Rethinking the US-Australia alliance; Homelessness and Covid-19, Saving La MAMA Theatre

Friday, 17 April 2020 - 9:00am to 10:00am

Richard Tanter is a Senior Research Associate at the Nautilus Institute and Honorary Professor in the School of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Melbourne, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate subjects on Nuclear Weapons and Disarmament and Australian Foreign Policy. He joins us to talk about the role of Pine Gap in the Australia-US alliance and why Australia needs to pursue a more independent foreign policy

 Coronavirus and homlessness; Greg Denham's the Australian editor for the Law Enforcemet and Action Parnership (LEAP) newsletter. He's been involved in health promotion in the alcohol and other drug field for many years, from policing, HIV education, advocacy and more recently, street work. He tells us about the issues Covis-19 raises for people expeiencing homelessness and those who work with them.

 Save La MAMA: Alice Golds spoke with Liz Jones about the campaign to save creative and vibrant grassroots theatre spaces like La Mama Theatre in Carlton.

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