In this episode, Caspar speaks with 25 year old community leader Bee Shrestha. Bee is the founder of a social enterprise called Guilty Pleasures, that teaches work skills and provides independent livelihood to trafficked women in Nepal. Bee also runs her own international development company and is an avid public speaker. She hosts public 'Talk Shows' in Nepal and Thailand that aim to break down taboos in social discourse, such as mental health, sex, gender and rape. Produced and edited by Nina Roxburgh with music by Big Gigantic.
Binge Thinking is back with our third episode in collaboration with the Griffith Review: Millennials Strike Back. Kavita Bedford joins Caspar in the binge tank to discuss her piece ‘The Spectator: Something distant called war’. Kavita also binged on her work countering violent extremism in Western Sydney with the Mapping Frictions, and as editor of The Point Magazine. Join Caspar and Kavita as they go on a deep dive, remembering where they were that fateful day, when the war of our generation began. Produced by Nina Roxburgh with Music by Big Gigantic.
This episode is part of a special Binge Thinking series in collaboration with the Brisbane-based literary journal Griffith Review. Their Millennials Strike Back edition was co-edited by Jerath Head features 32 stories from millennial authors on a diverse range of topics. You can find it at Australian bookstores or online at their website.
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