#Metoo, Migrant Workers' Rights, Floating Key Goes International, Equity and Inclusion in the Arts, and Fiona Patten on Drug Reform

Tuesday, 5 March 2019 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Tuesday Breakfast 5 March 2019 

Acknowledgement of Country

 News Headlines  

Lisa Heap, an ACU Adjunct Professor and former Executive Director of the Australian Institute of Employment Rights, discusses the findings fromThe National Survey on Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces, the impact of #metoo on the reporting of sexual harassment in the workplace, what's wrong with complaints procedures and why broader changes are needed.

Ayan, met with Sherry Huang from the Migrant Workers Centre. They discuss the exploitation of migrant workers, providing information on their rights and how to challenge discriminatory practices.

China Aleisseproducer, director, writer and experience facilitator from Detroit, Michigan joins us in the studio. China talks about Floating Key a curatorial platform she founded that centers Black elevation and PoC Solidarity in Naarm and how her move to the US will grow and expand this platform. 

Lena Nahlous, from Diversity Arts Australia discusses the #FairPlayCreative Symposium which was held last week. The Symposium explored equity and inclusion in creative industries.

Fiona Patten MP, leader of the ReasonVictoria discusses drug reform in the AFL/ALFW and in society more broadly.

The original 855am and 3CR Digital versions of this program featured the following music tracks: 

song: Selfish

artist: Little Simz and Cleo Sol

artist: Baker Boy

 (Removed from the podcast due to license restrictions)