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Women on the Line

Amy McMurtrie, Aoife Cooke, Emma Hart, Hope Mathumbu & Iris Lee.

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Women on the Line

Women on the Line

Amy McMurtrie, Aoife Cooke, Emma Hart, Hope Mathumbu & Iris Lee.

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A national feminist current affairs program for community radio. A gender analysis of contemporary issues, as well as in-depth analysis by a range of women and gender diverse people around Australia and internationally. Distributed nationally on the Community Radio Network (CRN).You can listen to some of our previous shows here: www.3cr.org.au/womenontheline/itunes

Latest Episodes

Flood plain harvesting in NSW, bushfire impacts in East Gippsland

This week on the program we look at flood plain harvesting in NSW and the impact of bushfires in East Gippsland. We'll hear excerpts from a recent interview by 3CR Community Radio Tuesday Hometime presenter Jan Bartlett, who spoke with Fiona York for news from East Gippsland after the devastating fires.First though we speak with Bev Smiles, President of the Inland Rivers Network, about the recent decision by the NSW government to put in place a three day exemption to an embargo on floodplain harvesting, allowing irrigators to capture water that could otherwise have flowed into the Darling River.

-1 s1 d ago
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Flood plain harvesting in NSW, bushfire impacts in East Gippsland

Racism in the colony: Invasion day to travel ban protests

This week we hear speeches from protests tackling racism in the settler colony. First, we hear from the Invasion Day 2020 rally in Melbourne, organised by theWarriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, with Sasha Edwards speaking on Justice for Jesse Edwards, and from Apryl Watson-Day on Justice for Tanya Day. Second, we hear from the protest, No to racism, lift the travel ban rallybyStand Together Against Racism, with Yanni from Anti-colonial Asian Alliance (Kulin Nation / Melbourne) and their statement on the corona virus, and Shan Windscript, PhD student, casual academic and NTEU delegate.Mentioned: Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance - WAR's poster on pay the rent, Pay the rent collective.

-1 s1 w ago
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Racism in the colony: Invasion day to travel ban protests

The Chilean Rebellion

Since October 2019, Chile has been crippled by rolling strikes across multiple sectors of the economy, and generalised political rebellion in the streets. The cause of these uprisings at one point, was the raising in prices of fares on the Santiago subway, but has since channelled people’s general anger and frustration at political corruption and enduring poverty in that country.Juliana Rivas, is a Latin American Feminist, she studied sociology in Chile. Worked in different public institutions in Chile in areas related to socio-urban issues. She participates in a group called Loca-Latin Americana Berlin working to support the Chilean rebellion.

-1 s2 w ago
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The Chilean Rebellion

Left Write Hook

On this show,youwill hear fromDonna Lyon, academic, filmmaker and boxer discussing her project‘Left/ Write// Hook’- designed to help women who have experienced sexual abuse and trauma find a connection to their body, mind and spirit through weekly transformative writing and boxing workshops. You will also hear fromMischa Merz, boxer, writer and owner ofMischa’s Boxing CentralGym discussing her career as a boxer and a writer.

-1 s3 w ago
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Left Write Hook

Abolish Australia Day!

Today on Women on the Line, the campaign to abolish Australia Day. January 26 marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, the invasion of Australia and the start of genocide against the original owners of this land. For the last 3 years, the campaign to abolish Australia Day – not just to change the date – has garnered a lot of public support. We hear from Aunty Jenny Monroe, Dtarneen Onus Williams and Meriki Kalinya.

-1 sJAN 27
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Abolish Australia Day!

#JusticeforMhelody & Phillipines solidarity

This week we hear about the broader issues of oppression around the struggle for Justice for Filipina trans woman Mhelody Polan Bruno, who was killed on holiday in Australia last year. We hear from Lina Cabaero, from Migrante Australia, who also talks about Phillipines solidarity. We then hear excerpts from a vigil last year in Melbourne, organised by Members of Filipinx, Trans, Asian Diaspora communities, calling for justice for Mhelody Polan Bruno, in 2019.We hear from chair Laura McClean, Alexia fromMigrante Australia, Sharmane fromAnakbayan Melbourne(statement link), Ness fromGabriela Australia, and Yani & Sophie fromAnti Colonial Asian Alliance.

-1 sJAN 20
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#JusticeforMhelody & Phillipines solidarity

Stop India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

India’s Hindu-supremacist BJP government has stepped up its state repression by ramming through areactionary Citizenship Amendment Act in early December 2019. The law grants Indian citizenship to non-Muslim immigrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan but denies that right to Muslims from any country in South Asia. Immigrants from other countries in the region, including Tamils from Sri Lanka and Rohingya from Myanmar, are also excluded.Workers, students and other parts of civil society have been protesting since November last year in an effort to defeat the legislation, and protests are continuing, with a nationwide general strike on 8 January bringing tens of millions of workers to the streets.In Shaheen Bagh, a neighbourhood in South Delhi, some 200 women have been holding a permanent protest camp for over a month, and vow not to be moved until the law is lifted.On the program today to discuss the Citizenship Amendment Act of India, it’s implications for communal violence, and the growing protest movement in opposition to it, we are joined by Shivani Kaul, from New Delhi India.

-1 sJAN 13
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Stop India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

HIV and Intersectionality Part Four: HIV and the Law

The fourth and finalpartin a series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hear fromDr Jennifer Power, Research Fellow at theAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and SocietyandKirsty Machon, CEO ofPositive Women Victoriacontinuing their discussion around intersectionality and evidence in HIV research.Also hear fromJane Dicka, manager atHarm Reduction Victoria,Jane Greenand Dylan fromVixen Collectivediscussing the intersections of HIV and the Law.

-1 s2019 DEC 30
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HIV and Intersectionality Part Four: HIV and the Law

HIV and Intersectionality Part Three: Evidence in HIV Research

Part three of a four part series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hear fromDr Jennifer Power, Research Fellow at theAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and SocietyandKirsty Machon, CEO ofPositive Women Victoriadiscussing intersectionality and evidence in HIV research.

-1 s2019 DEC 23
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HIV and Intersectionality Part Three: Evidence in HIV Research

HIV and Intersectionality Part Two: Supporting Women

Part two of a four part series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hope Mathumbu, secretaryof theVictorian African Health Action NetworkandChiedza Malunga,an African Australian Healthcare Professional discuss concepts such asinvisibility, hypervisibility, allyship and service delivery in relation toHIV and Intersectionality. Hear fromSarah Feagan, a peer navigator atLiving Positive Victoriadiscussing her work supporting women living with HIV.

-1 s2019 DEC 16
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HIV and Intersectionality Part Two: Supporting Women

Latest Episodes

Flood plain harvesting in NSW, bushfire impacts in East Gippsland

This week on the program we look at flood plain harvesting in NSW and the impact of bushfires in East Gippsland. We'll hear excerpts from a recent interview by 3CR Community Radio Tuesday Hometime presenter Jan Bartlett, who spoke with Fiona York for news from East Gippsland after the devastating fires.First though we speak with Bev Smiles, President of the Inland Rivers Network, about the recent decision by the NSW government to put in place a three day exemption to an embargo on floodplain harvesting, allowing irrigators to capture water that could otherwise have flowed into the Darling River.

-1 s1 d ago
Comments
Flood plain harvesting in NSW, bushfire impacts in East Gippsland

Racism in the colony: Invasion day to travel ban protests

This week we hear speeches from protests tackling racism in the settler colony. First, we hear from the Invasion Day 2020 rally in Melbourne, organised by theWarriors of the Aboriginal Resistance, with Sasha Edwards speaking on Justice for Jesse Edwards, and from Apryl Watson-Day on Justice for Tanya Day. Second, we hear from the protest, No to racism, lift the travel ban rallybyStand Together Against Racism, with Yanni from Anti-colonial Asian Alliance (Kulin Nation / Melbourne) and their statement on the corona virus, and Shan Windscript, PhD student, casual academic and NTEU delegate.Mentioned: Warriors of the Aboriginal Resistance - WAR's poster on pay the rent, Pay the rent collective.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Racism in the colony: Invasion day to travel ban protests

The Chilean Rebellion

Since October 2019, Chile has been crippled by rolling strikes across multiple sectors of the economy, and generalised political rebellion in the streets. The cause of these uprisings at one point, was the raising in prices of fares on the Santiago subway, but has since channelled people’s general anger and frustration at political corruption and enduring poverty in that country.Juliana Rivas, is a Latin American Feminist, she studied sociology in Chile. Worked in different public institutions in Chile in areas related to socio-urban issues. She participates in a group called Loca-Latin Americana Berlin working to support the Chilean rebellion.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
The Chilean Rebellion

Left Write Hook

On this show,youwill hear fromDonna Lyon, academic, filmmaker and boxer discussing her project‘Left/ Write// Hook’- designed to help women who have experienced sexual abuse and trauma find a connection to their body, mind and spirit through weekly transformative writing and boxing workshops. You will also hear fromMischa Merz, boxer, writer and owner ofMischa’s Boxing CentralGym discussing her career as a boxer and a writer.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Left Write Hook

Abolish Australia Day!

Today on Women on the Line, the campaign to abolish Australia Day. January 26 marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships at Port Jackson, the invasion of Australia and the start of genocide against the original owners of this land. For the last 3 years, the campaign to abolish Australia Day – not just to change the date – has garnered a lot of public support. We hear from Aunty Jenny Monroe, Dtarneen Onus Williams and Meriki Kalinya.

-1 sJAN 27
Comments
Abolish Australia Day!

#JusticeforMhelody & Phillipines solidarity

This week we hear about the broader issues of oppression around the struggle for Justice for Filipina trans woman Mhelody Polan Bruno, who was killed on holiday in Australia last year. We hear from Lina Cabaero, from Migrante Australia, who also talks about Phillipines solidarity. We then hear excerpts from a vigil last year in Melbourne, organised by Members of Filipinx, Trans, Asian Diaspora communities, calling for justice for Mhelody Polan Bruno, in 2019.We hear from chair Laura McClean, Alexia fromMigrante Australia, Sharmane fromAnakbayan Melbourne(statement link), Ness fromGabriela Australia, and Yani & Sophie fromAnti Colonial Asian Alliance.

-1 sJAN 20
Comments
#JusticeforMhelody & Phillipines solidarity

Stop India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

India’s Hindu-supremacist BJP government has stepped up its state repression by ramming through areactionary Citizenship Amendment Act in early December 2019. The law grants Indian citizenship to non-Muslim immigrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan but denies that right to Muslims from any country in South Asia. Immigrants from other countries in the region, including Tamils from Sri Lanka and Rohingya from Myanmar, are also excluded.Workers, students and other parts of civil society have been protesting since November last year in an effort to defeat the legislation, and protests are continuing, with a nationwide general strike on 8 January bringing tens of millions of workers to the streets.In Shaheen Bagh, a neighbourhood in South Delhi, some 200 women have been holding a permanent protest camp for over a month, and vow not to be moved until the law is lifted.On the program today to discuss the Citizenship Amendment Act of India, it’s implications for communal violence, and the growing protest movement in opposition to it, we are joined by Shivani Kaul, from New Delhi India.

-1 sJAN 13
Comments
Stop India’s Citizenship Amendment Act

HIV and Intersectionality Part Four: HIV and the Law

The fourth and finalpartin a series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hear fromDr Jennifer Power, Research Fellow at theAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and SocietyandKirsty Machon, CEO ofPositive Women Victoriacontinuing their discussion around intersectionality and evidence in HIV research.Also hear fromJane Dicka, manager atHarm Reduction Victoria,Jane Greenand Dylan fromVixen Collectivediscussing the intersections of HIV and the Law.

-1 s2019 DEC 30
Comments
HIV and Intersectionality Part Four: HIV and the Law

HIV and Intersectionality Part Three: Evidence in HIV Research

Part three of a four part series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hear fromDr Jennifer Power, Research Fellow at theAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and SocietyandKirsty Machon, CEO ofPositive Women Victoriadiscussing intersectionality and evidence in HIV research.

-1 s2019 DEC 23
Comments
HIV and Intersectionality Part Three: Evidence in HIV Research

HIV and Intersectionality Part Two: Supporting Women

Part two of a four part series of recordings fromLaTrobe University’sAustralian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society’sone-day symposium looking critically at the intersection points of HIV and people’s lives, especially people and communities affected by HIV who have not been at the centre of the Australian HIV response.Hope Mathumbu, secretaryof theVictorian African Health Action NetworkandChiedza Malunga,an African Australian Healthcare Professional discuss concepts such asinvisibility, hypervisibility, allyship and service delivery in relation toHIV and Intersectionality. Hear fromSarah Feagan, a peer navigator atLiving Positive Victoriadiscussing her work supporting women living with HIV.

-1 s2019 DEC 16
Comments
HIV and Intersectionality Part Two: Supporting Women
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