Jul 31, 2018
Sadiya and Sarah are part of Stop Adani. It is an environmental movement working to block the development of the Adani Carmichael coal mine in the north of the Galilee Basin, Central Queensland, Australia.
Last episode, Sarah told a story for Sadiya to reflect on.
In this episode, Sadiya tells us a story, about a...
Jul 24, 2018
Sarah Ellyard’s childhood, spent camping and bushwalking with her wilderness conservation father, explains her connection to the environment, and her ability to understand its importance to our health, physical and mental.
She finds it hard to understand why Western society places such a low value on nature, and why...
Jul 15, 2018
“I am a drop waiting to return to the ocean”
Mohammad Ali Maleki is incarcerated on Manus Island. Five years ago, he attempted to seek asylum in Australia and, for this, he was detained.
An Iranian poet, Mohammad writes in Farsi. His friend, Mansour Shoushtari, translates the poetry into English, and...
Jul 8, 2018
This interview with Auntie Josie is to acknowledge and celebrate NAIDOC week, 2018.
Auntie Josie is from the Wailwan nation. She is a First Nations Person. We were speaking on Darug land. I am deeply grateful and honoured that she has shared some of the stories of her life with me.
These stories concern sexual abuse,...