Victorian Police Museum public program curator Kate Spinks introduces us to life in the 1960s and suggests there is much to learn from looking at the past.
“I reckon ASIO has got a file on me mile high, I’ve been to that many protests,” laughs Barbara, lead campaigner for Grandmothers against the Detention of Refugee Children.
Labor MP and federal minister for Calwell, Maria Vamvakinou offers an honest appraisal of refugee and asylum seeker policy saying both parties are to blame for making the issue “political.”
Jason Tuazon-McCheyne will vehemently deny he is a politician, but having founded his own political party, if his vision becomes reality he will become one.
No longer does mindfulness belong to spiritual realm, it is entering into boardrooms and is on the lips of hot shot executives.
Verity converted to Islam 10 years ago and is one of 476,300 Australian Muslims who negotiate dual identities of being both Australian and Muslim.
Sivan Barak is an Australian-Israeli Jew turned pro-Palestinian human rights activist.
The story of a retired educator from Brisbane who joined with hundreds of others in taking peaceful direct action at the Leard Forest Blockade to prevent the construction of the Maules Creek Coal Mine.
Cr Mayor Mary Lalios speaks of her three terms as City of Whittlesea mayor thus far.
In early May 2014, GetUp held a snap action against funding cut threats.