Listen to Arrest warrants for Israel and Hamas, why it's unfair to blame the housing crisis on migration, falling Indigenous participation in footy and Bumpy’s busy year01:03:1427 May 2024

Dylan is joined by Andrea Furger, Graduate Researcher in International Law at The University of Melbourne and former member of staff at the International Criminal Court, to discuss the ICC Chief Prosecutor’s arrest warrant application for members of both the Israeli government and Hamas, and how the US government likes to pick and choose when it supports the work of the ICC. (0:55)

Peter Mares, independent writer and researcher and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at Monash University, cuts through the spin in the federal Opposition's attempt to link the housing crisis with migration. (13:34)

Prof John Evans, Wiradjuri man and Pro Vice-Chancellor of Indigenous Engagement at Swinburne University, looks at what’s behind the drop-off in numbers of Indigenous players in the AFL and what can be done to support Indigenous participation and pathways to senior roles in football, as analysed in his recent piece for The Age. (33:57)

Plus, award-winning Noongar artist and Triple R broadcaster Bumpy drops in to chat about her big year of touring and delivering workshops around the country ahead of her upcoming gigs including a debut appearance at the Sydney Opera House for Vivid LIVE on May 31. (44:13)

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