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Just Words is an investigative series by 2SER 107.3FM, where we go behind the hype and headlines of our race laws and get the true stories from those who have used the Racial Discrimination Act and those that have had it used against them. Section 18C is the part of the Racial Discrimination Act that makes it illegal to offend, insult, humiliate or intimidate someone because of their race. So will removing 18C really give people the right to be bigots?An original 2SER podcast launches Monday 27th February 2017. The seven part series is hosted by Nic Healey. New episodes are released each week.

Latest Episodes

Introducing Uniform- A new season of All Things Equal

Missing your Just Words fix? We've got something else to fill your podcast app. Introducing a new season of All Things Equal. This series will take you into the school yard and beyond, where kids learn that things aren't always fair. Through the stories of real students and staff, Uniform will change the way you think about education; because when it comes to learning, one size does not fit all. Subscribe to All Things Equal in your favourite podcast app, or listen to the show here: https://www.whooshkaa.com/shows/after-metoo-stories-of-social-change

53 sMAY 9
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Introducing Uniform- A new season of All Things Equal

Just Words - The Live Event - sponsored by Audiocraft

A few weeks ago we broke out of the 2ser studios and headed down the road to our friends at 107 projects in Redfern, Sydney for the Just Words live event, sponsored by Audiocraft. We were overwhelmed when more than 100 of you turned up to sit in the dark and listen to us make a podcast as we put 18C on trial for 'murdering' free speech. In our very last episode of Just Wordsyou will hear some familiar voices and some that are brand new to the series. Thank you if you came along and for those of you just catching up now, you are in for a treat! As the event was recorded live the sound is not as crisp as we usually like it, but we hope you feel like you are in the room.

69 MIN2017 JUN 16
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Just Words - The Live Event - sponsored by Audiocraft

Special live guest Jeremy Jones CONFIRMED: Audiocraft present a 2SER Just Words live listening event - Thursday 18th May 7pm

To celebrate the success ofJust Words,2SER 107.3has teamed up withAudiocraftto present a live listening event at107 ProjectsthisThursday May 18th We are excited to announce that we will be joined on the night by special live guestJeremy Jones,Director of International & Community Affairs at the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC). Jones is no stranger to 18C - in fact,he has filed the most cases under the Racial Discrimination Act in Australia, using 18C to protect the Jewish community against anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial. Join the 2SER team as we record the final episode ofJust Wordslive on stage, andput 18C on trial one last time, to determine if our race hate laws really did murder free speech. DETAILS Event:Audiocraft Presents: 2SER 107.3's Just Words Date:Thursday 18th May, 7pm Venue:107 Projects (107 Redfern St, Redfern 2016) Tickets:available onlineor at the door Join the event on Facebook

43 s2017 MAY 12
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Special live guest Jeremy Jones CONFIRMED: Audiocraft present a 2SER Just Words live listening event - Thursday 18th May 7pm

You are invited: Join the 2SER team for a LIVE recording of Just Words - sponsored by Audiocraft

Audiocraft Presents: 2SER's Just Words To celebrate the success of 2SER's first ever investigative podcast series Just Words, Audiocraft are teaming up with Sydney community radio station 2SER 107.3 for a live listening event. Just Words goes beyond the hype and headlines of Australia's racial discrimination laws. Watch the 2SER team record their final episode, live at 107 Projects as they put 18C on trial and determine if our race hate laws really did murder free speech. Doors open at 7pm, show starts 7.15pm. On Thursday 18 May 2017 LOCATION107 Projects 107 Redfern Street, Redfern, NSW 2016 CONTACT DETAILSAmy Willing: amy@107.org.au TICKETS$12 Concession $15 FULL BOOK NOW: HTTPS://WWW.TRYBOOKING.COM/BOOK/EVENT?EID=275956

45 s2017 APR 20
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You are invited: Join the 2SER team for a LIVE recording of Just Words - sponsored by Audiocraft

White Bigot Fence

A low lying fence and a prejudicedneighbour see years of racial slurs raindown on an Aboriginal family. So how does 18C help to end racial abuse for everyday Australians?In 2SER's last episode of Just Words, we look at alittle known 18C case that plays out in the front yards of a suburban street in Western Australia.

36 MIN2017 APR 12
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White Bigot Fence

Angry White Men

This is the story of what happens when a free speech advocate attempts to use 18C to restrict what another person can say. In August 2016, Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelmwas interviewed on the ABC's Insiders where he saidoffence is always taken, not given and if you don't want to be offended by something that is up to you. Fairfax journalist Mark Kennyhappened to be watching that very interview and decided to test Leyonhjelm's proposition to the fullest. The result was a colourful 18C case that showed just how the law is working.

27 MIN2017 APR 12
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Angry White Men

Podcast EXTRA - Senator David Leyonhjelm on 18C - 'offence is taken and not given'

On March 30, a late-night debate in the Senate saw the Government's attempt to change section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act reachdefeat, after an alliance by Labor, Greens, Nick Xenophon's team and Jacqui Lambie, voted down the proposed changes - 31 to 28. This means that the plan to remove 'offend, insult or humiliate" from section 18C and replace it with the term "harass" will no longer go ahead. Although we do expect to see some changes to the processes of the Human Rights Commission. Just Words producer Myles Houlbrook-Walk spoke to Senator David Leyonhjelm on March 21, a week prior to the bills defeat.

15 MIN2017 MAR 31
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Podcast EXTRA - Senator David Leyonhjelm on 18C - 'offence is taken and not given'

Podcast EXTRA - Will the reforms to 18C capture Holocaust deniers?

Just Words spoke to 18C plaintiff Jeremy Jones, whohas used racial hatred laws to fight anti-Semitism since the sectionwas introduced over20 years ago. Jones is concerned that the proposed draft laws will open the flood gates when it comes to racist speech. He says the Coalition Government's plan to remove 'offend, insult and humiliate' and replace it with the term 'harass', as well as to more narrowly define the term 'intimidate' is a sign of 'immoral' leadership. Will the proposed changes to 18Cstill capture the concept of Holocaust denial? Just Words producer Anthony Dockrill spoke to Jeremy Jones, Director at the Australian Israel and Jewish Affairs Council on Wednesday 22 March, the day after Malcolm Turnbull flagged changes to Australia'srace hate laws.

25 MIN2017 MAR 30
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Podcast EXTRA - Will the reforms to 18C capture Holocaust deniers?

Podcast EXTRA - Changes to 18C?

On March 21, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced a potential watering down of the controversial Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. Under the proposal the words "offend, insult, humiliate" will be replaced by "harass". The reforms were debated in the Senate on Tuesday, but little attention has been given to proposed procedural changes to the AustralianHuman Rights Commission, which will not only apply to 18C complaints but allcomplaints of discrimination handled by theCommission, including, sex, age, disability andrace. Experts say this could make it more difficult for vulnerable members of the communityto make complaints of vilification and discrimination. Just Words host Nic Healey spoke to Luke McNamara,Professor of Law from the University of New South Walesabout the proposed 18C reforms and what they couldreally mean. Just Words Podcast Extra produced by Emma Lancaster

20 MIN2017 MAR 28
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Podcast EXTRA - Changes to 18C?

Prior v QUT

It's a case that asks more questions than it answers. In 2013, three non-Indigenous students walked into an Indigenous computer lab. What happened next nobody could have predicted. The court documents tell you that the case was Cynthia Prior against the Queensland University of Technology and three students. But the media conducted their own trial, and put the Human Rights Commission on the stand.

44 MIN2017 MAR 22
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Prior v QUT

Latest Episodes

Introducing Uniform- A new season of All Things Equal

Missing your Just Words fix? We've got something else to fill your podcast app. Introducing a new season of All Things Equal. This series will take you into the school yard and beyond, where kids learn that things aren't always fair. Through the stories of real students and staff, Uniform will change the way you think about education; because when it comes to learning, one size does not fit all. Subscribe to All Things Equal in your favourite podcast app, or listen to the show here: https://www.whooshkaa.com/shows/after-metoo-stories-of-social-change

53 sMAY 9
Comments
Introducing Uniform- A new season of All Things Equal

Just Words - The Live Event - sponsored by Audiocraft

A few weeks ago we broke out of the 2ser studios and headed down the road to our friends at 107 projects in Redfern, Sydney for the Just Words live event, sponsored by Audiocraft. We were overwhelmed when more than 100 of you turned up to sit in the dark and listen to us make a podcast as we put 18C on trial for 'murdering' free speech. In our very last episode of Just Wordsyou will hear some familiar voices and some that are brand new to the series. Thank you if you came along and for those of you just catching up now, you are in for a treat! As the event was recorded live the sound is not as crisp as we usually like it, but we hope you feel like you are in the room.

69 MIN2017 JUN 16
Comments
Just Words - The Live Event - sponsored by Audiocraft

Special live guest Jeremy Jones CONFIRMED: Audiocraft present a 2SER Just Words live listening event - Thursday 18th May 7pm

To celebrate the success ofJust Words,2SER 107.3has teamed up withAudiocraftto present a live listening event at107 ProjectsthisThursday May 18th We are excited to announce that we will be joined on the night by special live guestJeremy Jones,Director of International & Community Affairs at the Australia/Israel & Jewish Affairs Council (AIJAC). Jones is no stranger to 18C - in fact,he has filed the most cases under the Racial Discrimination Act in Australia, using 18C to protect the Jewish community against anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial. Join the 2SER team as we record the final episode ofJust Wordslive on stage, andput 18C on trial one last time, to determine if our race hate laws really did murder free speech. DETAILS Event:Audiocraft Presents: 2SER 107.3's Just Words Date:Thursday 18th May, 7pm Venue:107 Projects (107 Redfern St, Redfern 2016) Tickets:available onlineor at the door Join the event on Facebook

43 s2017 MAY 12
Comments
Special live guest Jeremy Jones CONFIRMED: Audiocraft present a 2SER Just Words live listening event - Thursday 18th May 7pm

You are invited: Join the 2SER team for a LIVE recording of Just Words - sponsored by Audiocraft

Audiocraft Presents: 2SER's Just Words To celebrate the success of 2SER's first ever investigative podcast series Just Words, Audiocraft are teaming up with Sydney community radio station 2SER 107.3 for a live listening event. Just Words goes beyond the hype and headlines of Australia's racial discrimination laws. Watch the 2SER team record their final episode, live at 107 Projects as they put 18C on trial and determine if our race hate laws really did murder free speech. Doors open at 7pm, show starts 7.15pm. On Thursday 18 May 2017 LOCATION107 Projects 107 Redfern Street, Redfern, NSW 2016 CONTACT DETAILSAmy Willing: amy@107.org.au TICKETS$12 Concession $15 FULL BOOK NOW: HTTPS://WWW.TRYBOOKING.COM/BOOK/EVENT?EID=275956

45 s2017 APR 20
Comments
You are invited: Join the 2SER team for a LIVE recording of Just Words - sponsored by Audiocraft

White Bigot Fence

A low lying fence and a prejudicedneighbour see years of racial slurs raindown on an Aboriginal family. So how does 18C help to end racial abuse for everyday Australians?In 2SER's last episode of Just Words, we look at alittle known 18C case that plays out in the front yards of a suburban street in Western Australia.

36 MIN2017 APR 12
Comments
White Bigot Fence

Angry White Men

This is the story of what happens when a free speech advocate attempts to use 18C to restrict what another person can say. In August 2016, Liberal Democrat David Leyonhjelmwas interviewed on the ABC's Insiders where he saidoffence is always taken, not given and if you don't want to be offended by something that is up to you. Fairfax journalist Mark Kennyhappened to be watching that very interview and decided to test Leyonhjelm's proposition to the fullest. The result was a colourful 18C case that showed just how the law is working.

27 MIN2017 APR 12
Comments
Angry White Men

Podcast EXTRA - Senator David Leyonhjelm on 18C - 'offence is taken and not given'

On March 30, a late-night debate in the Senate saw the Government's attempt to change section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act reachdefeat, after an alliance by Labor, Greens, Nick Xenophon's team and Jacqui Lambie, voted down the proposed changes - 31 to 28. This means that the plan to remove 'offend, insult or humiliate" from section 18C and replace it with the term "harass" will no longer go ahead. Although we do expect to see some changes to the processes of the Human Rights Commission. Just Words producer Myles Houlbrook-Walk spoke to Senator David Leyonhjelm on March 21, a week prior to the bills defeat.

15 MIN2017 MAR 31
Comments
Podcast EXTRA - Senator David Leyonhjelm on 18C - 'offence is taken and not given'

Podcast EXTRA - Will the reforms to 18C capture Holocaust deniers?

Just Words spoke to 18C plaintiff Jeremy Jones, whohas used racial hatred laws to fight anti-Semitism since the sectionwas introduced over20 years ago. Jones is concerned that the proposed draft laws will open the flood gates when it comes to racist speech. He says the Coalition Government's plan to remove 'offend, insult and humiliate' and replace it with the term 'harass', as well as to more narrowly define the term 'intimidate' is a sign of 'immoral' leadership. Will the proposed changes to 18Cstill capture the concept of Holocaust denial? Just Words producer Anthony Dockrill spoke to Jeremy Jones, Director at the Australian Israel and Jewish Affairs Council on Wednesday 22 March, the day after Malcolm Turnbull flagged changes to Australia'srace hate laws.

25 MIN2017 MAR 30
Comments
Podcast EXTRA - Will the reforms to 18C capture Holocaust deniers?

Podcast EXTRA - Changes to 18C?

On March 21, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced a potential watering down of the controversial Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act. Under the proposal the words "offend, insult, humiliate" will be replaced by "harass". The reforms were debated in the Senate on Tuesday, but little attention has been given to proposed procedural changes to the AustralianHuman Rights Commission, which will not only apply to 18C complaints but allcomplaints of discrimination handled by theCommission, including, sex, age, disability andrace. Experts say this could make it more difficult for vulnerable members of the communityto make complaints of vilification and discrimination. Just Words host Nic Healey spoke to Luke McNamara,Professor of Law from the University of New South Walesabout the proposed 18C reforms and what they couldreally mean. Just Words Podcast Extra produced by Emma Lancaster

20 MIN2017 MAR 28
Comments
Podcast EXTRA - Changes to 18C?

Prior v QUT

It's a case that asks more questions than it answers. In 2013, three non-Indigenous students walked into an Indigenous computer lab. What happened next nobody could have predicted. The court documents tell you that the case was Cynthia Prior against the Queensland University of Technology and three students. But the media conducted their own trial, and put the Human Rights Commission on the stand.

44 MIN2017 MAR 22
Comments
Prior v QUT
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