I talk to the founder of Blak Business, Wiradjuri woman Olivia Williams about indigenous perspectives of January 26, how non-indigenous people can be better allies and OIivia provides advice on how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can prevent burn-out during times of significance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Danielle talks about how to connect with anyone in a micro-moment and how our day-to-day interactions make a difference. She shares the research on asking for and giving help, and the discomfort of new conversations.
I talk with Dr. Carly Copolov about her work with refugee women, she debunks some common myths about refugees and asylum seekers, and shares tips on how to connect with people across cultures.
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In this episode Lynne and I talk about how the research behind mindfulness, empathy and compassion helps communities, organisations, and us as individuals. To find out more about the Mindful Futures Network or if you are a researcher contributing to the area within your community, visit australia21.org.au and enter the Mindful Futures Network page.
Tania and I talk about innovative therapies for mental health, resilience, and creativity and how to keep our voices strong and creative during tough times.
You can find Tania's work by visiting the Creativity Australia’s With One Voice programs website, watching her TEDtalk,learning more about innovative therapies at Mind Medicine Australia and registering for or learning more about the International Summit on Psychedelic-Assisted Therapies in the treatment of Mental Illness. The Summit will be held at the Sofitel Melbourne from 18-19 November 2020.
Jenny and I talk about how science impacts daily life and how we can have important conversations and share our perspectives about science and technical issues in a way that brings people to the table.
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