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May 25, 2021 • 15m 43s

The government's war on charities

The Morrison government is contemplating new laws which could see charities held responsible for minor legal breaches by their members and supporters. The sector says the changes are an attempt to stifle protest. Today, Mike Seccombe on why the government is targeting charities, and what the changes could mean.

Apr 13, 2020 • 17m 27s

Spotlight: Badiucao, Chinese dissident

Months before the latest protests in Hong Kong, the Chinese government shut down an art exhibition by Chinese-Australian dissident Badiucao. This is his story.

Nov 12, 2019 • 15m03s

Morrison’s darkest speech yet

Scott Morrison’s speech to the Queensland Resources Council has been called a defining moment in his leadership. Mike Seccombe on what it says about his “ordinary bloke” mask.

Sep 2, 2019 • 17m54s

Badiucao, Chinese dissident

Months before the latest protests in Hong Kong, the Chinese government shut down an art exhibition by Chinese-Australian dissident Badiucao. This is his story.

Jul 15, 2019 • 17m38s

The extinction rebellion

Extinction Rebellion is not focusing on one project; it’s focusing on the system as a whole. And change can come from just a small segment of society participating in sustained non-compliance.

Jun 26, 2019 • 17m04s

Protest in Hong Kong

As millions protest on the streets of Hong Kong, the democratic freedoms promised in the handover to China are being tested.

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577: How Australia could wreck the Glasgow climate summit