Exploitation of migrant workers, Anti-racism, NTEU Victoria University and Inside Out for YIRRAMBOI Festival

Tuesday, 2 May 2023 - 7:00am to 8:30am



7.15 & 7.30: Sanmati Verma, a Managing Lawyer at the Human Rights Law Centre and a Law Institute of Victoria accredited specialist in immigration law, on the exploitation of migrant workers, upcoming changes to working restrictions for international students and what this means for workers' rights. This episode first aired on Women on the Line on Monday 1 May 2023//


7.45: Elsa Tuet-Rosenberg, a queer, multi-racial Jewish and Chinese woman of colour and co-founder of the anti-racism organisation, Hue, on her work and activism challenging workplace racism and abuse, particularly in the community sector. This interview first aired on Think Again on 28 April 2023//


8.00: Dr Brandy Cochrane, Criminology lecturer at VU and Branch President of NTEU's Victoria University branch, on working conditions for staff at VU, the fight for a better Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and the dangers of corporatising the higher education sector//


8.15: Gamilaraay, Muruwari woman, actor and writer Maurial Spearim on her play Inside Out, a new work battling racism head on, which is on at the Malthouse this weekend as part of YIRRAMBOI Festival//