its precarious future.
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Samantha Nixon
23 August 2017
Institute for Molecular Bioscience, Carmody Road, Saint Lucia QLD, Australia
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Samantha Nixon, PhD candidate at the Institute of Molecular Bioscience, talks about spider venoms as treatments for parasitic diseases in plain English.
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Nathalie Farah
21 July 2017
Brisbane QLD, Australia
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Nathalie Farah, a Bachelor of Advanced Sciences student at the University of Queensland, talks all things chemistry in plain English.
Hands Up or Hands Out?
21 July 2017
Australia
Are there actually benefits of Westerners volunteering in developing countries, or are they just damaging to the local community?
11 Candles in Jail
21 July 2017
Divya questions the viability of a youth justice system that criminalises children from a disturbingly young age, and seems to have lost sight of its purpose.
Lives In Limbo: The Impact Of The 457 Visa Changes
14 July 2017
Australia
“Why did I want to be here for two years, to pay taxes, to work, to put all my effort here? We’re bringing kids, we’re living our life, and then we need to leave. To go where? And start what?” Joanna investigates the human impact of the recent changes to the 457 visa.
A Violent Solution To The Housing Crisis
16 June 2017
Newtown NSW, Australia
Housing affordability on your mind? Filmmaker Laurence Rosier Staines' 2016 mockumentary Real Estate might just have a solution.
A Woman Reimagining the Limits of Science: Josephine Dias
14 June 2017
Brisbane QLD, Australia
We all know that STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine) fields remain dominated by men, particularly in the higher levels of academia. Josephine Dias, a PhD student at the University of Queensland, talks all things quantum communication in plain English.
The Many Faces of Ableism
13 June 2017
Sydney NSW, Australia
How can able-bodied Australians call out ableism when some of us do not really understand what it means? Monique explains the many guises of this insidious and often invisible form of discrimination, and asks us all to actively challenge our able-centric conditioning.
The Pro-life Feminist: A contradiction in terms?
16 May 2017
Australia
Divya explains why she considers a pro-life stance incompatible with modern feminism.

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