Dark Data: Christopher Wylie & Andrei Soldatov - Antidote 2019
In 2018, data scientist Christopher Wylie released a cache of documents that revealed the illegal practice of harvesting data to target certain people and influence political opinion. He witnessed firsthand how culture, information and algorithms were being weaponized by militaries, governments a...
Pop & Politics in Hong Kong: Denise Ho - Antidote 2019
LGBTQI activist, and Cantopop singer, Denise Ho has become a prominent figure in Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution. In this exhilarating conversation, she talks about what's happening in Hong Kong, and resistance to state control. Hosted by Zing Tsjeng.
From Diplomat To Defector: Thae Yong-ho - Antidote 2019
Thae Yong-ho is one of the highest-ranking officials to defect from North Korea. What can he tell us about the secrets and lies of one of the world's most repressive regimes? Recorded at ANTIDOTE 2019 this episode features Thae Yong-ho & Anna Fifield and is hosted by Peter Hartcher.
Western countries are seeing a resurgence in xenophobic populism, where national identities are constructed around fear of outsiders. In a world obsessed with borders, how do we define ourselves? Irish writer Fintan O'Toole, Goorie writer Melissa Lucashenko and American historian Deborah Lipstadt...
In a world of polarised politics, how do we have difficult conversations; and what are the responsibilities of those with a public platform? Recorded at ANTIDOTE 2019, this panel discussion features Sisonke Msimang, Lina Attalah and Bruce Shapiro, and is hosted by David Speers.
How should journalists present the climate emergency?
In this session from Antidote 2019, Kerry O'Brien hosts an exploration into the urgent ethics of climate journalism with editor and publisher Kyle Pope, scientist Tim Flannery, TV news anchor Desi Anwar & author and activist Anna Rose.