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Rules to Reality: how regulation shapes, or fails to shape, our daily lives
Rules to Reality: how regulation shapes, or fails to shape, our daily lives
Simon Katterl

From Rules to Reality is a podcast that highlights how regulation shapes, or fails to shape, our daily lives. Regulation is what... more

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Episodes

#30 Australia's hidden surveillance machine, the Code of Behaviour - with Zaki Haidari and Dr Anthea Vogl

Today I am talking with Zaki Haidari and Dr Anthea Vogl on Australia’s immigration system and the use of the... more

16 Jun 2022 · 51 minutes
#29 Wages, gigs, equality and the neoliberal project - with Josh Bornstein

[Note: Apologies for my audio at times - need a new microphone!]   This episode is recorded from the sovereign lands of... more

05 Jun 2022 · 55 minutes
[Repeat] #5 Law, regulation and the need to respect different ways of knowing and being - with Hon Prof Kevin Bell AM QC

Professor the Honourable Kevin Bell AM QC is the Executive Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Commissioner... more

31 May 2022 · 57 minutes
#28 Lifting the lid on family violence towards children and young people - with April and Shorna Moore

Today is another wonderful episode examining a hidden issue – children and young people as family violence survivors. Often when... more

23 May 2022 · 1 hour,
# 27 Are co-design and nudge theory friends or foes - with Colette Einfeld

A cracker today with Colette Einfeld, an expert in public policy and in particular “nudge policy”. Colette is days away... more

10 May 2022 · 28 minutes
[REPEAT] #8 Robodebt, regulatory capture and an impoverished public sector - with Emeritus Professor Terry Carney

Today I am speaking with Emeritus Professor of Law from the University of Sydney Law School, Terry Carney. If you... more

01 May 2022 · 44 minutes
[Repeat] #6 Family law courts and the mistreatment of women and children - with a/Prof Camilla Nelson

Today I am speaking with Associate Professor Camilla Nelson. Camilla is an expert and writer on gender, law and media... more

26 Apr 2022 · 54 minutes
#26 Putting people and human rights at the heart of public administration - with Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass

Today I speak with Deborah Glass, Victoria’s Ombudsman. The Victorian Ombudsman has led the way in promoting human rights across... more

12 Apr 2022 · 34 minutes
#25 Moving from harmful to helpful regulation for trans and gender diverse folk - with Lee Carnie

I am recording this from the sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri people. First Nations people have been custodians of this... more

30 Mar 2022 · 43 minutes
#24 Ending human rights abuses in Victoria's prisons - with Sarah, Jenny & Monique

In August 2021 the Cultural Review of the Adult Custodial Corrections System commenced. It looked at the culture, experiences, systems... more

27 Mar 2022 · 45 minutes
#23 When it comes to immigration law, governments want “trust us”, not justice – with David Manne

Today’s episode is with David Manne, Executive Director and Principal Solicitor of Refugee Legal, an organisation established in 1998 to... more

13 Mar 2022 · 1 hour,
#22 Australia's failure to protect against gendered hate speech - with Dr Anjalee de Silva

Today, on international women’s day, I am speaking with Dr Anjalee de Silva, a postdoctoral fellow at with the Melbourne... more

07 Mar 2022 · 50 minutes
#21 How power shapes health (in)equity - with Professor Sharon Friel

Today I speak with Professor Sharon Friel. Sharon is an ARC Laureate Fellow, Professor of Health Equity and Director of... more

27 Feb 2022 · 59 minutes
#20 State Capture: causes and solutions - with Scott Ludlam

Today I speak with former Senator Scott Ludlam. Scott Ludlam served as the Senator for Western Australia from 2008 until... more

20 Feb 2022 · 37 minutes
#19 "Vulnerability", rights, and the need to see and hear children and young people - with Liana Buchanan, Commissioner CCYP

I am recording this from the sovereign lands of the Wurundjeri people. First Nations people have been custodians of this... more

13 Feb 2022 · 54 minutes
#18 Now is the time for a Federal ICAC - with Professor George Williams AO

Today I’m talking with Professor George Williams AO. George is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, of Planning and Assurance, Anthony Mason Professor... more

10 Feb 2022 · 20 minutes
#17 Australia's desperate need to reform gambling and political donations laws - with Hon Andrew Wilkie

Today I’m speaking with the Honourable Andrew Wilkie, Independent Member for Clark. Andrew’s concerns with regulation and governance are some... more

06 Feb 2022 · 36 minutes
#16 Human rights, discrimination and street-level justice - with Commissioner Karen Toohey

Today I speak with Karen Toohey, the ACT Discrimination, Health Services and Disability & Community Services Commissioner since 2016. After... more

30 Jan 2022 · 1 hour, 11 minutes
#15 Australia's failure to prevent torture - with Steven Caruana

Today I speak with Steven Caruana. Steven is Coordinator of the Australia OPCAT Network, a coalition of over 200 non-government... more

20 Jan 2022 · 40 minutes
#14 There's no such thing as a free lunch in pharmaceutical advertising - with Dr Lisa Parker

Today I am interviewing Dr Lisa Parker, an Honorary Lecturer in the School of Pharmacy, at the University of Sydney.... more

16 Jan 2022 · 30 minutes
Rules to Reality: how regulation shapes, or fails to shape, our daily lives
#20 State Capture: causes and solutions - with Scott Ludlam
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Today I speak with former Senator Scott Ludlam. Scott Ludlam served as the Senator for Western Australia from 2008 until 2017, advocating... more