Making every building count in meeting Australia’s emissions target, The Lost but not Forgotten report, Decolonising feminism, academia and language, gender linked fate & the Do Your Thing video series

Monday, 2 December 2019 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Monday 2nd December 2019

7:00am Acknowledgement of country

7:03 Alternative News

7:13 We speak with Doctor Tim O’Leary from the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at Melbourne University about making every building count in meeting Australia’s emissions target. Buildings in Australia account for over 25% of our carbon emissions and restructuring of the construction sector could go a long way in reducing this.

Below a link to Beyond Zero Emissions, an internationally recognised climate change think tank.

7:29 Raylene Harradine is a proud Latje Latje and Wotjobaluk woman, Chair Person of the Victorian Aboriginal Children and Young People’s Alliance and CEO of the Bendigo and District Aboriginal Co-operative. She speaks with Paddy about Lost but not Forgotten, a report examining the flaws in child protection and the suicides of 35 kids between April 2007 and April 2019

7:46 Doctor Intan Paramaditha is an Indonesian fiction writer and an academic. She holds a PHD from New York University and teaches Media and Film Studies at Macquarie University, Sydney. Intan speaks with Alice about decolonising feminism, academia and language.

8:02 Leah Ruppanner, an Associate Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of The Policy Lab at the University of Melbourne, speaks with us about her research into Gender Linked Fate and why white married women are voting conservative in the US.

8:19 Disability rights and family violence prevention advocate, Nicole Lee has recently made a video as part of Do Your Thing, a short video series produced by Women with Disabilities Victoria. We speak with her about the importance of women with a disability receiving greater representation and being in charge of their own narrative.