‘If not us, who? If not now, when?’My name is Zoe Daniel, and I am your community-backed independent candidate for Goldstein in the forthcoming federal election...
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Australia's Youth Mental Health Crisis
Welcome to Find Your Voice with Zoe Daniel.In this episode, Zoe Daniel MP leads a focused collaboration on the escalating youth mental health crisis in Australia with a panel of distinguished guests including Professor Patrick McGorry, Executive Director of Orygen; Andrew Wallace MP, the Member for Fisher; and Dr Mike Freelander MP, revered paediatrician and Member for Macarthur. Against the backdrop of the alarming surge in mental health conditions among young individuals, this conversation navigates the complexities and causes of this growing crisis, the necessity for comprehensive reforms, including enhanced primary and specialized care, and the crucial need to streamline efforts for the betterment of Australia's youth mental well-being.Panellists include:Professor Patrick McGorry, the Executive Director of Orygen and Professor of Youth Mental Health at the University of Melbourne. Professor McGorry is a world-leading researcher in the area of early psychosis and youth mental health. Notably, he led the advocacy which resulted in the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, known today as Headspace.Andrew Wallace MP, the Federal Member for Fisher. Andrew is passionate about improving mental health outcomes, with a particular focus on youth mental health, suicide prevention, eating disorder treatment and veteran and first-responder wellbeing.Dr Mike Freelander MP, the Federal Member for Macarthur. Dr. Freelander has consistently championed the welfare of our youth, ensuring they receive optimal opportunities for a promising future with a career spanning 37 years as a dedicated pediatrician in Campbelltown. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Andrew Leigh MP
Join Zoe Daniel MP as she discusses the state of social connections in Australia with Andrew Leigh MP, economist, author and Assistant Minister for Competition, Charities, and Treasury. They explore the decline of social connectivity, the role of philanthropy in fostering inclusivity, and necessary reforms to enhance philanthropic giving. See Andrew Leigh's books, Disconnected, which explores the decline in various forms of social connection, including family ties, civic participation, and neighbourhood relationships, Battlers and Billionaires, which unpacks income inequality in Australia, and Reconnected, which examines the disconnect in communities and looking at how to rebuild social connections, including philanthropy, argues that while government and policy enhance community connectivity and inclusiveness, individual and corporate acts of generosity also have a crucial part to play. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Housing Crisis – How do we increase supply?
Welcome to our podcast, where we confront Australia's pressing housing crisis head-on. This issue, having multiple complex roots, demands urgent attention as it lies at the heart of our nation's prosperity and well-being.In this episode, we host a unique panel discussion involving experts deeply involved in efforts to address the housing deficit and increase the supply of homes. Our discussion will navigate through the intricacies of housing cost, supply, funding, and planning, acknowledging the severity of the current and projected demands for social and affordable housing.Join us as we welcome three accomplished panellists:Mary Delahunty, Founder of Seven Advisory, provides an institutional and international investor perspective. With over 15 years in senior roles in financial services and former Head of Impact for HESTA, she is a fervent advocate for authentic progressive capital and social and affordable housing.Robert Pradolin, Founder and Director of Housing All Australians, offers his expertise from over 35 years in the property industry. Rob has pivoted his career from corporate property to a not-for-profit initiative to tackle Australia's housing crisis.Ludwina Dautovic, CEO of The Room Xchange, shares her ground-breaking approach to addressing the immediate need for housing. Ludwina's verified house-sharing platform, The Room Xchange, offers a novel solution to increasing housing supply immediately.Join us in this crucial conversation as we explore potential solutions, learn from experts, and discuss how, as a society, we can collaboratively work towards alleviating the housing crisis.Resources and links:Seven Advisory https://www.sevenadvisory.com.au/Housing All Australians: https://housingallaustralians.org.au/The Room Xchange https://theroomxchange.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Mary Crooks AO
On today’s podcast, I am delighted to be joined by Mary Crooks - AO. Mary is the Executive Director of the Victorian Women’s Trust. For those that might not know, the Victorian Women’s Trust was established in 1985 in support of advocacy work of three high impact areas: economic security, health and safety, and equal representation. Helping to create change in these areas is key to achieving true gender equality and an equal future for all.Mary designed and led ground-breaking community engagement initiatives, such as the Purple Sage Project and Our Watermark Australia, an exceptional example of a nationwide, community engagement project based around issues of water sustainability and the conversational model of ‘Kitchen Table Conversations’ as a key part of community engagement. In June 2012, Mary was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia, for her distinguished services to public policy and advocacy for the advancement of women. That same year, Mary authored A Switch In Time – Restoring Respect to Australian Politics which has been distributed widely across Australia.This year, all Australians will be asked to vote in a referendum to enshrine a First Nations Voice to Parliament in our national constitution. Today, we are speaking to Mary about her involvement in the Kitchen Table Conversation Model, and in particular, the ‘Together, Yes’ movement as part of the nationwide recruitment of conversation hosts. Resources: Victorian Womens Trust https://www.vwt.org.au/Together Yes https://togetheryes.com.au/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
My guest is Tim Forcey, an engineer who advises households on what can be done to improve home comfort and energy use as well as reduce our energy bills. Tim has helped over 1,000 Melbourne homes decide what they can do, in what order and what priority.On this episode, we will be discussing home energy and how we can make our households more efficient and also reduce our emissions. ResourcesFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MyEfficientElectricHome/members/ A subsidy from the Vic gov for reverse-cycle air cons. For landlords to make the switch.https://www.premier.vic.gov.au/saving-renters-money-and-creating-more-comfortable-homesMinimum performance standards… which can lead to air cons being installed to replace gas heaters.https://www.iea.org/policies/13428-victorian-minimum-heating-rental-standardsArticlesHow to cut your energy bills https://theconversation.com/22-ways-to-cut-your-energy-bills-before-spending-on-solar-panels-60847 Don’t hate the home you just bought https://thefifthestate.com.au/columns/spinifex/dont-hate-the-energy-guzzling-old-home-you-just-bought-fixes-are-in-reach/Tim Forcey Website http://timforcey.com.au/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
‘If not us, who? If not now, when?’My name is Zoe Daniel, and I am your community-backed independent candidate for Goldstein in the forthcoming federal election in 2022.In nearly 30 years of reporting, I’ve covered natural disasters, conflict, economics and politics, and all manner of news around the world. I’ve seen first-hand the impact of climate change in the Arctic, and I’ve covered floods, typhoons, and bushfires across four continents, including Australia. I have waited, like many, for our governments to develop costed and structured strategies to safeguard our community and economy, to innovate, and to embrace the immense business and job opportunities that a renewable climate economy presents. In short, to lead.I’ve found my voice., and I am stepping up to the table. I invite you to join this movement and allow me to represent you in Federal Parliament. Your Voice is Your Vote, and we should no longer be taken for granted. The next parliament is critical to the future of our children, our environment, our economy, and our planet now and for generations to come.Let’s make our kids proud of us. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.