The podcast for young people who want to know more.
BONUS: Saying farewell to the founders of Global Questions W/ Genevieve Marcocci & Emma Fabreguette
Today's episode is a farewell to Genevieve Marcocci and Emma Fabreguette, two of the founding members of Global Questions.
TRAILBLAZER: How to navigate opportunities and create agency W/ Yasmin Poole
Gen talks to Yasmin Poole about how to navigate which graduate, intern and volunteer opportunities are right for you and how to bring agency and impact into the work you complete.
Trailblazers: How to choose the right degree W/ Asher Klein
Emma (She/Her) talks with Asher (He/Him) about how he found his passion in his current degree and the journey of discovering what you actually want vs what others expect of you.
In-Depth: Sharon Hudson-Dean
Sharon is a career US diplomat, currently serving as U.S. Consul-General in Sydney. She discusses the AUS-US relationship and the future of bilateral relations in the COVID-19 age.
IN-DEPTH: How does the Black Lives Matter movement relate to Indigenous Australians? W/ Ama Burkoh & Nayonika Bhattacharya
This week, we are re-sharing Emma's favourite episode - the In-Depth discussion with Ama Burkoh and Nayonika Bhattacharya on the BLM movement and how it relates to Indigenous Australians.
TRAILBLAZER: Exploring opportunities and engaging in global affairs W/ Ryan Attard
Hugh chats to Ryan Attard about engaging in student-led organisations, building real-world knowledge by getting involved in extra-curricular activities, and navigating professional experiences as a law clerk.
IN-DEPTH: What does climate change have to do with the Egypto-Ethiopian Nile dispute and the internationalisation of the Amazon? W/ Anet McClintock & Professor Stephen M. Walt.
Emma and Gen chat with Anet McClintock and Professor Stephen M. Walt on the convergence of conflict and climate change on a global scale.
IN-DEPTH: How is climate change affecting Antarctica? W/ Dr Alessandro Antonello
Josh chats to Dr Alessandro Antonello about climate change, environmental diplomacy and geopolitics in Antarctica.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Yemen famine, News Media Commission & Cancel Culture W/ Josh & Saacha
Gen talks with Joshua Kaye (Global Questions Audio Producer) and Saacha Neilson (Global Questions Marketing Officer) about global news topics that shaped 2020.
IN-DEPTH: What is the significance of South Korea-Australia Relations? W/ Thomas Corben
Emma talks to Thomas Corben about Australia and South Korea's bilateral relationship over the past decade.
Trailblazers: How to start a global impact-driven career? w/ Jacob Thomas
Gen (She/Her) talks with Jacob Thomas (They/Them) about how they started their career path and how it led them into advocacy, equality projects and public speaking.
In-Depth: Ama Burkoh & Nayonika Bhattacharya
Ama and Nayonika delve into the increasing protests against police brutality in the United States, analysing how systematic racism has transpired through American history, and link it back to Australia’s own systematic racism towards Indigenous Australians.
Trailblazers: Zahn Gane
Zahn Gane explores his interest in International Relations and his future career. Zahn speaks about how he never really saw an interest in university until discovering his passion for politics.
BONUS IN-DEPTH: Who is Witness K and why is he being charged with conspiracy? W/ Bernard Collaery
This week, we are re-sharing Gen's favourite episode - the In-Depth discussion with Bernard Collaery on Witness K during our season on security.
IN-DEPTH: How is climate change law paving the way for the future? W/ Paul Govind and Mark McVeigh
Josh chats to Paul Govind and Mark McVeigh on how climate change and the law are increasingly intertwined through both environmental litigation and community-led activism.
IN-DEPTH: How is Islam changing Indonesian politics? W/ Dr Rachel Rinaldo and Dr Dina Afrianty
Gen talks to Dr Rachel Rinaldo and Dr Dina Afrianty about how Islam is shaping Indonesian politics, women's rights and democracy.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: Megxit, Wolf-Warrior Diplomacy & BLM W/ Hugh & Kelly
Emma talks with Hugh Mcfarlane (Global Questions OutReach Officer) and Kelly Phan (YDS Marketing Director) about global news topics that shaped 2020.
IN-DEPTH: Why is the South China Sea such a pivotal region? W/ Professor Rory Medcalf
Gen talks to Professor Rory Medcalf about Australia's maritime security specifically the tensions between the US and China and how Australia will be involved.
Bonus: How to dismantle the Murdoch empire W/ Kevin Rudd
Gen talks to The Honourable Kevin Rudd about the monopoly that is the Murdoch empire, the News Media Bargaining Code and the News Royal Commission petition.
In-Depth: William Clapton
William, senior International Relations lecturer at UNSW, delves into the concept of risk and its centrality to understanding security discourse and practice over the last 20 years.
In-Depth: Bill Birtles
Bill Birtles, ABC's China Correspondent explains the deteriorating Aus-China relationship, the WHO probe into COVID-19 and China's harsh calls to boycott and impose tariffs on Australian imported goods.