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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 a long one, Usul! We're serving up two hefty stories - Fashy Australia about the BLM protest at the Parklea Prison, and a roundup of the last few weeks news about Da Corona! Plus we have a couple of Positivity Corners, some quality memeage, and of course a Pupdate about our good and worthy little shriekhounds. Please RATE AND REVIEW us on Appl…
 
Australia has become lockdown central, with its two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, going into two different types of lockdowns – Sydney has a modified version where shops are still open and people seem to be able to freely move about (except for those migrant-working-class-Labor-voting-sub-classes in Fairfield), and Melbourne – a city which …
 
Since his retirement from parliament in 2012, Bob Brown has remained an activist on environmental causes - from campaigning against the Adani coal mine to fighting the threat to Tasmania’s Tarkine forest. Brown was leader when after the 2010 election the Greens helped Julia Gillard retain government by entering an agreement with her. A key part of …
 
As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle talk about where we never expected to be in mid 2021 – 13 million people locked …
 
Edwin Edwards died at the age of 93 this Monday. We remember his career filled with corruption, quick wit and a wild election in 1991 against Klan founder David Duke. Also, Andrew Heaton joins us to talk the politics of American cities as he promotes his book Los Angeles is Hideous. LAisUgly.comPor Justin Robert Young
 
It's NAIDOC Week so we have a fully First Nations focussed episode. Our last few stories have heavy content warnings for the names of dead Indigenous people and discussion of police violence, which starts at about 41:20. Entree: What does NAIDOC stand for, and why does it stand for that? Check out this thread by Khadija Gbla: https://twitter.com/Kh…
 
The Sydney lockdown continues into its third week and the Gladys Berejiklian show moves into the full public relations mode and spin cycle to get itself out of political trouble. It’s almost as though if the NSW Government put as much effort into managing the effects of COVID-19 as they put into media manipulation, there would be no lockdown to spe…
 
This week Katharine Murphy interviews former federal Liberal MP Julia Banks – the only member of her party to win a seat held by the opposition at the 2016 election. In her new book, Banks outlines the culture she faced in Canberra, including allegedly being inappropriately touched by a male Coalition MP at Parliament House…
 
Lukas Coch/AAP Barnaby Joyce’s sudden elevation to deputy prime minister has put a significant obstacle in the way of Scott Morrison’s creep this year to a commitment to a net zero 2050 target. More generally, it has made internal Coalition relations more unpredictable. In this podcast Joyce reiterates his opposition to embracing the target, while …
 
As well as her usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this episode, politics + society deputy editor Judith Ireland and Michelle discuss the allegation…
 
Mick Tsikas/AAP Following her pre-selection victory, Alice Springs deputy mayor Jacinta Nampijinpa Price will now be the Country Liberal party’s Senate candidate at the election. This essentially assures her of victory. The Northern Territory returns one Senate seat to each side of politics. Price has made a name for herself already as a conservati…
 
We're taking a week off so we're playing our very popular bonus episode in which Zac finally talks about veganism at length! The challenge was to talk about it "from a non-entitled wanker point of view" which I think Zac managed to do admirably. This isn't an hour long rant about how meat eating is evil, it's more like an hour long rant about how m…
 
The NSW Government’s ‘gold standard’ in COVID management has soured into a more tarnished puce colour, with Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s reluctance to shut down Sydney a week earlier, resulting in a more protracted lockdown than would otherwise have been required. Aside from the extra billions of dollars it will cost the NSW economy, it took a full…
 
This week Katharine Murphy interviews Nationals senator Matt Canavan on Australia’s climate wars. The Nationals’ reinstated party leader, Barnaby Joyce, is an outspoken critic of policies that address climate change and target net zero, so how does the party justify its stance? Why is it fighting the inevitable global transition to renewables?…
 
New York City's Democratic Mayoral primary is officially a fiasco as the Board of Elections botched their Ranked Choice Vote count and now faces lawsuits from the candidates. Bill Scher (Washington Monthly) explains the power fault lines in the evolving infrastructure negotiations including a guess on if (when?) Nancy Pelosi will cave.…
 
An exploration of the Australian success of containing COVID with harsh lockdowns but lackluster vaccine rollout. A full year after the last major breakout, over 80% of the population is under lockdown currently. When will it break? Kevin Ryan joins us to discuss the philosophy of Critical Theory and the politics of it's offspring Critical Race The…
 
As well as her usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle discuss Scott Morrison’s Monday …
 
Hello friends and listeners and welcome back to Auspol Snackpod! There's been a-legislations a-transpirin' in Parliament this week, plenty of highly visible shenanigans, and as always, crispy memes. We're trying to get to 100 reviews on Apple Podcasts so if you haven't left us one yet please do that! There's a content warning for discussion of sexu…
 
With the National party voting to return Barnaby Joyce as leader and deputy prime minister earlier this week, Katharine Murphy sits down with Gabrielle Chan to dissect what this means for the party, the climate and the Australian federal electionPor The Guardian
 
Lukas Coch/AAP The government’s response to the UNESCO recommendation that the Great Barrier Reef be listed as “in danger” was one of surprise and shock. The recommendation will be considered at UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee meeting next month. While the proposal calls attention to the need to address the effect of climate change and other fact…
 
Australia could have been close to reaching herd immunity but a poor Australian government decision to turn its back on an excellent Pfizer deal means the national level of vaccination is at 3%, one of the lowest rates in the world. The anger in the medical community is palpable, but will the electorate blame the government for this error? And, for…
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle dive into the Nat…
 
It's another long episode this week and we're very happy to announce return guest host Holly! I think our first ever return guest? She came to drop some knowledge about pharmacist counselling for people seeking the morning after pill! This week we're serving up: Blurst Take: Michael McCormack wants the mouse plague relocated to inner cities SPOTW: …
 
Even California is reopening, so Joe Biden needs to pivot from the issue he won on in 2020. But what does he focus on? When does he flip the switch? Does Justice Breyer need to retire immediately? Brian Brushwood joins us to discuss the new Dog and Pony Show Audio series World's Greatest Con.Por Justin Robert Young
 
Lukas Coch/AAP With Scott Morrison overseas, Nationals leader Michael McCormack has been Acting Prime Minister this week. In this podcast, he speaks about the free trade agreement with the UK, climate change, coal, the Nationals, and China. With speculation about whether Morrison will embrace a 2050 net zero target before the Glasgow climate confer…
 
Is Andrew Yang toast in his run for NYC mayor? Cocaine Mitch to make a deal with the Dems? MeetKevin is running for governor of California, hear what his plans are and why he believes this isn't just a stunt. NYC Meetup! SUNDAY June 20th Carragher's 228 W 39th St, New York, NY 10018 7 p.m.Por Justin Robert Young
 
As well as Michelle Grattan’s usual interviews with experts and politicians about the news of the day, Politics with Michelle Grattan now includes “Word from The Hill”, where all things political will be discussed with members of The Conversations’s politics team. In this episode, politics + society editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle dive into Tuesday…
 
Shoutouts to the Snackpack - that is, you guys, our listeners, not the new podcast called the Snackpack. This week we're serving up: Positivity Corner: The Christian Democrats Party are in big financial trouble First Nations: Content warning for the name of an Indigenous person who has died, it runs from 9:44 - 11:11. We have a second story in this…
 
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