Persuasive writing, public speaking, and politics with Nyunggai Warren Mundine.
The B-side with James Barrow
How can you become a more persuasive writer and public speaker, and what are the most powerful ways to convince others to champion your cause?In Episode 24 of the B-side, I speak to Mr Nyunngai Warren Mundine AO. An Australian Aboriginal leader, businessman, political strategist, media commentator, author, and advocate for empowering Aboriginal Australians in building businesses and sustainable economies.He is the author of the bestselling book 'In black+white: Race, Politics and Changing Australia' and an opinion writer for Australia's top newspapers and opinion magazines, and a highly sought-after public speaker and media identity. Warren speaks about growing up as one of eleven children in a poor Catholic family, held together by incredibly hardworking, loving, yet stoic parents. And his amazing journey, from his early life in country NSW being subjected to discrimination and segregation. Then moving to one of the most multicultural suburbs in Australia, Auburn in Sydney. Where he developed a fascination for foreign cultures, overcame his personal hardships, and went on to scale the heights of political power to become National President of the Australian Labor Party and advisor to five prime ministers, both Labor and Liberal. He shares his no-nonsense, plain-speaking approach to writing, public speaking and the importance of focussing on the human effects at the core of the policies he discusses.Warren is one of the most engaging personalities in the Australian political spectrum. And arguably one of the most controversial and influential Aboriginal leaders of our time.He is a truly inspiring and incredibly fascinating man, and I am so thrilled to have been able to have him on the show. It's a cracking episode. I hope you find it as inspiring and enjoyable as I did.CheersYou can buy 'In black+white: Race, Politics and Changing Australia' here.And find Nyunngai Warren Mundine on Linkedin or Twitter.
Warren Mundine | Curtain Call, with Alexandra Marshall #7
The Good Sauce
Go behind the curtain with the stars of the culture wars. In this episode, Warren Mundine.WATCH this interview at https://GoodSauce.news today.If you want a deeper understanding of the issues than is usually offered by the mainstream media, you want The Good Sauce.To make sure you never miss a single Good Sauce video, subscribe to this YouTube channel and click the bell icon (or you won't get notifications).The Good Sauce is fan-funded through monthly and one-time donations. To help keep our videos free and produce more content like this, please consider making a donation: https://GoodSauce.news/support/Do you find the quality of "news" frequently frustrating? Does the "reporting" of political news rarely seem balanced? Sincere discussions on policy ideas is vital to having a healthy democracy. No matter who you normally vote for, we need to be able to consider and understand other perspectives, if only to better refute them.New videos every day.•••••Sign up for our newsletter with the best of The Good Sauce delivered to your inbox once a month: https://GoodSauce.news/subscribe/•••••• Follow The Good Sauce on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoodSauceNews• Follow The Good Sauce on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodSauceNews• Follow The Good Sauce on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/GoodSauceNews•••••LISTEN to The Good Sauce on podcast with Apple, Spotify, Google, SoundCloud or PlayerFM.
This week Shane is joined by an actor and a politician – Anthony LaPaglia and Warren Mundine. The guys had a bit of an online get together to discuss sport, politics, the movie business and more. A cracker of a show! Thank you to our sponsors: Spartan Sports https://www.spartansports.com/ O'Brien Beer https://www.rebellionbrewing.com.au/ The Gin Society https://ginsociety.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Conservative One: Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO on the Left using race relations to create chaos
Conservative One: Defending Traditions and Freedom
In this episode of Conservative One, the podcast defending Traditions and Freedom, host George Christensen (Australian Member of Parliament) talks with indigenous leader Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO about the Left using race relations to bring about anarchy and division. The podcast is now powered by The Good Sauce conservative news site which can be found at goodsauce.newsMore podcast episodes from Conservative One can be found at www.conservativeone.com
17. On Liberty Extra | Warren Mundine | Closing The Gap | Jacinta Price
Centre for Independent Studies
Join us for On Liberty Extra a one-off live webinar hosted by CIS Indigenous program director, Jacinta Nampijinpa Price. In this webinar, Jacinta will speak with Nyunggai Warren Mundine, Chairman and Managing Director of Nyungga Black Group, political strategist and author of recent CIS paper ‘It’s the economy, Stupid; economic participation is the only way to close the gap’.Last week the federal government announced sweeping changes in relation to Closing the gap. In doing so, they have committed to setting unrealistic targets, while also omitting to address any targets for the reduction of violence against Indigenous women and children. In his recent paper: Warren addresses the clear gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. He writes, the gap exists for one reason, and one reason only - many indigenous people do not participate in the economy. The key areas of economic participation are having a job and setting up a business. Both depend on commerce and private enterprise.Watch online and join the conversation with Jacinta as she raises the question how can we develop an indigenous policy toward economic participation? What is required from governments to lessen the gap? And why we have failed time and time again in the protection of our indigenous and most vulnerable?
Is it time we changed the way we refer to First Australians? Indigenous leader Nyunggai Warren Mundine is set to tackle the sensitive matter of racism on Miranda LiveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Black + White is the highly anticipated memoir from one of Australia’s most significant Indigenous leaders. From poverty to the heights of political power, this optimistic and inspirational tale speaks to a changing Australia, answering a big question on everyone’s minds: what’s next?