Liberation Loops - Episode 3

Monday, 30 March 2020 - 2:00pm to 2:30pm
Photo credit: Anne-lise Ah-fat [Image Description: A woman is facing towards the camera and smiling. She is holding red,pink and yellow flowers with green leaves held together in shiny yellow paper.]

In episode 3 Carly speaks with Anne-lise Ah-fat about collaborative dialogue, a tool used in behaviour change work. Anne-lise Ah-fat is a community organiser, mother of two, behaviour change facilitator and family violence practitioner who is passionate about transformative justice. Anne-lise loves to think, reflect and practice accountability, prison abolition and absolutely loves malleefowl. Anne-lise works with persons of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds and believes that social change can only occur collectively.

Anne-lise is involved in the following collectives and projects:

Undercurrent Commuity Education Project -
Incedium Radical Library -
Friday 9:00am to 10:00am
Ratbags, Peaceniks and Agents of Change. Resistance radio that explores the movements that made us, drawing from the activist archives through to voices of resistance today. We take you under the hood to see how collectives and campaigns are formed, mobilise people, work cooperatively to transform systems of oppression and are sustained over time.