Writer, feminist, sociologist, social commentator, activist and postage stamp honouree Eva Cox AO is a remarkable person. A Jewish refugee child, Eva has always been something of an outsider, agitating for change and asking tough questions her entire life.
In this wide-ranging, educational discussion, Eva sums up the philosophy of neoliberalism and argues the case for social capital. We discuss feminism, Islam, the shortcomings of the same-sex marriage movement, identity politics and the Universal Basic Income. I was inspired and educated by this chat; I hope you like it as much as I did.
Problematic is on at the Brisbane Comedy Festival this week
It's also heading to Melbourne & Sydney
Boundless Plains To Share is on this weekend in Brisbane
It's coming to Melbourne for 1 show only
Stand Up For Mehdi at MICF 2017
My piece on the abolition of QLD's "gay panic" law
Bring on the feminist revolution! by Eva on medium.com
Eva's Wisdom of the Ages piece for The Guardian: Dare To Be Difficult
Article: It's time to harness angry feminist energy and inject it into welfare policy
A profile on Eva in The Saturday Paper
Eva on The Conversation
Cause of the Week: FIND CAUSES AND IDEAS THAT ARE OPTIMISTIC OR THINK THEM UP YOURSELF