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Polarising topics with nuance. Diversity with diverse opinions. Identity without the identity politics. Politics without political correctness. On the Other Hand is hosted by veteran Australian journalist Ky Chow. Music: Gary Pinto

Latest Episodes

Fearless Curious: triggered or bullied? Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf

Many people - including many minorities and women themselves - fear a politically correct atmosphere where offence is easily taken. It may stifle well intentioned discussion and makes minorities and women distrustful and too sensitive, furthering social divisions and culture wars. But others believe while claims of cultural appropriation, microaggressions and sexism/racism often go too far, they do raise legitimate issues. They believe that some apparently harmless habits, such as profiling and humour based on gender or race, can increase mistreatment of minorities and women. Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf join Ky in On the Other Hand's first live event in Sydney. Fearless Curious is the place where as an audience member or panellist, you can explore often conflicting ideas about gender, race and sexuality - but with respect and nuance.

83 MIN2019 OCT 17
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Fearless Curious: triggered or bullied? Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf

Owen Firth: why international graduates are held back by prejudice - and poor English skills

Graduates worry about their employability at the best of times, but in the case of international students, the road to career success can be particularly bumpy. Yet Gradability's Owen Firth says if recruiters were more honest about what English skills are needed, diversity would be the big winner.

67 MIN2019 MAR 30
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Owen Firth: why international graduates are held back by prejudice - and poor English skills

Rebecca Laskary: migrant responsibilities; the case against gender quotas; manipulative women

Rebecca Laskary says migrants like herself need to look within themselves if they want to break through. The communications consultant also says the biggest impediment to women's progress in the workplace is other women, and women's ability to manipulate is an unspoken weapon in the corporate world.

60 MIN2019 MAR 30
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Rebecca Laskary: migrant responsibilities; the case against gender quotas; manipulative women

Antoinette Lattouf: the case for media diversity and surviving social media outrage

Ky chats with Antoinette Lattouf, a Network Ten reporter and founder of Media Diversity Australia. Is Australian TV news representative of the wider population? And if it does, should networks make special allowances for some groups ahead of others? Antoinette also talk about copping flak from social media mobs on both sides of the ideological spectrum.

54 MIN2019 MAR 30
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Antoinette Lattouf: the case for media diversity and surviving social media outrage

Eddie Woo: racism, ethnic enclaves and the importance of escaping the echo chamber

YouTube mathematics juggernaut Eddie Woo and Ky discuss the ups and downs of Chinese discipline and ethnic enclaves, the problems with news and social media, gender differences and why everyone needs to meet those who are different.

59 MIN2019 MAR 30
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Eddie Woo: racism, ethnic enclaves and the importance of escaping the echo chamber
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Latest Episodes

Fearless Curious: triggered or bullied? Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf

Many people - including many minorities and women themselves - fear a politically correct atmosphere where offence is easily taken. It may stifle well intentioned discussion and makes minorities and women distrustful and too sensitive, furthering social divisions and culture wars. But others believe while claims of cultural appropriation, microaggressions and sexism/racism often go too far, they do raise legitimate issues. They believe that some apparently harmless habits, such as profiling and humour based on gender or race, can increase mistreatment of minorities and women. Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf join Ky in On the Other Hand's first live event in Sydney. Fearless Curious is the place where as an audience member or panellist, you can explore often conflicting ideas about gender, race and sexuality - but with respect and nuance.

83 MIN2019 OCT 17
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Fearless Curious: triggered or bullied? Tanveer Ahmed and Antoinette Lattouf

Owen Firth: why international graduates are held back by prejudice - and poor English skills

Graduates worry about their employability at the best of times, but in the case of international students, the road to career success can be particularly bumpy. Yet Gradability's Owen Firth says if recruiters were more honest about what English skills are needed, diversity would be the big winner.

67 MIN2019 MAR 30
Comments
Owen Firth: why international graduates are held back by prejudice - and poor English skills

Rebecca Laskary: migrant responsibilities; the case against gender quotas; manipulative women

Rebecca Laskary says migrants like herself need to look within themselves if they want to break through. The communications consultant also says the biggest impediment to women's progress in the workplace is other women, and women's ability to manipulate is an unspoken weapon in the corporate world.

60 MIN2019 MAR 30
Comments
Rebecca Laskary: migrant responsibilities; the case against gender quotas; manipulative women

Antoinette Lattouf: the case for media diversity and surviving social media outrage

Ky chats with Antoinette Lattouf, a Network Ten reporter and founder of Media Diversity Australia. Is Australian TV news representative of the wider population? And if it does, should networks make special allowances for some groups ahead of others? Antoinette also talk about copping flak from social media mobs on both sides of the ideological spectrum.

54 MIN2019 MAR 30
Comments
Antoinette Lattouf: the case for media diversity and surviving social media outrage

Eddie Woo: racism, ethnic enclaves and the importance of escaping the echo chamber

YouTube mathematics juggernaut Eddie Woo and Ky discuss the ups and downs of Chinese discipline and ethnic enclaves, the problems with news and social media, gender differences and why everyone needs to meet those who are different.

59 MIN2019 MAR 30
Comments
Eddie Woo: racism, ethnic enclaves and the importance of escaping the echo chamber
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