In this audio documentary about Intergenerational Trauma, Elie Choueifaty explains how the atrocities committed against First Nations People are still causing physical and emotional distress – generations later.
Jennifer Robinson buys a coffee and a KitKat on her way to work. It’s not her usual order, because the beverage isn’t for her. It’s for her client. He’s in a maximum security prison.
His name is Julian Assange.
Who gets to speak? How do we cover climate change? And how do we convince governments that journalism is not a crime? UTS journalism students searched for the answers to some of the most vexing issues of our time – at Antidote 2019.