Preventatives for Homelessness and Rethinking Informal Settlements

Wednesday, 22 April 2020 - 7:00am to 8:30am

[0:00:00] Acknowledgement of Country.

 

[0:29:00] We speak to Professor David Sanderson about the impacts of COVID-19 especially in informal settlements and communities in Africa and how these communities are preparing and dealing with the crisis. We also chat about how this crisis may re-shape how basic necessesaties are met in informal settlements. 

 

[0:42:00] Joel Townsend from Legal Aid joins us to discuss the organisation's submission of recommendations to the current Victorian Homelessness Inquiry. The organisation's submission is a move toward a preventative technique rather than a crisis intervention set up.  

To get involved, click on the link https://www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/about-us/news/urgent-changes-needed-to-break-cycle-of-homelessness-in-victoria 

 

[1:00:00] This week's Tram Thought involves a discussion on whether or not film photography has a place in our future. We talk the rise in film popularity in art forms and use among the youth and whether it is just a phase or making a comeback that sticks.  

Image of the 3CR Wednesday Breakfast team: Claudia Craig, Paddy Dobson, Alice Golds and Ella Tooms
Wednesday 7:00am to 8:30am
Current affairs, media analysis, alternative media.

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Alice Golds, Paddy Dobson, Ella Tooms, Claudia Craig and Eiddwen Jeffery

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