Family Law Reform, Tony Briffa, Live from Blockade IMARC, Help Newlands NOW, Protests in Lebanon and SNAICC Family Matters Report

Tuesday, 29 October 2019 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Tuesday Breakfast 29 October 2019 

With Ayan, George, Anya, Zoya and Chris

7.00 am Acknowledgement of Country

7.05 am Chris Woods on the latest in news. 

7.15 am Helen Matthews from Women's Legal Services Australia joins us to discuss the 'Safety First in Family Law' reform that was announced last week.

7.30 am Tony Briffa, co-executive director at Intersex Human Rights Australia, speaks about Intersex Awareness Day. 

7.40 am We cross live to Blockade IMARC to hear an update from Marian who’s one of the organisers.  

7.45 am A multi-purpose building at Newlands Primary School (NPS) is on the chopping block unless the school recieves much needed funding to meet the Victorian Government standards. Adam Palmer, one of the people behind the petition joins us to discuss the valuable contributions of Newlands Primary and how we in the community can rally behind our local schools!

8.00 am Dania Hawat from the Australian Lebanese United Movement, joins us to discuss the protests in Lebanon. 

8.10 am Richard Weston CEO of SNAICC (The Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care) discusses The Family Matters Report that addresses the increasing numbers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in out of home care.  


song: Easy

artist: Daniel Elia

song: Energy

artist: Aaliyah Esprit

song: Look at You Go

artist: June Jones