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You’ve seen the headlines, now hear the Full Story. Every weekday, join Guardian journalists for a deeper understanding of the news in Australia and beyond. Subscribe for free on  Apple Podcasts,  Google Podcasts,  Spotify or any other podcasting app

    How Isaiah survived Australia's juvenile justice system

    How Isaiah survived Australia's juvenile justice system

    As a kid, Isaiah couldn’t escape the police. He went on to spend his teenage years in and out of youth detention. Now this young Dunghutti man is trying to change how our justice system treats Indigenous children

    • 37 min
    The Indigenous family fighting back against a legacy of police brutality

    The Indigenous family fighting back against a legacy of police brutality

    Thirra was six when he was taken from his family and 18 when a police van knocked him off his feet after a beating. Now he tells his story to Laura Murphy-Oates. After seeing footage of his son’s treatment at the hands of a New South Wales officer he speaks about the cycle of police brutality he’s spent his life trying to escape – and the despair he felt seeing his children treated the same way.

    • 39 min
    Lenore Taylor on why truth, facts and journalism are more important to democracy than ever

    Lenore Taylor on why truth, facts and journalism are more important to democracy than ever

    In 2020 the media was faced with the dual challenge of covering a pandemic and an avalanche of misinformation. In this episode of Full Story, Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor discusses how Australia’s response compared with other countries and the challenges ahead for journalism

    • 27 min
    Joëlle Gergis on mourning and making sense of what we have lost on the frontlines of the climate crisis

    Joëlle Gergis on mourning and making sense of what we have lost on the frontlines of the climate crisis

    Climate scientist and writer Joëlle Gergis speaks about the incalculable loss already suffered due to climate change and why the only way forward is to acknowledge the grief rather than ignore it

    • 23 min
    Jennifer Mills on how pandemic solidarity can help us tackle climate change and inequality

    Jennifer Mills on how pandemic solidarity can help us tackle climate change and inequality

    Author Jennifer Mills reflects on how the idea of breath ties together the three crises of 2020: the climate crisis, racial injustice and the pandemic. She compares Australia’s ‘gas-led recovery’ plan to Europe’s willingness to embrace solutions to the climate emergency as part of its economic recovery

    • 17 min
    Gabrielle Chan on the challenges and opportunities in Australian food production

    Gabrielle Chan on the challenges and opportunities in Australian food production

    Journalist and author Gabrielle Chan examines the weaknesses in global supply chains and how we can learn from small businesses that helped to fill gaps that were exposed by the Covid-19 pandemic

    • 23 min

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