Anne-lise and Ani talk about community & individual responses to harm, transformative justice, accountability, safety, support and healing, within and challenging dominator culture.

In episode 10 of Radio A & A we explored the role of shame in journeys of accountability. We talked about how shame can both support and get in the way of change.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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Becoming Ethical: A Parallel, Political Journey with Men Who Have Abused - Alan Jenkins
Thwarting Shame: Feminist engagement in narrative groupwork with men recruited to patriarchal dominance in relationship - Kylie Dowse


In this Valentine’s Day episode of Radio A & A we explored love and romance within dominator culture, how and where we learn about love and what these big ideas have meant for us, our lives, and the world we live in.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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All about love - bell hooks
To abolish the family - ME O'Brien
Success Stories podcast series


In the eighth episode of Radio A & A we interviewed Julia Rose Bak about disability justice and the Disability Justice Network.Julia Rose Bak is a queer, Maori-Polish writer, survivor, abolitionist and organiser based in Narrm. Their writing centres on their experiences growing up with chronic illness, as well as wider themes of care, access, collective liberation, sustainable organising & movement-building, and abolitionism.The Disability Justice Network is led by and for multiply-marginalised disabled people across so-called Australia, with our work and care grounded in disability justice.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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The Disability Justice Network mutual aid fund can be found here


In the seventh episode of Radio A and A we explored our learnings and thoughts on transformative justice informed community responses to harm.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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In the sixth episode of Radio A & A we interviewed Scott Mills about ethics, frameworks and approaches when working with men who use family and intimate partner violence.Scott has worked in a number of roles working with men who cause harm including practice leadership, training, supervision, coordination, case management and facilitation. He has degrees that have supported his understanding of family violence and continues to be interested in exploring how we position ourselves in our work.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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In the fifth episode of Radio A and A, voices from the inside we interview people who are incarcerated or previously incarcerated. In this episode we interviewed Damien Linnane about ethics of solidarity when working alongside people in prison.Damien Linnane was sentenced to two years imprisonment in late 2015 for crimes that were described as an act of vigilantism. He wrote a crime novel, Scarred, in custody, and has had several articles on the prison system published since his release. He is the host of the podcast Broken Chains, which focuses on the experiences of the incarcerated and prison conditions, and is the editor of Paper Chained, a writing and art journal posted to inmates worldwide. A self taught prison artist, he is also the illustrator of the book This Is Ear Hustle. Damien holds a masters degree in Information Studies and works primarily as an archivist.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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Support Damien’s projects here:
Damien's website
Damien's instagram
Damien's art instagram
Damien's online art exhibition
Paper Chained
Bobby's Instagram


In the fourth episode of Radio A & A we interviewed Jill Faulkner about ethics and frameworks when supporting women survivors of violence in heteronormative relationships.Jill is a therapist/activist, consultant, researcher, community practice worker, supervisor, social justice storyteller and person committed to sharing knowledges. Her work is shaped by the many voices of individuals, families and communities that have generously shared their lives and the many folks she has worked alongside that have shouldered her up and held her in practices of dignity and accountability.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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In the third episode of Radio A & A we interviewed Boe Spearim about frontier war stories and Aboriginal responses to conflict and harm pre-colonisation.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcast.Listen on spotify here
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In the second episode of Radio A & A we interviewed Aunty Lisa, Keith and Iris about the Incarcerated trans and gender diverse community support fund, the prison industrial complex, abolition and solidarity with trans and gender diverse people inside prison.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcastListen on spotify here
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In the first episode of Radio A & A we explored different definitions of family/intimate partner violence and what this has meant for us in responding to harm, entitlement thinking and dominator culture, as well as our thoughts on the criminalisation of coercive control.Click here or on the image above to listen to the podcastListen on spotify here
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Broadcasted on 3CR 855am community radio on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people.