Local, national and international interviews with activists on human rights, civil liberties and animal welfare issues. The show has been on air since the late 1980s.
Palestine National Day | B-52's and US preparing for war with China | GeneEthics | UN torture convention: Australia's obligations | Ethiopia crisis and Palestine
His Week That Was – Kevin Healy Palestine National Day – Palestinian activist Amin Abbas B-52’s and US preparing for war with China – Richard Tanter, Chair of the Australian chapter of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear weapons (ICAN) GeneEthics with Bob Phelps, Executive Director Australia’s obligations under UN torture convention: a lot to be desired – Dr Binoy Kampmark Ethiopia crisis and Palestine – Bishop George Browning, President of Australia Palestine Advocacy Network (APAN) Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.
Australian Government's policy on Hamas as a terrorist organisation, Urban Gardening Month, history of Bougainville & Brazilian election results.
His Week That Was – Kevin Healy Why the Australian Government should reverse the policy of naming Hamas as a terrorist organisation – Paul Heywood-Smith, founding Chairperson of the Australian Friends of Palestine Association An outline of urban gardening as we celebrate Urban Gardening Month – Dr Nick Rose, Executive Director of SUSTAIN A history of Bougainville up to the present day – Journalist Jim Beaton Analysing the results of the Brazil elections – journalist and writer Fred Fuentes Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.
Palestinian killings by Israel continue on the West Bank, catastrophic prospects for proposed mine in eastern PNG, Marcos Jr's first 100 days governing the Philippines, & anti-war and anti-drone activism
His Week That Was – Kevin Healy Continuing of killings of Palestinian children and adults in the West Bank by Israel – Jessica Morrison, Executive Officer of Australia Palestine Advocacy Network Proposed mine in eastern PNG and a 130k pipe line taking tailings, including poisons, to be dumped in the sea near the coast. Possibility pipeline could be ruptured by an earthquake — Emily Mitchell, Research Director with Jubilee Research Centre Australia First 100 days of Marcos Jr. government in the Philippines — Peter Murphy, Chairperson of the International Coalition For Human Rights in The Philippines Life and work of anti-war and anti armed drones activist Nick Mottern (Ban Killer Drones) Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.
The Palestine Children's Relief Fund, drug policy and development in Cuba and the Pacific, US war planes refueling in "neutral" Ireland's Shannon Airport? & A recent visit to Lebanon, Syria and Iraq
His Week That Was — Kevin Healy Journey of US college student to establish a medical humanitarian organisation which has assisted over 2000 Palestinian children during the past 31 years — His name? Steve Sosebee PHD candidate and journalist Sasha Gillies-Lekakis outlines his plan for the thesis — Oceans apart: Drug Policy and Development in Cuba and the Pacific, Lessons and Opportunities for Cooperation How successive governments in "neutral" state of Ireland have assisted the US war machine by allowing their planes to refuel at Shannon Airport — Edward Horgan is a coordination with Shannon Watch. Dr Tim Anderson back from a tour of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.
Food systems and food justice, issues with Ranger Uranium Mine, Australia's War Powers Inquiry, & US and the Pacific
His Week That Was — Kevin Healy Food systems, justice and sovereignty in Australia — Agroecologist and president of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance, Tammi Jonas Three issues associated with Ranger Uranium Mine, NT — Associate Professor Gavin Mudd Responding to the announcement that there is to be an inquiry into Australia's war powers — Dr Alison Broinowski, President of Australians for War Powers Reform and former Australian foreign diplomat Assessing the promises of more US money and resources to Pacific nations to counter the perceived threat of China in the region — journalist and researcher Nic Maclellan Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.
Australian War Memorial and Frontier Wars, IPAN, reflections on war events, campaign to stop deep sea mining, & why Australia has cut aid to Palestine
His Week That Was — Kevin Healy Is the Australian War Memorial backing down on not properly recognising the Frontier Wars? — Dr Sue Wareham, President of the Medical Association For the Prevention Of War (MAPW) How The Independent Peaceful Australia Network operates to achieve its goals — Bevan Ramsden (IPAN) A reflection of war events — Professor Emeritus Stuart Rees More on the campaign to stop push for deep sea mining — Dr Helen Rosenbaum, Campaign Coordinator of the Deep Sea Mining Campaign Why has the Australian government cut aid to Palestine? — Ken Davis, International Programmes Manager at APHEDA - Union Aid Abroad Head to www.3cr.org.au/hometime-tuesday for full access to links and previous podcasts.