Episodes

22 episodes
  • Feb 6 2022

    Through ten captivating episodes, There’s No Place Like Home pulls back the curtain to reveal the nature and impact of domestic and family violence in Australia. Told in survivors’ own words, each episode tells the story of ten extraordinary people who generously share their most intimate thoughts, feelings, and experiences with you.

    There’s No Place Like Home is hosted by Tarang Chawla, whose sister Nikita was killed by her partner in 2015. Tarang brings his lived experience, empathy and understanding to the fore as he presents an unflinching assessment of the current situation and explores the possible solutions.

    This is a podcast by Future Women, made in collaboration with CommBank, which is supporting long-term financial independence for victim-survivors through CommBank Next Chapter.

    There’s No Place Like Home drops 22 February 2022. Subscribe now.

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    • More information on Commbank’s Next Chapter
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    Content note: This podcast includes descriptions of family violence and may be upsetting to some listeners. If you have experienced or are at risk of domestic and family violence and/or sexual assault, you can call the national counselling service 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). In an emergency, or if you are not feeling safe, always call the police on 000.

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    3 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    How much superannuation do you have? How much have you got in the bank for retirement? How much do you plan to put away in the future, be it over the next two, ten or thirty years? This stuff matters. It’s critical you take an interest in it before retiring. In fact, the earlier you get serious about your super, the better life you’ll live after 65.

    • Host @jamilarizvi
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    25 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    Have you heard of The Great Resignation? Apparently, we're in it. Community Content Coordinator, Madison Howarth describes the current job market before  Jamila tackles how to prepare, what to apply for and what helps you stand out for the right reasons.

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @_madihowarth
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    24 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    There is nothing quite like pregnancy and birth to bring on all the emotions. You might be elated, you might be concerned, you might be upset, you might be excited but regardless of what else comes, there is always – at least – a tinge of fear. Jamila dives into starting a family, how it impacts your work and how to manage those challenges.  

    Plus, Programs and Website Director Bojana Kos outlines how Future Women's exciting new Jobs Academy is helping women who are struggling to find work, balance work with caring responsibilities or want new work.

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @bojanagram
    • Find out more about Future Women's Jobs Academy
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    28 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    Stepping up to a management role for the first time can be daunting and overwhelming. Jamila speaks to experts and leaders to for surprising tips on being a better leader and suggestions on taming that inner voice who whispers “you’re not good enough”. 

    Plus, a special introduction from Programs and Website Director Bojana Kos, who outlines the benefits of women in leadership and how the management gender gap is tracking.

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @bojanagram
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    24 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    Do you have a work wife? Someone who has your back in the office, is always up for a sneaky flat white at 3pm and whom without work would simply be unbearable?

    Future Women's Senior Content Director Sally Spicer explores how the pandemic has changed our relationships before Jamila tackles workplace friendships, why they matter and how they might actually make you better at your job. 

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @sallyspiciest
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    19 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    Community Content Coordinator, Madison Howarth brings you some new research on gender and pay rises. Spoiler: women are asking just as often as men!

    The dirty business of money has never been the stuff of polite conversation and women especially tend to report that they feel funny talking about it… But today Jamila is asking you to change all that.   

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @_madihowarth
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    21 mins
  • Dec 17 2021

    This summer, we're revisiting our first ever podcast: re-releasing each episode with an updated introduction from a member of the Future Women team.

    Question: How many blokes does it take to organise a birthday cake and card for a beloved colleague? Answer: None. Kara already has it covered because she ‘remembers that sort of thing’.

    Community Director Julia Lenton reflects on how the pandemic has impacted the gender divide at work and at home before Jamila talks office housework, emotional labour and why it might be time for you to retire.

    • Host @jamilarizvi
    • Introduction by @julialenton
    • Get your copy of our latest book Work. Love. Body.
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    18 mins
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