Tuesday Breakfast

Jay on police-perpetrated domestic violence, Lizzie O'Shea and teh Online Safety Bill and Louise Chappell and sanctions on sexual assault in Parliament

7.05 News Headlines - Meghan and Harry's interview with Oprah,  Switzerland banning Burqa and Myanmar update // 7.20 am - We hear an interview from 3CR Show, Woman on the Line. Anya interviews Jay, a staunch victim-survivor of police-perpetrated domestic violence who is fighting for a safer world // 7:45 am Evie talks to Lizzie O’Shea of Digital Rights Watch Australia to understand what the proposed Online Safety bill could mean for Australians online // 8:00 am Genevieve talks to Louise Chappell, a professor of Law and political science at UNSW, about her recent media release stating that “Parliament needs a Code of Conduct with sanctions, not more inquiries into sexual harassment” and also to discuss this topic of gender violence more broadly // SongsTherapy - June JonesStay in Bed - Alice SkyeWildfires - SAULT

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