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Avi Nesher on his new film 'Past Life,' justice, truth, memory and reconciliation

September 22, 2016
| Avi and I talked about his brilliant and beautiful new film "Past Life," and letting go, about justice, pessimism and why he believes we need to "let life take over."
Length: 30:14 minutes (20.76 MB)
Asia Pacific Currents

Migrant powerline workers in Australia left unprotected by Thiess and the courts

July 29, 2016
| Labour updates of workers struggles in the Asia-Pacific region, and the struggle by the ETU to organize and protect migrant workers in Melbourne, Australia.
Length: 31:34 minutes (14.46 MB)
July 14, 2016 |
Over the weekend, 130 young workers came together to take action and fight for a better, socially just world.
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Twin cases of Brock Turner and Jasmine Richards expose deep inequalities of U.S. justice system

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Asia Pacific Currents

The unfinished business of Aboriginal justice in Australia

June 6, 2016
| Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and interview with Celeste Little on the ongoing campaign for justice for Aboriginal people in Australia.
Length: 30:32 minutes (13.98 MB)

Migrant workers deserve better

Last week the CBC reported on the case of Sheldon McKenzie, a farm worker from Jamaica who had been coming to Ontario for 12 years for seasonal work at farms.  Last year he was injured at work and, according to the CBC article, "the program that brought him to Canada stripped him of his labour rights after he was hurt, then tried to cut off his access to health care."  He died because of the injuries.

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Sexual Assault
| March 28, 2016
WINGS

South African women and tribal courts

March 22, 2016
| Victorious struggle against an ill-conceived bill.
Length: 29:07 minutes (40 MB)
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Feminist fandom

December 8, 2015
| From the Supreme Court to gaming, all is grist for fandom.
Length: 29:19 minutes (40.27 MB)

Here's how you can help eliminate the overrepresentation of Indigenous youth in custody

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