Hosted by Adam Liaw and brought to you by mortgage aggregator FAST, Adjust the Contrast, a podcast about why diversity matters not to me, but to you - and how it can help you reduce risks and seize endless opportunities.
The case for diversity
“The best analogy that I can think of for diversity is that it is like being in a pub trivia team”. Adam Liaw goes inside the worlds of biodiversity, human rights and economics to ask where we find diversity and why it matters?
Tearing off the label. How we see diversity.
“If you listen you might find you’re not too dissimilar … they just have this label that you don’t.” That’s Kirk Docker, the creator of You Can’t Ask That. Adam Liaw confronts why we don’t see the biases, assumptions and stereotypes that stop us embracing diversity.
It's more than a game. When the AFL tackled diversity.
The same code that has pioneered women’s sport by creating a professional national league had one its greatest ever champions hounded from the game due to racial abuse. The AFL has deliberately pursued diversity. Join Cameron Schwab, Tanya Hosch and Mathew Stokes to find out the results.
A Rabbi, an ethicist and a lawyer walk into a podcast.
Adam Liaw is joined by Simon Longstaff, Graeme Innes and Rabbi Shamir Caplan as they traverse the topics of neuro-diversity, how religions change and the ethics of diversity - all to find out what can we learn from inclusion.
Cracking the diversity code.
“You could say that's tokenism. You know, a workplace is only concerned about diversity because it's trendy and can look woke.” Is the workplace the problem or solution to Australia’s diversity issues?
A chicken talking to a duck.
“I was talking to my father and he said that’s a terrible business ... He was right”. As a new generation shapes society, what does that mean for the opportunity of diversity and who gets left behind?
Very timely podcast and gives a robust conversation around diversity from so many angles. Cuts through the echo chamber of social media and actually teaches you about diversity of thought.
Wow! I love these podcasts from Adam’s team. Well done to all who are involved. These topics are in front of more hearts and minds more than ever. I have had so many “aha” and “uh oh” moments and I’ve only listened to 3 episodes. Keep ‘em coming Adam.
Thanks Adam for such a well presented and thoughtful podcast. The guests are given enough time for meaningful conversation and the subjects are discussed with nuance. Looking forward to the next episode.