Today's show was a vital look at the abuse uncovered in the 4 Corners Australia's Shame episode which aired this week on the ABC
Guests include Sally Neighbour, the executive Producer for 4 Corners, Jean Gamble who works as a psychotherapist in private practice, Dean Quirke currently working with individuals coming from disadvantaged backgrounds about anger and behaviour on primary prevention programs in schools
I am so honoured to have hosted this conversation with 2 very experienced workers in the domestic abuse field - Senior Constable Malcolm Baker and Peter Foster.
I hope you develop an understanding of abuse and our responsibility to all be part of the solution.
Todays' show was a revisit to an earlier show I did with Mount St Benedict students Future Problem Solving Team talking about the language used around Asylum Seekers and Refugees. Since seeing them they have been interviewed by UN Youth, they have presented their projected at the Beecroft Forum Dinner where they met Matt Tinkler CEO of Save the Children and Ben Doherty from the Guardian. They have so much to share and this interview gives a snapshot of their infectious passion. How do they keep their passion and do they have a self care routine to support themselves to maintain their dedication to advocacy?
Mens Health Week - MoMents in Time
How true - all those little moments add up to big moments, particularly if the little moments have not been ones that taught you how to deal with what you were feeling, the emotions that went unexpressed and unsupported. They can leave young men feeling vulnerable and unless we have learnt to see that vulnerability as a strength it can result in dangerous or unsociable behaviour that does them no favours whatsoever - as a young person or as an adult. Join me as I interview Dean Quirke a health and wellness educator.
Religion vs Ethics in Primary School
Lucy Dahill is the presenter of Stay in the Loop with Lucy, she has a passion for offering people the platform to share their voice. Young, old or somewhere in between we all have wisdom to share if we trust our hearts over our heads.