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Quests By Community: The Voice referendum invitation to all Australians

Tonight, our Deep Dive discussion, The Voice to Parliament, Reconciliation, Truth, Justice, and the referendum; inviting non-Indigenous people to read the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and to engage.

Professor Andrew Gunstone is the inaugural Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor Reconciliation and Professor Indigenous Studies at Federation University. He established the National Centre for Reconciliation, Truth, and Justice in February 2023, is an international expert in academic, industry, and community engagements and understandings of reconciliation, regularly provides expert advice to industry, community, corporates, academia, and governments. He is Co-Chair of the Board of Directors at Reconciliation Victoria, Foundation Editor of the Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, and Co-Convenor of the National University RAP Network.

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Bi+ Collective Australia – Stand Bi Us Forum 2023 – September 22-24

Tonight, we hear from Bi+ Collective Australia’s Anthony, Misia, Amber, and Anna who explain the events they are presenting, and those they look forward to attending, at this year’s – FREE – Stand Bi Us on-line and in-person forum, September 22 – September 24, 2023. Wherever you are in the world, if you want to…

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Quests By Community: Growing up was like a Bad Dream | Pharrell Shaymar

Pharrell Shaymar grew up feeling that each day was like being in a bad dream, knew early on, in the wrong body, supposed to be a man, experiencing reduced opportunity in high school, a boxer community activist, PAD Trainer, with sport becoming an important part of his life, learning to accept himself, and doing away…

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The Film Whisperers – What defines a Christmas Movie

Hosts Saj and Alice talk movies, through a contemporary lens, discuss a genre, which influences what and when they watch, each year.

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