Living in Lockdown, Making the Law Work for Women, Melbourne Sea Slug Census, Fiona McLeod's 'Easy Lies & Influence', and Mark Buckly's 'The Lucky Country?'

Monday, 30 August 2021 - 7:00am to 8:30am
Two masked people share a hug

Monday Breaky

Presented by Jacob //


7AM Judith Peppard is joined by Romana Vijeyarasa on Communication Mixdown to chat about the book International Women's Rights Law and Gender Equality: Making the law work for women, the Gender Legislative Index she developed at UTS and the potential of the law in the work of progressing women's rights and gender equality. //


7.30AM James Whitmore on Out of the Blue is up next with an update on the Melbourne Sea Slug Census from Nicole Mertens of the Victorian National Parks Association. Divers were able to squeeze in a winter survey between lockdowns in July. //


7.40AM Fiona McLeod AO SC talks to Annie from Solidarity Breakfast about her new book  - Easy Lies & Influence which outlines the threats to our democracy posed by the catalogue of corrupt practises exhibited by the present Federal Government despite the checks and balances that are present to challenge them. It is part of Monash University Publishing's In the National Interest series. //


8AM Mark Buckly gives us his take on the state of 'The Lucky Country'? being led by second rate politicians, who hope their luck never ends. Recorded for 3CR's Left After Breakfast Program. //


8.05AM Jacob speaks with Sharyn Davies, the Director of Herb Feith Indonesia Engagement Centre at the Monash University School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics about lockdowns, the current state of affairs in Indonesia, and why we should continue doing our part to keep each other safe. //




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