Fearless Curious event launch
Eddie Woo on racism, ethnic enclaves and the importance of escaping the echo chamber
For On the Other Hand fans in Sydney, don’t miss our new live event series.
Now you’ll be able to not only hear diverse ideas on controversial issues, but you’ll be able to discuss them with others keen to reclaim our public discourse from The Age of Outrage.
Owen Firth on why international graduates are held back by prejudice - and poor English skills
YouTube mathematics juggernaut Eddie Woo and Ky discuss the ups and downs of Chinese discipline and ethnic enclaves, the problems with news and social media, gender differences and why everyone needs to meet those who are different.
Antoinette Lattouf on media diversity and surviving social media outrage
Graduates worry about their employability at the best of times, but in the case of international students, the road to career success can be particularly bumpy. Yet Gradability's Owen Firth says if recruiters were more honest about what English skills are needed, diversity would be the big winner.
Rebecca Laskary on migrant responsibilities; the case against gender quotas; manipulative women
Ky chats with Antoinette Lattouf, a Network Ten reporter and founder of Media Diversity Australia. Is Australian TV news representative of the wider population? And if it does, should networks make special allowances for some groups ahead of others? Antoinette also talk about copping flak from social media mobs on both sides of the ideological spectrum.
Rebecca Laskary says migrants like herself need to look within themselves if they want to break through. The communications consultant also says the biggest impediment to women's progress in the workplace is other women, and women's ability to manipulate is an unspoken weapon in the corporate world.