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I created OZgirl Politics to increase women's participation in grassroots Australian politics and help new citizens navigate the same. Each episode, I will be taking on hard topics and simplifying them so that you can make better, informed political decisions and become politically active. My podcast is not intended to promote any political party but rather facilitate a vibrant sharing of knowledge and encourage political discourse among women. Ozgirl Politics will officially launch episodes ...
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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It's an Invasion Day episode this week, we have a couple of other stories up top but most of the show will be discussing the ongoing colonial genocide that's happening in so-called Australia. Entree/Positivity Corner: Refugees are released from the Park Hotel prison on bridging visas Potluck: We get a correction of our coronavirus vaccine discussio…
 
This week on Auspol Snackpod we are serving up... Entree: Job Service Providers are messed up and punish people for being on Jobseeker Coronas: Two competing COVID vaccines and herd immunity Aliens in the USA: Aliens in the USA? SPOTW: Go check out the artist @artfuldolebludger for their pigeon / white supremacy image Fashy Australia: Michael McCor…
 
Its our first ep back for 2021 and... it's certainly been a dramatic start to the year. We catch up on what's been happening over the last month, with the Coronavirus, the National Anthem, and the refugees and asylum seekers in Melbourne being moved. And, yes, unfortunately, we discuss some American politics too, and the awful response from our gov…
 
Join Noon, Travis, Jo & Leah, a ragtag assembly of deep cover agents from the podcasting underground. They emerge blinking like naked mole people into the sunlight to bring you a round-up of this year of our lord, the cursed 2020. That’s right folks, they’re here not to save the world, but to bring you MegaPod. These four highly virile brain genius…
 
2020 has been a rough year but there's one thing that has helped each and every one of us through it: the memes. So we're serving you up a month by month recap of the memes of 2020. Strap yourself in for stale jokes, a hilarious birthday cake, quality threads, splitting the left, and more. Also we wanted to issue a correction for last week's episod…
 
Looking back at the year, Katharine Murphy sits down with Labor MP Andrew Giles and Liberal MP Fiona Martin to discuss Australia’s other epidemic: loneliness. With coronavirus exacerbating the country’s feelings of isolation, which age groups have been hit hardest? How has social media use increased loneliness among young people? And what measures …
 
It's the end of Parliament for the year, which means its shenanigan central in the nation's capital. We read so many dang reports this week, on electoral reform, industrial relations, the destruction of Juukan Gorge, the Christchurch shooter... we even have some non-report based news! For mains we're looking at the Indue Cashless Racist Card, plus …
 
On the last sitting day of parliament, politics editor Katharine Murphy and political reporter Paul Karp talk to Labor MP Tony Burke about the government’s omnibus industrial relations bill. With unions concerned the provision will cut pay and conditions, Burke discusses how the Morrison government’s gagging of parliamentary debate is putting worke…
 
Just when we thought this federal government couldn't get any more evil, it goes out and tries to legislate the Indue card into permanance, enlists three debt recovery companies to chase down welfare recipients and creates workplace conditions that will be even worse than the WorkChoices policies that were too extreme for John Howard to introduce w…
 
Every week there's just too much damn news! This week we're serving up a smorgasbord of stories - several cool union actions, G̶a̶b̶b̶o̶ Gobbo is coming, an update on the Djab Wurrung hearings, the NSW Liberals' total incompetence, and of course, plenty of hot takes and memes. Support the show: www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod Read Michael McGowan's …
 
Katharine Murphy talks to MP Anne Webster after her defamation case against conspiracy theorist Karen Brewer. Webster intends to bring forward legislation that would force Facebook and other platforms to assume editorial responsibility for the content they publish, in an effort to combat proliferating misinformation. How would the legislation work?…
 
We have a fun episode for you this week, with back to back memes, blurst takes, and even blurster takes. We chow down on journalistic integrity, the impossible contradictions of liberalism, Matthias Cormann's bid for the top job at the OECD and plenty of other news. Support the show financially: www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod…
 
This week politics editor Katharine Murphy talks to Victorian frontbencher Clare O’Neil about Labor’s vision for Australia’s workforce. With mounting issues including low wage growth, the gig economy and underpayment, how can the government change policy direction during Covid? What sweeping changes are needed to improve innovation, immigration and…
 
Mr Morrison went to Tokyo and returned empty-handed. But the 24-hour trip was never about Japan, it was all about continuing to avoid scrutiny and land the Prime Minister into a two-week quarantine at the Lodge – just enough to avoid the final Question Time of the year. Very convenient. And, of course, two weeks with the official photographer, read…
 
You know how we said we would be "back" to our "usual format"... well, we have good news and bad news on that front. The bad news is, we're not! The good news is, Zac did an excellent interview with activist and academic David Kelly from the Save Public Housing Collective. Apart from the interview this is a reasonably heavy episode. We have some tr…
 
We promise we're usually a weekly comedy news round-up show! But Zac's away this week and we hit our patreon goal of 75 patrons, which means we have this extra special Book Report episode for you all! Noon has ready (a significant portion of) the Minister for Government Services and the NDIS, Stuart Robert's book, "In the Footsteps of Jesus". We tr…
 
While the Coalition has been delaying introducing its own federal anti-corruption bill, the independent member for Indi, Helen Haines, has drafted her own bill. Katharine Murphy speaks to her about the differences between the two bills as well as what the culture is like in parliament for women.Di The Guardian
 
The 2020 US Election has brought in a new President (we think) and the key question will be how an incoming Democrats administration will affect political behaviour in Australia and whether the Morrison government feels the need to do anything at all on climate change. Or change its economic philosophy. Or even feel the need to be more truthful wit…
 
This week we have another special guest interview, Lia from Slutwalk Melbourne and the Loud Angry and Not Sorry Podcast! She’s on the show to talk about Slutwalk, where it came from, what its aims are, and what this year’s events will look like given the whole, y’know, global plague. We also have our regular show with hot takes, cooked politicians,…
 
This episode we spoke to Lidia Thorpe, Federal Greens Senator for Victoria. With so much going on this week with the Djab Wurrung Embassy, we wanted to ask Lidia about her experience on the ground when the police cleared the camps and tore down the Directions Tree. We also got to hear her thoughts about Treaty, Indigenous deaths in custody, and how…
 
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