Thursday Breakfast

Thursday 7:00am to 8:30am
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.

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Dean Shingange, Bernadette Jurik, Scheherazade Bloul and Katia Lallo

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Thursday 19th April 2018

 

7:15 am Facebook Data Breach BBC WORLD SERVICE REPORT and an update on the issue

7:30 am Nick Savaidis - Etiko Founder & Director - Talking about the environmental impact of the fashion industry & human rights abuses

7:45 am Josie EvansAUWU Inner West branch member Facebook

8:15 am Phil Soliman- Not Done yet- Speaking about Not Done Yet, a film he created about trans* visibility

7:15 am Melanie Eagles - CEO of Hepatitis Victoria - Talking about: A visit to the Hospital: Pam's #StigmaStops story:- Pam’s story is the 2nd instalment of our Stigma Stories series where she tells of her experience while undergoing a surgical procedure & LIVERBility Grants

7:30 am Richard Amon- CEO Disability Sport & Recreation - Letting us know what the organisation is all about and it's role in promoting health outcomes for people with a disability and the challenges that you or people with a disability may be facing

7:45 am Brad Martin- Founder and Managing Director -  Indigenous Connection - As the social enterprise Indigenous Connection digitally launches tonight with the hope of  setting out to better connect Experience Seekers with Experience Provider.

8:10 am Local Spokesperson from the 'Sorrowbe' Campaign speaks with Kroft up on the Gold Coast at the Stolenwealth Games Camp Freedom about protecting koala habitat against over development. This campaign is using the koala logo and Borobi mascot concept to get the message for koala conservation across.  

 


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