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An ongoing conversation about equality in society, from the Melbourne Social Equity Institute at the University of Melbourne.

Latest Episodes

08 - Louise Harms And Rhonda Abotomey - Exploring Post-traumatic Growth

After years of dealing with the stress of losing family in a major bushfire, Rhonda Abotomey met Louise Harms for a coffee to talk about Post-traumatic Growth. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineered by Gavin Nebauer.

13 min2015 NOV 18
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08 - Louise Harms And Rhonda Abotomey - Exploring Post-traumatic Growth

07 - Jenny Phillimore - Engaging Communities In Research

Jenny Phillimore is Professor of Migration and Superdiversity and the Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham. Her work encourages bringing community members into research and training them with the skills necessary to participate. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

13 min2015 OCT 14
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07 - Jenny Phillimore - Engaging Communities In Research

06 - Savitri Taylor - Our Legal Obligations To Asylum Seekers

Savitri Taylor is Associate Professor in the La Trobe Law School, where her research focusses on refugee law and policy. In this episode she outlines our obligations as a nation toward asylum seekers and refugees, and what it means when we don't fulfil them. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

16 min2015 SEP 1
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06 - Savitri Taylor - Our Legal Obligations To Asylum Seekers

05 - Anne Hampshire - Encouraging a love of maths in early childhood

The Smith Family have been working with disadvantaged communities in Australia for almost a century. Anne Hampshire, head of Research and Advocacy, joins us this week to discuss the inequities of early childhood education and the Let's Count program that is trying to overcome them. In conversation with Julie McLeod. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

25 min2015 AUG 11
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05 - Anne Hampshire - Encouraging a love of maths in early childhood

04 - Stefan Sjöström - Compulsory treatment in Sweden

Dr Stefan Sjöström (Umeå University) is a sociologist and mental healthcare expert who has been looking at the use of compulsory treatment orders in Sweden since their formal introduction in 2008. How does the Swedish example compare to Victoria? In conversation with Bernadette McSherry.

15 min2015 AUG 4
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04 - Stefan Sjöström - Compulsory treatment in Sweden

03 Kelsey Hegarty And Cathy Humphreys - Ending Violence Against Women And Children

Kelsey Hegarty and Cathy Humphreys lead the University of Melbourne's new Research Alliance for Ending Violence Against Women and Children. In this episode they define abuse and identify key strategies for ending it. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

27 min2015 JUL 7
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03 Kelsey Hegarty And Cathy Humphreys - Ending Violence Against Women And Children

02 Carolyn Whitzman And Alexander Sheko - Affordable Housing In Melbourne

Professor Carolyn Whitzman and Alexander Sheko have been thinking about housing affordability in Australia for a long time. Drawing on international best practice and the expertise of government, developers and social housing providers they're coming up with options for Melbourne. In conversation with Gary Dickson.

33 min2015 JUN 23
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02 Carolyn Whitzman And Alexander Sheko - Affordable Housing In Melbourne

01 Lisa Waddington – Disability Discrimination Law

When Lisa Waddington began her PhD in European disability discrimination law, it was an entirely theoretical field. Now she holds the chair European Disability Forum Chair at Maastricht University. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer. Music by Gillicuddy.

17 min2015 JUN 9
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01 Lisa Waddington – Disability Discrimination Law
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Latest Episodes

08 - Louise Harms And Rhonda Abotomey - Exploring Post-traumatic Growth

After years of dealing with the stress of losing family in a major bushfire, Rhonda Abotomey met Louise Harms for a coffee to talk about Post-traumatic Growth. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineered by Gavin Nebauer.

13 min2015 NOV 18
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08 - Louise Harms And Rhonda Abotomey - Exploring Post-traumatic Growth

07 - Jenny Phillimore - Engaging Communities In Research

Jenny Phillimore is Professor of Migration and Superdiversity and the Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS) at the University of Birmingham. Her work encourages bringing community members into research and training them with the skills necessary to participate. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

13 min2015 OCT 14
Comments
07 - Jenny Phillimore - Engaging Communities In Research

06 - Savitri Taylor - Our Legal Obligations To Asylum Seekers

Savitri Taylor is Associate Professor in the La Trobe Law School, where her research focusses on refugee law and policy. In this episode she outlines our obligations as a nation toward asylum seekers and refugees, and what it means when we don't fulfil them. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

16 min2015 SEP 1
Comments
06 - Savitri Taylor - Our Legal Obligations To Asylum Seekers

05 - Anne Hampshire - Encouraging a love of maths in early childhood

The Smith Family have been working with disadvantaged communities in Australia for almost a century. Anne Hampshire, head of Research and Advocacy, joins us this week to discuss the inequities of early childhood education and the Let's Count program that is trying to overcome them. In conversation with Julie McLeod. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

25 min2015 AUG 11
Comments
05 - Anne Hampshire - Encouraging a love of maths in early childhood

04 - Stefan Sjöström - Compulsory treatment in Sweden

Dr Stefan Sjöström (Umeå University) is a sociologist and mental healthcare expert who has been looking at the use of compulsory treatment orders in Sweden since their formal introduction in 2008. How does the Swedish example compare to Victoria? In conversation with Bernadette McSherry.

15 min2015 AUG 4
Comments
04 - Stefan Sjöström - Compulsory treatment in Sweden

03 Kelsey Hegarty And Cathy Humphreys - Ending Violence Against Women And Children

Kelsey Hegarty and Cathy Humphreys lead the University of Melbourne's new Research Alliance for Ending Violence Against Women and Children. In this episode they define abuse and identify key strategies for ending it. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer.

27 min2015 JUL 7
Comments
03 Kelsey Hegarty And Cathy Humphreys - Ending Violence Against Women And Children

02 Carolyn Whitzman And Alexander Sheko - Affordable Housing In Melbourne

Professor Carolyn Whitzman and Alexander Sheko have been thinking about housing affordability in Australia for a long time. Drawing on international best practice and the expertise of government, developers and social housing providers they're coming up with options for Melbourne. In conversation with Gary Dickson.

33 min2015 JUN 23
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02 Carolyn Whitzman And Alexander Sheko - Affordable Housing In Melbourne

01 Lisa Waddington – Disability Discrimination Law

When Lisa Waddington began her PhD in European disability discrimination law, it was an entirely theoretical field. Now she holds the chair European Disability Forum Chair at Maastricht University. In conversation with Bernadette McSherry. Produced by Gary Dickson. Audio engineering by Gavin Nebauer. Music by Gillicuddy.

17 min2015 JUN 9
Comments
01 Lisa Waddington – Disability Discrimination Law
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