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Zahra Stardust
Thinking Justice
Thinking Justice explores cross-cutting issues in criminalisation, law reform, and social justice. Join activists, academics and critical thinkers sharing their latest thought-provoking ideas about the past, the future and the limits of the law.
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4.9 stars from 17 ratings
Thoughtful, informed & current
These are excellent conversations. In an era where dialogue is reduced to easy soundbites and simplified polarisations this is an interesting opportunity for deeper investigation. Thanks very much for these offerings.
alaskanbeastie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/06/20
Still such a long way to go
Thanks for this insight, sadly we still have such a long way to go. Keep up the great work!
shane ave via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/08/19
Informative and fascinating
In this interview you not only get informed by the answers but by the questions too. It felt like reading the latest academic journal by the coolest minds in queer theory whilst eyebrow-raising at the history of criminalising sexualities.
Christine Oz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/07/19
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