In an era of political disengagement

and media fragmentation

your story is our strength. 

 

A LABOR VOICE

The Community Action Network is empowering thousands of Victorians to speak up and share their inspiring Labor story online and offline.

 

POD ON THE HILL

Keeping the light on the hill one podcast at a time. Pod On The Hill is the official weekly podcast of Victorian Labor that give voice to our MPs and supporters. Join us every Thursday for an in depth conversation. Available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher and your favourite podcast app.

 

CAN TV 

See how our volunteers are bringing positive change to our communities, one house at a time through CANtv. It’s the Community Action Network YouTube channel for our CAN volunteers.  

 


Now that the dust has settled following the amazing efforts by UK Labour at the June general election, Conrad sits down with Welsh Labour Secretary Louise Magee to debrief on the election result and where to from here for our British Labour cousins.

 

We discuss the enormous task of continuing the legacy of the late Fiona Richardson, Clare’s childhood adjusting from country to city life, her work as a Speech Pathologist, why she loves her Northcote community and the issues that are driving people in the inner-north.

 

On this week's episode Nicola discusses the Marriage Equality Plebiscite with Rainbow Labor members Megan Berry, Sarah Cole and Peter Boyle, how they deal with homophobia and what the plebiscite is doing to their community.

This week Wil Stracke industrial and campaigns officer at Victorian Trades Hall answers all your questions on the marriage equality campaign, the safe schools program and updates us on the campaign to protect penalty rates.

On this week's Australian Science Week special, Conrad talks with NASA Astrobiologist Abigail Allwood, the first Australian and first woman to lead a Mars mission.

This week Conrad talks with former Victorian Premier Steve Bracks about growing up in Ballarat, starting a career in a regional centre, entry into politics, life in opposition, the 1999 election, the importance of reform and even about the future of cycling in Australia.

Stephen Donnelly is joined by Labor's Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen to talk about death threats from councillors, cutting his teeth under Mark Latham’s leadership, his role in the Rudd Government during the Global Financial Crisis and Labor's economic pathway back to government.

On this week's episode Stephen is joined by civil rights organizer and Regional Field Director of the NAACP Kevin Myles to discuss the issues confronting black America, the Obama legacy and fighting back against police violence and political disenfranchisement.

On this week's podcast Stephen Donnelly is joined by leading US based pollster and researcher Anna Greenberg to discuss the role of political polling, who elected Trump, where to for Democrats, gun reform, the Yankees and coffee.