Develop a better understanding of the asylum seekers who now call Australia home, as refugees discuss their new lives Down Under.
A timely and emotionally powerful documentary that examines the stories of refugee traumatic pasts through the power of drama.
So far on the journey, the travellers have had their views confronted and their emotions pushed to the limit, but the travellers are about to face their biggest test yet. Heading south to Calgary, the group hit the front lines to experience life on the streets, getting a glimpse into the humanity of both those working to help and those struggling with their circumstances.
This is an edgy, searing portrait of an ex-gang member trying to make his peace with his past.
The empowering story of Rodney 'Geeyo' Poucette's struggle against the prejudice in the Indigenous community as a two-spirited person.
The group arrives in Muskrat Dam, one of several fly-in reserves in Northern Ontario. Most Canadians do not understand why people continue to live in remote places like this one. Their stay will open the group's eyes about why relocating isn't an option for the families whose families have been here for generations. They will also hear about the impact of the legacy of residential schools, including a firsthand story of a man who watched his younger brother be taken away in a plane, before having the same happen to himself.
The six travellers begin their journey in the heart of Canada - Winnipeg, Manitoba. Here they meet prominent Indigenous activist Michael Redhead Champagne, who sheds some light on the journey ahead. He outlines their upcoming work alongside two community driven movements - the Bear Clan patrol, which works to keep Winnipeg's notorious North End streets safe, and Drag the Red, which takes on the sobering task helping to solve cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women by searching the river, and the riverbank, for remains or other evidence.
Discover how things have changed for the Gujral family over time. Marriage is a whole different concept to when Manjit and his wife were married, arranged marriages and not the way things work now.
Michael meets with the Assyrians of Fairfield, a people without a nation that have made a new homeland in the suburbs of Western Sydney.
Sydney businessman Lance Innes sets out to search for the truth about his mysterious father, Al Gorcey, who walked out on his family when Lance was just 18 months old. Lance wants to know: Was his father a spy or simply a conman? Perth journalist Michelle White investigates her mother's hidden criminal past. Having promised her she wouldn't go searching for the truth until after her death, Michelle finally unlocks her mum's secret, discovering why she did time in one of the country's toughest prisons.
Michael looks at the forgotten history of the German-speaking refugees of the Barossa Valley, and their fight to save a language that has been passed down for nearly 200 years.
Michael investigates the impact of decades of regional migration on Katanning, a West Australian town of 4000 and more than 40 different nationalities.
Aussies and Kiwis love to travel but how do we feel when the world comes to us?
Michael meets with the Italian families that overcame racism and WWII internment to become the beating heart of a Far North Queensland town.
Jan Fran travels to Nepal where the impact of tourism has created a trail of garbage all the way to the top of their most famous landmark.
Jan Fran explores one of our top holiday destinations to see if there's more to Bali than beers, bars and Bintang singlets.
Stan Grant shares his experience of growing up as an individual with an Aboriginal background in the 60's and 70's Australia. He is optimistic and hopes for greater representation of the indigenous community within Australia media and politics.
Explores the real people and events behind Helen Garner's groundbreaking debut novel Monkey Grip and the impact it had on Australia's artistic, political and cultural identity.
This short documentary tells the story of Tony Chachai, a young Indigenous man in search of his identity. Moved by the desire to reconnect with his Atikamekw roots, he delivers a touching testimony on the journey that brought him closer to his family and community. On the verge of becoming a father himself, he becomes increasingly aware of the richness of his heritage and celebrates it by dancing in a powwow.
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