This episode produced by journalism students at Deakin University in Melbourne hears from people who are taking a stand to help others and, in some cases, themselves.
We talk to people working on the ground to stop the trade of human trafficking in south-east Asia.
We hear from the victims of online dating scams and their advice on how to avoid the traps.
We also learn about the challenges and successes of people who live with Tourette Syndrome – a neurological disorder that affects one-in-100 children in Australia.
And there are the ways people are finding their voice to make a statement about fashion, politics, social issues and – in the case of social media influencers – themselves.
Hosts: Curtis Baines and Georgia Dunne
‘Stop The Traffick’ – Reporter: Krsytle Richardson
‘Behind The Screens’ – Reporter: Jessica Fisher
‘The Fashion Statement’ – Reporter: Brandon Davis
‘Living With Tourette Syndrome’ – Reporter: Benjamin Filosi
‘Don’t Fall For It: Online Dating Scams’ – Reporter: Cal Dolan
Audio editor: Christopher Scanlon
Executive Producer: Alison McAdam
More stories from Deakin University:
'There Is Only The Unknown Ahead' - GetMusic
‘Aquatic City Vanished’ – Bryan Teoh
'Dreams’ - Bensound
‘Dance’ - Bensound
‘Infinite Peace’ – Kevin MacLeod
‘Signs To Nowhere’ – Shane Ivers
‘Depth Of Focus’ – Shane Ivers
‘Opening Move’ – Shane Ivers
'Wake Up' - vitaminsound