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World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.

World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.
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South Melbourne, Australia

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World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.

Language:

English

Contact:

SBS Radio Sydney Locked Bag 028 Crows Nest NSW 1585 Australia 02) 9430 2828


Episodes

What's on your office walls? The startup leasing artwork to businesses

11/24/2017
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Two immigrant brothers from Jordan are helping aspiring entrepreneurs to create their own profitable businesses. One of their clients has developed a businesss that brings art to sometimes staid environments.

Duration: 00:03:51


Teenage singer from Melbourne wants to conquer Junior Eurovision

11/23/2017
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A 13 year old girl from Victoria will take to the world's biggest stage this Sunday to represent Australia at this year's Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Isabella Clarke, who made her singing debut four years ago, will compete in the competition in Georgia this weekend.

Duration: 00:02:20


Calls for better understanding of energy market amid high consumer prices

11/23/2017
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As the Council of Australian Governments met to discuss reliable and affordable energy, a major charity has highlighted the difficulties Australians experience in trying to understand the market and its high power prices.

Duration: 00:03:15


China rebukes Australia over 'irresponsible' remarks on South China Sea issue

11/23/2017
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China has responded to the Australian Government's newly released foreign policy White Paper, calling it "irresponsible".

Duration: 00:03:29


Weekend Sport Preview

11/23/2017
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With the start of the Ashes cricket series between England and Australia in Brisbane, this weekend will be dominated by cricket. And there's also the Matildas taking on China, the Rugby League World Cup and the Australian Open Golf tournament.

Duration: 00:03:09


China's teenage golf prodigy closes in on his ultimate goal

11/23/2017
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Yuxin Lin isn't a name on everyone's lips yet but the 17 year old has broken through to win the Asia Pacific Amateur title in New Zealand last month. And that victory has opened up golf's biggest doors.

Duration: 00:01:48


Arrests on Manus as police try to clear the detention centre

11/23/2017
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Police in Papua New Guinea have removed some of the men who have been refusing to leave the decommissioned detention centre on Manus Island. Iranian refugee and journalist Behrouz Boochani is among those who have been removed.

Duration: 00:02:59


"Dangers and opportunities" in 20 year plan for foreign policy

11/23/2017
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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke of growing dangers and opportunities for Australia as his government releases its 20-year plan for Australia's foreign policy. The Foreign Policy White Paper is the first to be released in more than a decade.

Duration: 00:03:39


Discrimination in the workplace experienced by 1 in 5 Australian workers

11/22/2017
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A survey of Australian workers shows one in five people experience discrimination at work and it's worse for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. But for workplaces that do tackle discrimination, the Diversity Council of Australia's research shows they're being rewarded with better performances.

Duration: 00:03:10


Victoria set to become first Australian state to legalise voluntary euthanasia

11/22/2017
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Victoria is to become the first state in Australia to legalise voluntary assisted dying. The scheme will be in operation by 2019.

Duration: 00:02:34


Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic jailed for life over war genocide

11/22/2017
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Former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic has been given a life sentence by United Nations judges, after finding him guilty of genocide and war crimes in the brutal Balkans conflicts over two decades ago.

Duration: 00:05:02


Canada's women's rugby league team realising dreams at World Cup

11/22/2017
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For many players in Canada's Women's Rugby League team, just being at the World Cup is a dream come true. And they've already made history by beating Papua New Guinea in their second match at the tournament.

Duration: 00:02:51


Socceroos search for Ange Postecoglou's successor

11/22/2017
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The FFA is now looking both locally and internationally for the best option to lead Australia to the World Cup, after the resignation of Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou.

Duration: 00:02:27


Refugee advocate awarded top business prize

11/22/2017
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A refugee advocate has been awarded a top business prize for her work helping new arrivals get jobs and resettle in Australia.

Duration: 00:02:36


Japan, Australia exchange historical war files

11/22/2017
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After more than 70 years, Australia has agreed to return thousands of Japanese documents seized during World War Two.

Duration: 00:02:55


Remote APY community welcomes mobile coverage

11/21/2017
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One of the most remote communities in the country has welcomed mobile phone coverage for the first time. It's hoped the added connectivity will help boost access to services. South Australia Correspondent Rhiannon Elston's trip to Amata for this story was partially supported by Telstra.

Duration: 00:03:21


Ruddock to lead religious protections review

11/21/2017
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Freedom of religion is to be examined, with a former government minister appointed to oversee a review of the nation's protections and rights.

Duration: 00:04:11


Celebrations in Zimbabwe as Robert Mugabe finally steps down

11/21/2017
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Robert Mugabe has resigned as Zimbabwe's president after 37 years after the country's parliament began impeachment proceedings against the 93-year-old.

Duration: 00:03:39


Calls for age of criminal responsibility to be raised

11/21/2017
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Lawyers, doctors and human rights experts from across Australia are calling to raise the age to which children can be held criminally liable.

Duration: 00:04:04


Australia's Zimbabweans wait for change after Mugabe steps down

11/21/2017
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Living half a world away from the unfolding political events in Zimbabwe doesn't make it any less personal for 24 year old Kuda Mangoma. His father, Elton Mangoma, is a former cabinet minister of the opposition MDC party, and was caught up in the violent 2008 presidential election. While Kuda moved to Australia in 2009 as a teenager, he told SBS reporter, Aileen Phillips, he's nervously watching developments in his former home country.

Duration: 00:04:10

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