Gender, Peace and Security. Film and Photography. Breaking the technology binary. Young peoples engagement fake news

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Wednesday breakfast Rundown 22nd November. 
Presenters, Judith Peppard, Nick Willis and Patty Beggs

Film- Hope Mathumbu speaks to Medika Thorpe, a Gunai and Gureng Gureng woman and executive director of the Winda Film Festival which brings together Indigenous voices and stories from around the world. The Festival is in its second year.

Photography - Linsey Gosper in the studio to talk about the Centre for contemporary Photography, CCP, 25th Salon. An exhibition that hangs all entries allowing for a cross section of perspectives to arise. The show opens the 23nd of Nov.

Technology - Dr Jose Ramos unpacks his latest article As a human, I don’t do technology. I am technology. Joes looks to contribute to the conversation thats aiming to push past the binary narrative of good vs bad technology.

News - Our look at the news cycle today, using alternative sources, as well as reading the big papers, so you don’t have to.

8:10am16 Days of activism against gender based violence-  Maria Tanyag from Gender, Peace and Security Centre at the Faculty of Arts at Monash. Maria told us about her PhD field work with women in the Philippines. She told us about how rigorous research is essential to inform and change global and national policies around women's reproductive rights.
8:20am- Young people and fake news- Dr Tanya Notley is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Humanities and Communication Arts and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Culture and Society at the University of Western Sydney. Tanya research and teaching is focused on communication, technology and social change. For her latest article.

Up next Stick together.

Tracks List. 
1 - Deep Forest - Oymes's Song (feat. Oyme) : Deep Forest are performing alongside Gaudi on the 1st of December at the Prince Bandroom and at Earthcore festival this weekend 

2 -Yothu Yindi & Gavin Campbell - Treaty - The Journey Remix : Yothu Yindi just played at Strawberry Fields festival and also at the Croxton in Thornbury, where newly elected Greens MP for Northcote, Lidia Thorpe took the win, the first shift from the ALP in the history of the electorate's existence.
3 - Baro wdubi (Feat. Nasty Mars & Marcus)- Catch Baro and Nasty mars as Part of Melb Music week @The Carpark, St Paul's Cathedral, Flinders Ln & Swanston St, Melbourne tonight from