Podcast episode on the clash between rights and potential discrimination.
In this The Art of Inclusion podcast episode, Thomas Mayor and Ann Sherry explore what exactly Constitutional recognition means.
Shared care models are becoming more and more popular across Australia. In this podcast episode we hear from a D&I expert and a dad taking a more active caring role.
In this episode, autism advocate Yenn Purkis shares their experience of being an employee with autism and leading autism researcher Darren Hedley of LaTrobe University shares their expertise.
Lisa Gallate, author of Hitting My Reset, shares how multiple losses informed her book and Christopher Hall, a psychologist and the CEO of The Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement shares his expertise.
Kai Noonan from ACON speaks about how power and control drive all domestic violence cases, and how this plays out in same sex and LGBTIQ+ relationships.
Mundanara Bayles of The Black Card speaks about the cultural protocols for death in Indigenous communities.
Annabelle Williams OAM and Gwynnyth Llewellyn speak about disability and unemployment in this episode of DCA podcast The Art Of Inclusion.
In this episode of DCA’s The Art of Inclusion Podcast, Linda Burney, the first Aboriginal woman to serve in the House of Representatives, and the first Aboriginal person to serve in the NSW Parliament, and Karen Mundine, CEO at Reconciliation Australia, answer questions about cultural and professional gaps that exist for Indigenous Australians at work.
In this episode of DCA podcast The Art of Inclusion on the topic of #MeToo and workplace sexual harassment.
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