Tuesday Breakfast

RADIOTHON, Road to Refuge with Jeanine Hourani, digital privacy and feminism with Samantha Floreani

Headlines $2.5m trial where pharmacists offer birth control counselling 'misrepresented'Christchurch attacks: producer resigns from film They Are Us as criticism End of Netanyahu eraRadiothon!Donate now - Phone: 9419 8377Text: 0488 809 855Online: Tuesday Breakfast GiveNow OR 3cr.org.au/donatePhuong speaks with Jeanine Hourani who is a Palestinian advocate, campaigner and educator who arried in Australia as a stateless Palestinian refugee in 1997. Jeanine is currently the Director of Road to Refuge, an organisation that aims to change the narrative around refugees and people seeking asylum by transferring the power of narrative back to those who are most directly impacted. Jeanine came on Tuesday Breakfast last month to talk to us about the Israeli occupation of Palestine and the ongoing fight to save Sheikh Jarrah. She came on today's show to talk about Refugee Week and upcoming events run by Road to Refuge.Evie speaks with Samantha Floreani, who is a digital rights activist currently working with Digital Rights Watch. She’s written extensively about why digital privacy is a feminist issue. In light of a raft of bill proposals from the federal government seeking to overhaul the federal Privacy Act and introducing new measures that might potentially stifle free expression online under the guise of censorship, and multiple leaks of extremely sensitive personal information by police and federal agencies, there’s no better time to examine the link between privacy and authority and what it means to us.Songs:U.N.I.TY - Queen LatifahIf you need to move on (sometimes) - Ladybug MeccaTabou-Roots Remix without Rap - Les Nubians

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