On World Press Freedom Day, Wendy Johns asks once-jailed journalist Peter Greste, if anything can be done to thaw the chilling effect of Australia’s tougher national security laws, on public interest journalism.
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.